After looking at various websites I have decided on two wraps I quite like, but can't make up my mind which one to get. My LO is due at the end of August.
Do I go for the ellaroo woven wrap or do I go for the storchenwiege? I'll be mainly using it to walk to work and back 3days a week which is around 25mins each way, so need something comfy, and of course when I walk the dog.
I have both, I can just about get my Ellaroo comfy,but it's not a shine on my Storch, I personally would always go for the Storch. Their softer, thicker and have tapered ends so slightly longer ends which are easier to deal with.
Having said that, since I've been getting my Ellaroo comfier, I can see myself using it more this summer than my Storch.
If you can afford it, I'd get both LOL but if I had to get just one, it would be the Storch
One other thing, my Storch was pre loved and only £45 instead of £60+, I'd always recommend a pre-loved one as their already broken in, my Ellaroo was new and very very stiff and hard, their almost crispy and can take a while to break in. I've had my Ellaroo since January and it's only just starting to get comfortable
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