Saturday, August 30, 2014

Ling ling d'amour MT review and giveaway!

Well, I got a very pleasant surprise when I opened this package - Ling Ling Mei tais officially come in two sizes - mid-tai and maxi-tai. The smaller size (eucalyptus green below) is rated up to 15kgs (about 34lbs) and the larger (terracotta) to 20 kgs (45lbs). All pretty standard, but the lovely thing about the smaller size is its amazing adjustability.

Rather than needing to have the waistband rolled or adding another lace/piece of fabric to cinch the base narrower for infants, it's ALL built into the carrier for you.

One toggle across the base will let you narrow it; another located on each side will help you shorten the body, and the carrier can be worn with the headrest up or down.

The maxi tai doesn't feature toggles for cinching but has a generous base which seats Audrey (2y4mo) knee to knee perfectly.

(Although it's not necessary to seat older children knee to knee, it's much more comfortable for the person doing the carrying to have those legs up and around their centre of gravity.) 

Having wrap straps means you can easily widen the seat to support an older child without straps digging into their legs. 

Of course Ling Ling has taken care with their choice of materials; certified organic cotton in a twill weave, which will fluff up nicely with time and use. Basically, you're buying the quality and function of a wrap-conversion carrier for the same price as a wrap. 
Each carrier has a lightly padded waist that's substantial and won't roll; I found the waist straps long enough to cross behind and knot in front, and the wrap straps are my favorite for tensioning well and spreading weight evenly so there's no dig in your shoulders or back. 





I love the design in the mid tai size - it makes this a very versatile carrier for families carrying siblings or wanting a single carrier to remain supportive and ergonomic over several years. The maxi, with it's generous weight limit, is an ideal carrier for toddlers to young children. 

Now, the best bit is that you can enter to win whichever you prefer- would you like a mid or a maxi? Just hit up the widget - good luck!


Please note that I have not been paid to write this review. Any and all opinions expressed are my own. 

235 comments:

  1. My favorite carrier is a soft structured carrier.

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  2. I wanted a maxi (or so I thought) until I read this. Maybe a mid would be perfect since I seem to stop BWing around 3.

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  3. Oh, and I do have a fondness for SSCs -- however the RS is getting a lot of use these days.

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  4. I am learning to use wovens atm but trusting myself to tie the correctly is a big thing. I have always prefered tei's or buckles for that reason :) I would take the maxi because LO is 18 months now :) Donna Smith :)

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  5. My favorite carrier is my Hug A Bub. My son is getting too big for his though and its so sad. We tried Ring Sling, but it doesn't really suit us. We are hoping to have a woven in the next two weeks, hopefully we will get on well with that, but for now, a Hug a Bub is my favorite :)

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  6. My favourite carrier right now is my RS, but I would love to try one of these mei tais. Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  7. At the moment, my favourite is my ring sling as I can pop my baby in quickly to get stuff done and keep him happy

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  8. Where can you purchase the mid tai?

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  9. I couldn't just say one! Different carrier for different weather and occasion… ;-)

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  10. My favorite carrier are a soft structured carrier AND RS (so quick to use for taking my two older children to schoolbus ^^ )

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  11. We are still getting the hang of wearing our 7 week old, Sarah, but we're enjoying it so far!
    I find that I like our thrift-store Baby Bjorn the most, because it is so secure, but her head stability is still lacking, so I get worried for her neck. We just got a Moby in the mail, so we'll give that a try today. I'm pretty sure Mei/Mid-Tai's are going to be my favorite! We tried one on the other day with a 2 year old and it was so comfy!

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  12. For the ne squish my favorite is a WCMT but I prefer an ssc with the toddler and preschooler.

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  13. I only have one mei tie. These carrier alternates between two children; a baby and a toddler. I would love two win one so I could carry both and/or have a carrier suitable for toddlers.

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  14. My favorite right now is wraps, but I would love to add an awesome mei tai to my stash ♡

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  15. My favorite carrier is probably a woven wrap but I would love a mei tai for those days when baby likes to pop his seat!

