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July 18th, 2009, 05:57 PM
dansgirl's Avatar Platinum Supermommy
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How do you like it? Is it easy to nurse in? (private enough?). Did you start out using the infant insert? Can you put your infant in it right away without that?
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July 19th, 2009, 11:43 AM
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For babies under 15lb, you need to use the infant insert with the Ergo carrier. I didn't get mine until Ben was about 4 months old, so I never used the insert and can't comment on what it's like.

I love my Ergo though. It was expensive but worth the money. I've nursed Ben in it very easily and discreetly on quite a few occasions (it comes with a DVD to show you how). I especially like it as a back carrier. I'd definitely recommend the Ergo to anyone with a heavy & wriggly baby, out of the other carriers I have tried (moby wrap, maya wring sling, babasling) it is the most comfortable and I can carry Ben on my back in it for a couple of hours no problem.
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