My 17 month old will still let me or hubby wear him in the hip hammock. He started hating the Moby at a few months old though.
My newborn loves the Moby, hopefully she continues to do so cause it's so much easier wearing her:)
My 9 month old would let me wear him around with a Moby or Ergo all day if I felt like it. If he would go in a back carry I'd be fine with that but he's too grabby and too strong for that :)
she is 21 months and her eyes still light up when she sees me put on the sling! She then walks over to me and waits for me to pick her up! Girl is 26 lbs though, so I cant hold her for too long without marking my shoulders. I have THE HIPSTER--it kind of is like a messenger bag, that it goes across the back and you wear the baby on the hip to distribute their weight reducing the strain on your neck and back.
My 3 1/2 year old loves to be worn on my back in the ergo, my 20 mo loves being worn both on my hip and on my back, and I am pg with our next as well. My 4 yo would love to be worn but knows she can't (physically she can and her and my 3 yo are about the same size and fit but she understand I can't do that). I am really hoping my 3 yo gets better about walking soon as I don't want it to be a fight to get her to walk once the baby is here in the fall and I don't know how much longer I can stand to carry her and her sister both long distances. My 20 mo is just getting to a point where she sometimes wants up and sometimes she really really wants down.
My 2 year old is still worn when we are in town, and when he is tired I put him on my back. It doesn't take long and he is asleep, but that is the only way to get him to take a nap. For long walks, my almost 5 year old can be worn in a woven wrap.
My son is 12 months and only likes to be worn for less than 20 minutes at a time (unless he falls asleep).
Christian is 10 months old and would hang out on my back all day if I let him.
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