Excerpt: I am short, fat, and big chested. (5'2, 200+ lbs, DD) My husband is big and tall (300 lbs, 6'4). We got an Ergo because we heard they were a better fit for the bigger variety of people. <br /><br />It fits weirder than I imagined. At first I hated it.
Pros: Comfortable, Cute And Stylish, Durable, Sturdy
Cons: Bulky, Doesn't Clip in Easily, Hard To Fit Plus-size, hard to store, Not All Parts Included
Excerpt: We love our Ergobaby bundle of joy. The last carrier I had hurt my neck and shoulders instantly. This carrier distributes the weight so I can wear my daughter for much longer periods of time without the neck and back pain. I love how secure everything is when you fasten baby in.
Excerpt: I haven't had the Ergo long, but so far it's been great. I was looking for a comfortable carrier for my 23/24lb. little guy. At first buckles are a little tricky, but I'm getting the hang of it. The color is great! Even better in person.
Excerpt: Such a comfy carrier! I have just started using it now that my baby seems big enough at 3 months old. We still use his Moby wrap (great for newborns), but sometimes I don't want to deal with wrapping. It's so easy to put on and the padding and straps make it really comfortable.
Excerpt: I use this product all the time, especially since I have a three year old and it's much easier to carry around my infant. It's so comfortable and doesn't tear into his legs and leave marks. I didn't use the insert very much because it was the middle of summertime and he just got too hot in it.
Excerpt: As usual, the carrier itself is wonderful. I was really excited about the teal color option becoming available however, this is not a true teal in my opinion. It's more bibrant blue than anything.
Excerpt: I needed something that offered the support of my wrap carrier, but was quicker and easier to pop baby into while we were out and about. We visit our local zoo quite often and there are certain buildings where strollers are not allowed. The ergo has been perfect for this.