Julia Roberts gives a wave to the shutterbugs as she leaves a friends house in NYC yesterday, toting her 14-month -old son Henry in a ERGObaby – organics carrier ($120).
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I’m not a mom, but aren’t those things only for infants?
I thought so too, but actually a lot of slings are designed to go up to 2 and 3 years old. That particular sling, according to the website, is for “babies 4 months up to 4 years.”
get a stroller
I love slings for toddlers. I don’t see why it matters personally.
Why should she buy a stroller. Slings give more freedom. You have two hands available and you can go to places where strollers can’t.
If moms back can take it, I say go for it.
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