Need a Prescription for Babywearing?

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Have you ever been overwhelmed with all of the amazing choices PAXbaby.com has to offer??

What size? What kind? What color?

And what does weft even MEAN?

The PAXmommies are on the scene and always ready to lend a helping hand.

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Between them they have YEARS of babywearing experience under their wraps (err belts), so chances are they have seen it, done it or heard about it before.

No question is too silly.

Get Certified Babywearing “expert” advice at the click of a button.

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Fill out a “Prescription for Babywearing” today at:

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And we can help find the perfect carrier for YOU!

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*happy babywearing*

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4 thoughts on “Need a Prescription for Babywearing?

  1. I’m looking for a carrier for my twin girls (two carriers), they are 18 months and weigh about 22 lbs. I would like to get a carrier that I can use until they are 2 1/2 or 3. I need something I can wear for long periods of time without hurting my back. I am 5’6” and weigh about 125. I would like a carrier that can be worn on the front and on the back. I also don’t know if it’s possible to get a carrier that I can nurse in, but I would love it is there is any way! Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!!!

  2. Hi Melissa,

    I think your best option would be toddler Tulas: http://shop.paxbaby.com/tula-baby-carriers/
    Easy to get on for quick up & downs with busy toddlers and can easily be used until they are 2 1/2-3+.
    You can wear them on your front or back, and can lower the strap so you are able to nurse in a front-carry.
    <3

  3. I need a carrier for my 18 month old boy who is 27lbs and 33 1/4 inches tall. He’s 80% for height and 70% for weight. We have loved our ergo, but it does not go knee to knee on him anymore. What would you recommend? I really would prefer something I don’t have to tie because I also have a very busy 3 year old and don’t usually have a lot of time to strap Noah on and go! Thanks!

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