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  16. Mei tai is my favorite type of carrier.

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  17. Our current favorite/go to is our RS, but this mid-tai would be really great because of its versatility! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  18. I seem to reach for my ring sling the most, but as he's getting bigger I'll need to try some new more supportive options.

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  19. My favorite carrier is a soft structured carrier because it is quick and simple to het on and off.

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  20. At the moment, a ring sling. Never had a chance to try woven. I've had a mobi and I love it. Used generic "book bag" carriers. They are okay. Not 100% secure feeling though.

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  21. Ssc is my go to because of my daughter's love for it. Rs is a no go with my little one. I am dying to try something like this, as I think she may actually enjoy it! Mid tai for sure. These look like awesome carriers!

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  22. Our favorite is usually a ring sling, but my WCMT might be *my* favorite. ;)

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  23. I'm partial to buckle carriers and woven wraps. I would love this mid since it seems a good cross of the two.

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  24. Still trying to figure out a fav. Ring sling and wraps are fun, SSC is fictional.

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  25. Right now my favorite carrier is my ring sling :)

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  26. My WWRS is my go to right now. I'm just getting into wovens to do a high back carry.

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  27. Right now my favorite is an ssc but I have not been able to try a mei tai and would LOVE the chance at this one :)

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  28. My favorite right now is our mei tai with wrap straps.

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  29. I mostly love woven wraps but I would like to try some mei-tai and this one looks amazing! ;)

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  30. My current baby wearing is limited to moby/ergo. I'm hoping to try out a woven and MT with baby #2 who is due in November. Id love to have this eucalyptus one for him!

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  31. I'm slowly finding wrap love but I can't get over how awesome my mei tai is for easy and supportive ups.

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  32. My favourite carrier is a woven wrap, though my partner much prefers a Mei Tei. Though lately I've been using our RS a bit more for quick trips.

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  33. I love my woven wrap but with a big toddler who just HAS to be up now the MT is just better :)

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  34. I am using my Baby B'jorn most these days b/c my 8 month old wants to be held ALL THE TIME and I need a carrier that is quick to put on and not hot to wear. I would love to try a mei tai. It looks like it would be much more comfortable for baby!

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  35. I dont know whats my favorite.. for long hikes I like my manduca. It is easier to stop up and take baby out for a short time, I dont have to wrap up and wrap in :-p

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  36. My favorites are wovens. I love ring slings for quick trips, but usually always reach for a woven. This Mei Tei looks amazing! So exciting!!!

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  37. I love the MID tai. I have a mei tai, which I love now, but it didn't work for when my youngest was tiny. I always felt she would fall out the side ;) This would be perfect with its adjusters... thanks

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  38. My favorite carrier for my little girl is a woven, but prefer a ssc for my big guy :)

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  39. Right now a SSC is best for my toddler

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  40. I am an equal opportunity babywearer, but I would have to say my favorite is a wrap for all the versatility.

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  41. We love wovens but it's too hot in South FL. My husband and I are getting a lot of use out of our Ergo and Mei Tai. I'm in love with the Mid!

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  42. I wish wraps were my favorite, but I use my ssc most. I'd love a great mei tai!

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  43. My favourite is a woven wrap for its adjustability, then a mei tai for how easy it makes it for others to carry my kids too

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  44. Love wraps and then mei tais
    -haven Jeanne peschko

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  45. I love our mei tai but my lo has gotten too big for it. I can still use it, but it gets uncomfortable after long periods of time. I'd love the maxi Tai for just this reason!

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  46. I use an ssc but I would like a ring sling and mai tai to give myself more flexibility an find what bubba likes most

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  47. I can never decide which is my favorite. I love SSC's for their ease of use, I love wraps for their comfort and versatility. I have only tried on a Mei Tai once, but it felt like it combined the best of both worlds. I can't wait to try one for a longer period of time!

