Who you gonna call?

When you want the newest scoop on the Beco Baby Carrier scene; when you want to find the best selection of Butterfly IIs available;  when you want to get carrier advice from a mom who has worn 5 babies and has used countless carriers to compare and contrast over the 7 years; when you want to talk to the real Beco fan who has been there since the beginning, who you gonna call?   The PAXbaby mama, of course!  From the original 4G to the newest Gemini, I have worn, used, shared, and compared Beco Butterflies for going on 4 years!  Want a Beco, ask PAXbaby!

As the Gemini release date gets closer, I am receiving messages from moms who don’t know which Beco version to choose.  Keep the questions coming, mamas, but in a nutshell:

Worried about back carrying independently?  Beco Butterfly II features the integrated panel for easy back carries.

Want to face baby out or carry on your hip?  Beco Gemini has a convertible front panel for FFO carries and manipulatable shoulder straps for hip carries also.

Looking for a basic carrier with a hood & a great sense of style?  Beco 4th Generation

Have a large baby or plan on wearing a larger child?  Beco Butterfly II has a weight maximum is 45 pounds.

Have a petite baby or plan on not using the carrier through toddlerhood?  Beco Gemini has a weight maximum is 35 pounds.

Want to cross the shoulder straps for extra support and comfort? Beco Gemini or 4th Generation

Want to babywear in comfort and love?  Any Beco Baby carrier will do the job!

Keep checking back with PAXbaby for more Gemini details, information, and pictures!  This is the place to be for all things Beco!!!!

PAXbaby Beco Gemini

*happy babywearing*

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  1. I’m brand new to BWing with my 10 week old (12.5 lbs). I have a Sleepy Wrap but my LO’s not loving it. He wants to be able to look around and have his arms out and hands free (for insatiable sucking!). Problem is, of course, his head control (which is emerging). So, I’m not really hands free and it seems like he feels squished in the Sleepy Wrap. He’ll only tolerate 5-10 or so minutes of being in the wrap (with walking and going outside). I enjoy wrapping and would also like to explore RSs and MTs. I have my eye on a used FreeHand MT but I’m worried that my LO won’t like it. For that matter, I’m not sure what type of carrier he would like! I’m just looking for some advice and possibly suggestions on a type of carrier. I really want to be able to wear him but, right now, I don’t leave home without the stroller : (

    Kathleen (Mommy to Ashe James, 5/16/2010)

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