Do you need a toddler carrier to carry a toddler?

Hi there, I am now blogging at nurturemybaby.co.uk, the post you are after can be found here. Thanks 🙂

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  1. pinkoddy
    May 18, 2013 @ 15:50:04

    Ever since I got my connecta when my boy was 4 months old I’ve never turned back. Used it with my 4th son born at 35 weeks and still use it with him on my back now (he’s 4 years old).

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