ERGObaby Carrier, Backpack, And Front Pouch Giveaway

As you all know, I'm in search of products that will make my life easier not only as a mom to a toddler, but as a mom of a toddler AND a newborn.

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The ERGObaby Carrier is just what I need! This is the only baby carrier that I've found to hold either my infant or my toddler toddler in the front, back, or hip positions! This carrier is meant to hold babies up to 40 pounds but has been tested and can hold up to 90 pounds! You can use this carrier as long as you feel comfortable doing so!

Most baby carriers are either for infants OR toddlers, not for both. Parents prefer to wear their babies in different positions. I don't mind using a carrier on my hip, but I know many moms or dads that would rather use carriers in the front or back position. With the ERGObaby Carrier, you can wear your baby in the position that the most comfortable and convenient for you!

Some features of the ERGObaby Carrier:
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-14 ounce cotton canvas
-Design supports correct sitting position for baby's hip, pelvis, and spine growth
-100% cotton batting in body of carrier for softer edges
-400 threads per inch cotton poplin lining and hood
-One inch, high-density foam in shoulder straps
-Reinforced stitching used at all fabric intersections
-Attached hood to support sleeping baby, provide sun protection, or provide privacy for nursing.
-For newborns(with infant insert) to toddlers
-Easily worn on front, back, or hip
-And MORE

Some features of the ERGObaby front pouch:
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-100% cotton canvas with nylon lining
-Velcro attaches the front pouch around the waist belt of the ERGObaby Carrier
-Zipper pocket in main pouch
-Two exterior pockets
-Adjustable shoulder straps
-And MORE

Some Features of the ERGObaby backpack:
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-Can snap around straps of baby carrier
-100% cotton canvas
-Attached bottle holder
-Side zipper pocket
-Shoulder straps for independent use
-Two front pockets
-And More

With the ERGObaby Carrier and it's accessories, I can carry either my infant or toddler. We don't have a double stroller yet, but I'm sure both kids are not going to want to be in there at all times. Also, a double stroller takes up so much space. It would be easier to just carry one child and use the umbrella stroller for the other.

The ERGObaby Carrier is also perfect for places like the zoo. We go to the zoo all the time but end up having to get my son out of the wagon anyway because it sits down below the railing. With the ERGObaby Carrier, my husband can put him on his back and he will be contained and happy to be up so high and see the animals.

If you buy this carrier at birth, you will never have to use anything else! With the HandsFree System(Carrier, Backpack, and Front Pouch), you wont even have to use a stroller! I wish I would have had this carrier all along with my son!

Buy It
You can purchase a variety of colors and styles of ERGObaby carriers starting at $94.00.
The Backpack is $37.00.
The Front Pouch is $21.00.

WIN IT!!
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I have an ERGObaby Handsfree System to give to one of my readers. The winner will get a ERGObaby Carrier, instructional DVD, Backpack, AND Front Pouch!!

To enter, visit ERGObaby and tell me something interesting(they have a parenting section and other accessories and features that I did not talk about) This is required and must be done before the extra entries count!

EXTRA ENTRIES!
You can do any of these things for an extra entry. Make sure to leave a separate comment for EACH thing you do.

1-For TWO extra entries, Subscribe to my blog via email. Type in your email address over to the left and hit submit! Don't forget to activate your account.

2- Put my new button on your blog! If you have my old Two Of A Kind Button on your blog, take it down and replace it with the NEW one! THANKS!!

3- Follow my blog. Go over to my right sidebar and click on Follow This Blog! Current followers count too! Leave me a comment letting me know that you do!

4- For TWO extra entries, Blog about this giveaway and link it back to my blog AND ERGObaby!

5- Follow me on twitter AND tweet about this giveaway. Please leave me the link in your comment where you "tweeted" about the giveaway. Just following me does NOT count! You MUST "tweet" about this giveaway as well! You can tweet once per day for an extra entry EVERY DAY! Just tweet about my giveaway and come back here and leave me the link.

6- For FIVE extra entries, purchase anything from ERGObaby before the end of this giveaway!

Want another chance to win? You can visit "Deal"ectible Mommies and enter to win an ERGObaby Hands Free System on her blog!

Contest ends at 11:59pm EST on March 16th when I will draw a winner at random. PLEASE leave your email address if it is not visible on your profile. I will notify the winner on March 17th and they will have 36 hours to respond before I will choose a new winner!

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aaensons said...

A recently published study suggests that babies riding in outward-facing strollers are significantly less likely to laugh, "talk", and positively interact with their caregivers than those in strollers facing the pusher.

i really never knew this and it kinds makes sence

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Laurel said...

ERGObaby is located in one of my favorite places in the world - Maui!!

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MOMMY-MOMO said...

i've always wanted this! I want this bad!