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  48. I love mei tai! I never go out without it!!

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  49. For newborns, my favorite carrier is a ring sling. As they grow, I prefer a woven wrap because it really grows with them. But the sling is still nice for a quick up and go.

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  50. I love all my carriers for different reasons!

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  51. Love our mei tai. Would be nice to have another one bc its the only kind my lo likes.

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  52. Soft structured carriers and woven wraps! :)

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  53. I love a good SSC, but also a beautiful woven wrap.

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  54. My favorite carrier so far as been my SSC, mainly because it's all I've owned and it really is comfortable and easy to wear. I have always wanted to try a ring sling and woven wrap though!

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  55. I was always an SSC girl until I got my HB and now I LOVE my HB. Meitais are awesome too ;)

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  56. I really only have experience with woven wraps so they would have to be my favourite!

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  57. I don't have a favorite yet. Im a first time mommy to be. She is due oct 2nd and I plan on carrying. I like the soft cloth wraps better than the ergos with the rough material. It looks more comfy for baby and seems more natural. I cant choose a favorite Ive never used one nor do I own any.

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  58. Love my Mei Tai and I love, love LOVE my Tula! Especially for quick ups or lengthy carries! I would love to try this Maxi Tai....those wide straps look dreamy! Thank you!

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  59. My favorite carrier is a woven wrap, but I love all different carriers for different reasons. :)

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  60. I love a wrap-conversion carrier!

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  61. Ssc are my fave. Want to try a woven and ring sling sometime.

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  62. My favorite carrier is still a wrap but i do love the quickness of a mei tia for our and about sometimes.

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  63. My favorite carrier is a woven wrap, specifically a black hemp Pfau!

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  64. My favorite carrier is my diy wrap but I've not tried anything else!

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  65. I currently have a Moby and a Beco Gemini. The Moby is just too much fabric for the summer heat and although I love that my 2.5 month old sleeps soundly in the Beco, it just doesn't fit my torso correctly. I would be so excited to win a carrier like the mid tai! I love the vibrant color AND the fact that it has the waistband for added back support!

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  66. Looks so comfy! I love my Mei Tai, I'll take the mid when I win please, have a newborn on the way ;)

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  67. I have a ring sling, mei tai, woven, ssc and use then all equally but my favorite is the mei tai!

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  68. Thought I wanted a maxi but after reading this a mid might be better for us. Mei Tai is definitely my preference can't seem to get the hang of ring slings or wraps, do own some ssc for hubby to use!

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  69. My favorite is my woven wrap, I've never tried a Mei tai, but would love to and the MID looks like it would be perfect for my 12lb 5 month old.

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  70. My favourite would be SSC. I've tried ringsling and wrap too, but never get the chance to try a mei tai. Perhaps winning this one would be my first experience with a mei tai? ��

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  71. I think I woyld love the MID tai the best. Ive looked at many others, but I love the way this one adjusts for infants!

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  72. I used a ring sling and a SSC with my first baby. I just had my second, and I'm looking forward to trying some new carries. I love the Mid Tai. The adjustability looks great! I'm also interested in a woven wrap while my baby girl is super small.

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  73. My favorite carrier is a ring sling but I have never tried a mei tai

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  74. Love wovens! Looking into wrap conversions.

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  75. So far a MT has worked best for us. I would love to get a Tula or KP, though.

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  76. I love all carriers. They all have their advantages!

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  77. I love SSCs but I'm dying to try a woven wrap!

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  78. Well, I don't have a favourite type of carrier yet. :) However, the mid tai seems so adjustable, I'm sure I'd love it!

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  79. I love them. I'm excited to try to win maxi tai
    Sylvia M

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  80. No fave yet, new to BWing my 17mo DD :) I have a mei tai which is excellent and I have a ring sling on order :D Hoping to start wrapping my squish due in January too :D So the Mid tai would be perfect for us :D

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  81. My favorite right now is my size 4 wrap or my size 7 for tandem carries. I don't own any kind of ssc so I'm hoping to win :)

    (Amanda Cattani)

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  82. I love my wovens and Olives and Applesauce SSC but would love to try this mt!

