A couple of months ago we purchased the Ergo Baby 360 carrier after A started chewing the sides of the Solly Baby Wrap making it socking wet within minutes and its been a brilliant buy. I love carrying her around close to me and it has so many advantages over the pram.
In a previous post I mentioned that I was having a few little issues with the buggy we had purchased and said that it might end up not being my only one. The thing that finally pushed me into getting a new one was that when A grew out of the baby nest section of the Silver Cross she would have to face away from me. There was no option to keep the buggy parent facing and I just felt that A was still to small to be looking out into the world and not able to see me.
Before A was born I spent weeks researching different prams and buggy’s, reading reviews, watching You Tube videos and listening to what other parents had to say. There are hundreds of options out there, do you want a traditional pram, a travel system or a from birth buggy. Many of the options don’t come with all the parts that you think you will need and when you start to add these on the price can get very high quite quickly.
I was so excited to finally receive my Solly Baby Wrap in the post the other day. It’s the only thing I felt like a truly needed when I found out I was pregnant. There are many different wraps and baby carriers out there and there were a number of different factors that drew me to the Solly Wrap.