Checked out their site and didnt know that

A recently published study suggests that babies riding in outward-facing strollers are significantly less likely to laugh, "talk", and positively interact with their caregivers than those in strollers facing the pusher

wow! I've always been big on baby wearing but now even more :)

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Sweet Mommy Dreams said...

I don't think there could be a better giveaway. This product is awesome. I didn't realize that they make bibs. Cute bibs too. Good info to know.
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Kristine said...

FACTOID - Usually around 6 months, a child will be happy moving to your back, however it is not unheard of that a 3-½ month old baby can be very happy on the back as well.

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itsahumanzoo said...

They also sell Doll Carriers for older children to carry their dolls in. It's funny because I have a moby wrap, so it kind of looks like I'm carrying my little one in my shirt, and sometimes my older one puts his teddy bear under his shirt like he's carrying it. :)

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Karen sewed the first 50 on her own sewing machine. Wow!

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Aimee said...

They have this amazing accessory:
Sucking Pads

The ERGObaby sucking pad was created as a result of parents remarking how great it would be to have something other than the shoulder straps for baby to suck on! We also noticed that, while working with babies they indeed like to suck on the straps. ERGObaby's answer is this pad, available in either Mocha or Cream color, in a package of two.

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Mary said...

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Keitha said...

I really love the new changing pad they carry. This looks like an excellent accessory to go along with all of their other great products

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I subscribed.

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Jennifer said...

I was reading through the testimonials in the parenting section, and so many people are truly satisfied with the ERGO baby carrier. I was very impressed with all of the heartfelt stories about their baby wearing experiences with the Carrier. I think it is wonderful that this section is included on their website!!

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Anonymous said...

The Ask The Doctor section is a good idea. It's always great to have a real doctors opinion about much needed to know questions and they have their very own to answer all their customers questions.

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Stephanie said...

oh my this is the mack daddy baby carrier! I'd LOVE to have this bad boy for my new bean! I didn't know they made doll carriers or "sucking pads" what a SMART idea! That way the straps of the carrier aren't always wet (and then yucky) Thanks for a great giveaway!

Stephanie said...

I subscribed via e-mail (at work!) yay! 1

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Jennie said...

I've been wanting one of these forever!! I didn't realize that ergo is based in Maui - can I go work them??

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I Do Faces said...

I have been telling my hubby I was going to get a carrier for him so he can know how I felt for 9 months haha! But I love that they have an "ask the doctor section" smart!
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Abby said...

I learned that you should use the infant insert until 4-6 months.
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Karen said...

I have heard of this amazing carrier, but the price is too steep for my budget. I was reading all of the doctor sections...very interesting and informative!

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Kristin said...

Something interesting:
You can get your baby in the carrier by yourself without the help of anyone or anything.

Cause well you don't always have someone to help.

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Joelle said...

I love this product! I have been eyeing one forever and if I had known prior my boy being born and several cheaper slings/carriers purchased I would have bought one! So I'd love one!!! I love that they now have a changing pad - that's new from the last time I was at their site! The sucking cover things are great too!!

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Hoping for a Miracle~~ said...

We are adopting and I love that they promote the babywearing lifestyle and attachment parenting. They have several articles in the parenting section about parent-child bonding and for us that will be really important and the ERGObaby will be a great way for both of us to bond with our baby.

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Seeryus Mama said...

I love that you can interact with your little one while wearing them. That's not so easy when they are in a stroller. I currently use a sleepy wrap, We are planning an all day trip to the zoo in a few months and the Ergo looks like it would be perfect for my growing toddler. I love their parenting section too! The Q&A's are perfect, plus if you have a question you can go ahead an ask by using their form! Excellent!!

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Kathleen said...

They have a great website, nicely designed and easy to navigate. I was impressed that you can actually use two of these to carry twins! I never would have thought.

I really like that this is a carrier that can last from infancy to toddlerhood.

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Sarah said...

The Ask the Dr section said that babiesshould be in a carrier almost all of the time their first few months. I love that advice! Too often you hear...put them down or you'll spoil them!

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I didn't know that they had so many organic products. Love that!

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Barely Domestic Mama said...

The best thing about the Ergo is that you can carry a child up to 40lbs. Not every child is tiny like mine and it makes it hard when they still want to be carried and there aren't that many carriers that you can use past 25lbs. The auction on their website is new. That is awesome that you can put a bid on an Ergo for less than it would normally cost.

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shopannies said...

something that I thought was cool was that she sewed the first 50 carriers on her own machine herself. Cool

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Kebi Cedawna said...

I read about some of the Ask the Dr. questions. I learned that newborn babies are injected with Vitamin K shortly after birth. This is to prevent hemorrhaging.

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Gray Matters said...

The sucking pad is a great idea! Now if they can only come up with something so my little one won't pull my hair!

Susan said...

I thought it was a interesting that a recent published study found that babies riding in outward-facing strollers are significantly less likely to laugh, "talk", and positively interact with their caregivers than those in strollers facing the pusher.