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  83. Would love to use a soft shell carrier. I'm only really familiar with stretchy wraps and ring slings, so this is perfect! My 2 up is just over 25 pounds, and I have a 3mo.

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  84. I love my SSC but use a wrap around the house too.

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  85. This mid would be prefect as we are trying for another squish! We could use it for either! Of course, I still have my wraps :)

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  86. I use a beaten up ssc and would love a new one - a tula. But I think my new favorite would be this mei tai anyway because I really want a great mei tai!

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  87. So far I like met this better than other carriers.

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  88. Right now I just have wrap I made and one my friend made, I've never tried a mei tai wrap, but I heard they work awesome for back carrying =)

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  89. My favorite carrier is a wrap.

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  90. I'd love to try a woven wrap but I've gotta say this mid tai looks awesome!

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  91. Our favorite carrier right now is our SB rs. It's so easy to nurse in and fast ups and downs since he is walking now and changes his mind frequently sometimes. Although I think he is starting to get too heavy for the single layer rs.

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  92. I've been eyeing these! Nice to hear they're as awesome as they look.

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  93. My favorite out of the two is the mid-tai. I have a 17 month old and a baby due in dec that one would work great to wear both babies at different times.

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  94. I love my toddler tula for casual walking, but think something like this would come in handy for hiking!

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  95. Eucalyptus Mid-Tai. would also like to try a woven wrap sometime.

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  96. I have a moby that literally saved my sanity the first month after my son was born. He was colicy every night from 5 go 8 and the only thing that calmed him was wearing him. I've since decided that the moby is to hot (I'm in florida) so I have a soft sided carrier coming next week. It's all an experiment to find what will work best for my chunky baby and for me, being plus size. :)

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  98. I have a Sollybaby wrap that I use, but my LO is getting too heavy for it now. I tried a RS, but she didn't take to it. So I'm open to woven and Mei Tais as my next go to carrier.

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  99. When my baby was smaller I liked our ring sling a lot. Now that she's getting heavier, I like our SSC, except that its a very basic SSC and has no padding and can only be used for front carry.

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  100. Love my RS right now. always up and down.

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  101. Love my wovens but I think my toddler would like a mei tie.

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  102. I love my wovens, but really want to try one of these with the wrap straps

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  103. I love my ring slings, but would love to try a mt!

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  104. I'll be a FTM mum in 5wks and I already have 2 wraps, a buckle carrier and a ring sling. I've been looking at the mei tais and after reading this would love the MID one as I like the sound of the built in adjustments for infants etc. I can't wait to try baby wearing but also to try different carriers ��

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  105. I have a SSC and a ring sling, I've never felt confident with the ring sling. I love the sound of the Mei Tai!

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  106. I usually use SSC to carry my baby. But I really want to try a mei tai because I think it easier to adjust between me and my hubby. This MID tai really look like a perfect mei tai for us :)

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  107. I don't have a favorite yet :-( I'm still trying different carriers. Hope to find a favorite soon :-)

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  108. So far I love my wcrs but I'd love to try a Mei tai.

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  109. My favourite is my wovens but I haven't owned a m.t maybe I could be converted! �� I originally thought I'd like the maxi but after reading the review maybe the midi is more versatile?

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  110. I honestly haven't found a favorite yet. My moby is great, but not in the summer. The snugli is okay, but is a little complicated. I really want to try a ring sling, but can't afford one right now.

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  111. I love SSC's for their ease, but haven't really tried any others :)

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  112. I absolutely LOVE the color of the MID tai. My favorite type of carrier is Mei Tai :)

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  113. It's hard for me to say what my favorite type of carrier is. I love wraps for longer wearing and ssc for up and down wearing. I do not have a mei tai type of carrier. I want one so badly. I'm starting to save up money now!! ;)

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  114. Favorite carriers are mai tai and ssc

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  115. I like the two different colors. I haven't tried a mai tai yet, but I'm loving my moby wrap.

