My husband likes using my Tula and my brother loves the Ergo 360 with his son. I think any SSC or even a ring along is much easier for people to get the hang of but SSC is more comfortable at higher weights.
Post by WittyLittle on Jul 8, 2015 13:53:24 GMT -5
we have a tricot slen and DH loves it. In the end he says it's comfort and ease of use over manliness. We tried the chicco and Stokke carriers because they're more manly and look easy but DH hated getting his legs out of the holes.
Post by enigmaticdrscully on Jul 9, 2015 22:12:33 GMT -5
We both used the Beco Gemini when LO was younger. MH is only about an inch taller and 30-35lb heavier than me, so it needed minimal adjusting, but it is supposedly totally adjustable for different body sizes (within reason, of course). I'm looking at a k'tan for LO #2 and it seems to get good reviews but MH and I would need to each buy our own because they are sized based on the wearer.
My husband does a lot of babywearing. We have a moby and even though it took a couple tries to get used to, it works really well since we have a big height difference (5'1 and 6'0) so we'd have to adjust all the time anyway. DH compares the moby to rappelling gear or his flight harness (military pilot) which I think helped him get the hang of it.
We have a Baby Bjorn and an Ergo, and MH uses both of them. He uses the Ergo to front wear our baby and to back carry our 3.5yo when we go hikig. He typically uses the Bjorn if he wants to have the baby facing out since that can't be done in the Ergo.
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