Ergo Baby – Your Back Will Thank You!

April 27, 2007 at 1:19 pm Leave a comment

ergo-zoom-107×173.jpgThe term babywearing is not in the dictionary yet, but it’s on Wikipedia, so it’s probably on it’s way. Babywearing is exactly that, wearing/carrying your baby on you in a sling or carrier. There are tons of slings and carriers to choose from. Varied styles, prices, colors, materials and concepts; many slings or carriers are commercially made and many are handmade. Making the choice of what sling or carrier to purchase for your family is varied among as many people as you would ask. Ask 10 people what their preferred sling or carrier is, and I can almost guarantee you will get at least 8 different answers!

For me, the Ergo Babycarrier was a phenomenal purchase. I was actually perfectly satisfied with our Baby Bjorn, but I did have to admit that it was a little achy on my back. The Ergo is designed to carry your baby in front, on your back, or on your hip (my absolute fav feature). This carrier is on the pricey side, but it washes and wears well, and you may use it from birth (with an insert) to 40 lbs…now that’s a long time!

Ergo Baby Carriers are sold in select retail stores as well as online. More information about babywearing may be found on the NINO web site.

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