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  116. My favorite carrier right now is my tencel ring sling

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  117. My favorite carrier is my Hug A Bub. But my son is getting too big for it :(

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  118. Sadly I only have an old used mia wrap ring sling, but I love it! I plan on getting atleast a ssc and a wrap for baby #2

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  119. What a great design, love it. I have been eying off all different mei tai's and SSC's and will be needing something soon, my stretchy wrap is being stretched to it's limits with my 5 month old boofer already although I am yet to decide on a mei tai or a woven wrap

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  120. I only have a hybrid Saya. Love it since my boy was just 2weeks old. But now he's a year older. Its gonna be great if we will have a ssc or a mei tai coz back carrying would be fun & exciting for him

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  121. My fave changes as my baby grows... But overall I guess it's been a woven wrap.

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  122. I use a little bit of everything but SSCs are my go to.

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  123. My favorite carriers right now are my linen ring sling and my woven wrap. I can't wear the ring sling for long lengths of time, too much weigh on one shoulder aches after a while. But it's fantastic for grocery shopping and general short wear. I use my woven wrap for longer lengths of time!

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  124. I'm a RS girl for the quick and easy, but all WCMT when it comes to anything longer. :)

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  125. oh man i said maxi in the form but im lovin on the mid after seeing more pics!!!
    my son loves being in the toddler tula or our mei tai (which is now too little for him) but my littlest loves being wrapped but will tolerate the mei tai... no ssc's though. and occasionally a rs but i dont do well with uneven weight!

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  126. My favorite with a newbie is a mei tai, big kids go in a woven :)

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  127. My favourite carrier is a stretchy for newborns, then SSC :-)

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  128. I like my ringsling but think i might like the MID tai even better!

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  129. Love Half buckles, wraps and mei tais

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  130. Gorgeous! I would love a Mid for my new bub due in Nov!

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  131. I love my woven wrap 'sunrise', but I'm also keen on the manduca. Especially if my boy needs to be carried up very quickly ;)

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  132. I like a tula for ease of use, but wraps are more comfortable to me and I love their versatility (dislike dealing with so much fabric though ;)) mei tai might be a perfect solution in our household, especially that we have another squish otw ( they'll be 18 months apart ) and need something suitable for both of them! :)
    Monika Majka-Helms

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  133. SSC's are my current favourite, but am wanting to experiment with mt's an hb's!

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  134. I like the Mid tai, I have a Kangaroo Boba ssc and it's just too big for the baby. Love the Mid tai !!

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  135. I like my MTs with wrap straps right now for my toddler who doesn't want to wrap anymore

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  136. carrier atm is a SSC but as I am petite this is not ideal for back carries as I can't get it high enough. I am learning to use WW and hopefully this will work better! Mai tai would be a great add too!

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  137. I am mei tai curious. Currently we have only experimented with woven wraps. Looking to maximize our bw experience with this beautiful MT giveaway opportunity.

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  138. Love my SSC and WCRS's for different reasons and equally but need something that will last a bit longer for my lo who is 11 mos and already 26 lbs! This might just be the answer for baby and I since wrapping with a woven is not the answer for us!

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  139. Exclusively use a tula but loves RS and MT for squishes. We are having a new squish in Spring!

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  140. My favorite would have to be my woven, coincidentaly its a ling ling original rainbow its my go to carrier i love it, we have an ergo and i always reach for the woven! Would love to try a mei tai!

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  141. We are primarily a half buckle/MT and ring sling family. I wrap occasionally and we have ssc but dont use them. Our squish is only 11 weeks old, so I bet as she gets bigger our preferences will change!

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  142. I've always been a wrapper, but I also love the convenience of a ssc - great for quick ups and downs and short trips. Would love a mei tei for my next baby (due in a few months). This looks wonderful!