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Jill said...

Only a true mom would make sucking pads. My 15 month old is still sucking on everything.

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Andrea said...

I find all of the testimonials interesting, especially all of the women who tried out several different carriers before discovering ERGO. I also discovered that ERGO has many different products, including sucking pads...very interesting!

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Rich, Brittani, and Nugs said...

I found out that the Nature's Nappies store near my office carries these Ergobaby carriers! I love them and I am excited that I can buy them locally!

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Jodi said...

I love that Karin A. Frost, the company's designer and president, sewed the first 50 carriers on her own sewing machine until the demand grew to where she needed to have them made and sold on her website. I LOVE that sweat and tears went directly into them. It's a such a great testament to her dedication to the product, which makes us believe in it too!

Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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Ashley said...

I find the 'ask the dr.' interesting with Dr. Susan Markel. That is helpful!
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ellen s. said...

Karin A. Frost, created the first ERGObaby carrier when she had her son, Keala Kaj. He has been carried since birth to almost five years ----> this must be a great carrier b/c i couldn't use our Suggly after our first son was 6 mo old & didn't even try it with ou son now. i would love to try this! also, i love that a mom made/invented this, mom's know what moms need!

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Nutty mom-- said...

It was interesting about the study done on babies in strollers and how they are less likely to be socially interactive, and less likely to talk. I agree, it makes sense. I'm a big advocate on getting kids out of their car seats when they're not in the car too! I hate seeing babies in restaurants strapped down.

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aamina said...

I didn't realize that baby signing could help children read earlier - something I would never have thought of and very interesting because I have been thinking of buying a baby signing book!

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summerdays said...

Karin sewed the first 50 baby carriers on her own machine until the demand motivated having it manufactured and sold on her website. Wow that must of been alot of work!! These look so awesome and I could totally use it! summrob1@aol.com

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Aura said...

I like the ask the dr. section I never realized that babywearing can help prevent plagiocephaly. My daughter has plagiocephaly and is now wearing a cranial reshaping helmet. If I would have know I probably would have carried her in a sling more.

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she carried her baby from birth until almost 5 :)

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smoran69 said...

I love the sucking pads!!! Whar a great Idea!!!

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As They Grow Up said...

I enjoyed the article on Co-Sleeping/Bed Sharing. Yes we are a bed sharer in our house. Only because he refuses to sleep elsewhere. LOL

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Marin said...

I love the look of the changing pad they offer. It's big enough for the baby (some definitely aren't) and has those handy pockets!

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Anonymous said...

I like the fact that even though they are now manufactured outsides of the US, the company keeps an eye on the working conditions of their employees. Only having one carrier that I can use on either of my kids (and manly enough for my husband to use) is a big plus for me!

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Jen said...

Colostrum is rich in Vitamin K. Now it annoys me that my kids received Vitamin K at birth when I was breastfeeding.

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free indeed said...

I've long been a proponant of keeping baby facing parents...I NEVER liked the carriers where the child faces out and now there are studies showing that children carried this way or in ourward facing strollers are less likely to laugh, talk and interact with others...they have an emotional problem...dah! Common sense told me that 30 years ago when I was having my children. You know, the old fashioned practices that make so much sense are usually correct. New doesn't always mean better. I'm glad that this carrier is built this way...you need to talk to your babies!

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shindylahoe said...

It is interesting how they have a doctor section that talks about how the ergo is great for attachment parenting. I also love how the founder started as a working mom! Sewing the first ones on her own sewing machine. I can TOTALLY relate to that.
Thanks for the give away!

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MaddyRu said...

I really like the Ask a Doctor section. Thanks!

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I am also following your blog via google for a third entry!

mcveggie said...

I would love to win a ergo! I just checked out their site and learned that I can breastfeed the baby in the ergo. Very cool.
Thanks

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Heather said...

The sucking pads are so cool! My daughter sucks on any strap we give her (or that she can get her hands on!).

Sara and Alex said...

This is a must have item for travel!! My girlfriend has one and has been all over the world with her 12 month old and swears by it. I love the info on the website about travel with kids and the link to jetwithkids! What a great resource!

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Lisa w said...

The Changing Pad is awesome since it is portable and you can take it anywhere. it also looks like another tote bag and is very stylist. Thanks. angel_2417@yahoo.com

SwankyMom said...

Id get the infant insert (if i win) Doll carrier is really cute too. Thanks

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Id get the infant insert (if i win) Doll carrier is really cute too. Thanks

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suburban prep said...

When the child is facing you then there is a positive interaction between you and your child. Unlike a forward facing stroller, the child can watch your facial expressions.



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The Dreamer said...

I think this is interesting:

While she was pregnant she read the “Continuum Concept” by Jean Leidloff (published in 1975) and was so inspired that she joined a group of parents who met on a regular basis to discuss, learn and understand more about the concept.

That's dedication!


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