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    I don't particularly like baby wearing as I find it so restrictive but is there any baby sling anyone would recommend that's really comfortable and not restrictive?

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    This would be for bigger babies! 9 months plus up to walking stage.

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    Have you looked to see if there’s a sling club near you?

    There are lots about now where they let you try different slings to see which one suits you best. They show you how to use them and you can often borrow them for a while to try them out before committing to buy one.

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    I wouldn’t dream of using a sling now! My creaky joints would not be 😊 happy.

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