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  143. I love my half buckle mei tai :)

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  144. I love the look of the mid tai for little ones.

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  145. My fave carrier is a mei tai. It is easier for me than a wrap, but has more adjustability than a SSC.

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  146. My favorite carrier is Manduca, it's easier for me to run after the kid, after putting him down :)

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  147. Angela H: I like to try a Mei Tai, they seem so flexible

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  148. My favorite that I've tried so far is a woven wrap. I've carried 3 little boys at various stages/ weights/ ages. Though as they get older I think something like the Mei Tai may be more comfortable. I'd love to try one!

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  149. I've only tried three, but right now I prefer my woven wrap. Husband uses a carrier, that unfortunately doesn't hold the knees up and just lets the babe's legs dangle. Since we realized that, it hasn't had much of an appearance.

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  150. I would like to try the mid-tai - I love the adjustable options for a little squish!

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  151. I love them all... But my MTWC and my RSs are my favorites. :)

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  152. My favorite carrier right now is my ring sling. I have a Maxi-tai, but my little doesn't like it much because he can't see very well out of it. I think the Mid-tai would be perfect for us!

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  153. My favorite is a SSC but I've never tried a Mei Tai

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  154. My favorites are ring slings and soft sided carriers, but I'm wearing more and more mei tais and onbus these days and loving it!

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  155. I love my wraps but a MT is a very close second! (And I don't have one yet, just borrowing from sling library).

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  156. So beautiful! I even only ever used ssc and ring slings, and I adore them both! I'd love a MT though!

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  157. Wraps ate my favorite, but I've never tried a MT with wrap straps... I suspect I may like one even more than my wraps!

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  158. I love my Ring Sling and Mei Tai the most :)

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  159. LeahD613 - I'm a new mama and new to babywearing! I only have a ring sling and a half-buckle mei tai. So far I love them both... The RS is quick in and out which in love and he can't possibly pop his seat in the half buckle! he's not quite big enough for his half buckle though which means we always use the RS. Would love to try the mid-tai since he will fit in it!!

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  160. My favorite type of carrier is a Mei Tai or Woven Wrap. :)

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  161. I think a mid tai would be perfect for our little one. And my favorite carriers, of the moment, are wrap conversion ring slings.

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  162. I think a mid tai would be the one that would suit us best! I have a almost 1 year old girl but she is very petite and i like the idea of letting the meitai grow with the child. We love wraps but have borrowed a meitai from a friend and we quite like it!

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  163. I think I would like the MID to be honest after looking at your review. I first though the MAXI, but I think the MID. :)
    I absolutely LOVE Mei Tai, as a new born I prefer my Moby Wrap, and then I moved over to the Baby Hawk. I now have a Manduca, so if I have another baby it will be nice to see how that feels with a small baby. :)

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  164. I think a MID-tai would be perfect for my 20 lb lo but would appreciate any suggestions since he's only 9 mo and I'd like to use it for a long time.

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  165. I love them all but i think my daughter loves our Ergo best at her age :)

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  166. We have only been using a moby! Absolutely in love with the MID!!!

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  167. We do an SSC for long carries, but I fell in love with a WCMT from our lending library. I'd love to call this my own!

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  168. The mei tai carriers are by far my favorite style/design. I love the ease of the carrier and being able to transfer bub from myself to my husband with the same carrier.

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  169. Definitely loving the mei Tais now. I love the blue color.. But the reds shape..

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  170. I love mei tais. Don't have one but have borrowed from carrier lending library in my town. Would love to win one :-) :-)

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  171. We've only had RS and SSC, so far our RS is by far my favorite!

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  172. My favourite type of carrier is a mei tai, but i do love the ring sling for around the house :)

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  173. I love my ring sling for quick trips to the store, but my woven wraps are still the go-to for getting my almost-3-year-old to sleep on a rough night.

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  174. I have only used SSCs but I would like to branch out. :)

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