My daughter is 25 months old and is about 27 lbs. She still likes and wants to be worn in her carriers (as she likes to call them)! And lately, the one she requests the most and the one I am finding the easiest and most comfy, is our Twilli Pie Podegi carrier.
A podaegi (also spelled "podegi" or "podeagi") is a traditional Korean baby carrier, which consists of a rectangular "blanket" attached to a long strip of fabric. The blanket portion wraps baby onto babywearer, and then the strip of fabric is tied around them both. It is comfortable, cozy, versatile, and adorable, not to mention very convenient!
TWILLI PIE DESIGN is the brain child of Renee Holiday, a WAHM in Tennessee and she prides herself in creating "wearable art" in each of her one of a kind PODEAGI baby carriers.
Renee uses mostly vintage and/or reclaimed fabrics in the blanket (body) of the pods and the straps are made of all new materials, and always from sturdy, bottom-weight fabrics.
I was reminded once again today as to why I love this carrier so much. I wore L for almost 2 hours straight as we did our first Babywearing walk of 2011 today at West Edmonton Mall. And I did not feel any strain whatsoever on my shoulders, back or hips.
I find that the key with carrying bigger babies and toddlers-and this applies to all carriers, is that the higher up you carry them, the more comfortable it is for both of you.
The Twilli Pie Podegi carriers are great for babies of all ages, and are especially sturdy and ideal for toddler wearing!
We only have a few of these one of a kind carriers in stock. So if you like what you see, get it NOW before someone else snags it up!
And don't forget that this week we are also having our New LOGO Babywearing Sale and you get