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Hi Hope everyone is ok

basicaly i didnt know where to post this :O
my son is not walking he is 3 and a half he refuses to go in hes pushchair so we got this step2 car which has a belt safety thing so he cant fall out, now he doesnt go in that! so we got him a framed back pack from mothercare .....he went in a few times it really helped us a lot .....but now he refuses to go in that!!!
and he just wants us to pick him up....but now its getting a handfull.......i cant pick him up for long periods as i get stomach problems and aches and pains....hubby can hold him longer but even gets hard for him after a bit ...when we try to put him in hes push chair he has a major scream scream session and stiffens hes body so we cannot at all get him to sit ......its a battle !!! now me and hubby want to know if ANYONE knows or can help us ....we thought if there is anything we could use on us to hold him up at the front ....he likes to be carried facing outwards with hes back to our stomache .....so wanted to know if anyone knows if there is something we could get to help us hold him there ...like a brace or some kind of seat .....or forward carrier ......he will not fit in the baby carriers now Sad

pls pls pls let me know if anyone has any help or ideas its just got toooo much now

thankyou

Ambreen

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we have one of these http://www.thepeanutshell.com/tips/hip used it for jacob as a baby and now still sometimes use it for my almost 4 year old to go on my hip as it supports most of the weight, id never get 3 steps trying to carry him myself. they're quite pricey but i got mine cheapish on ebay.
might be an ok short term solution for you.
carrie x
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(10-25-2010, 05:12 PM)logan_jacob_mummy Wrote: we have one of these http://www.thepeanutshell.com/tips/hip used it for jacob as a baby and now still sometimes use it for my almost 4 year old to go on my hip as it supports most of the weight, id never get 3 steps trying to carry him myself. they're quite pricey but i got mine cheapish on ebay.
might be an ok short term solution for you.
carrie x

ahh thankyou hun i will have a look on ebay how do i know what im looking for ? there is so many slings but not sure if they will take hes weight ....dont get me wrong he is not big hes only 12 kg but because hes floppy we feel all hes weight
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these go up to 36lbs specifically search for a peanut shell sling here's the search results http://shop.ebay.co.uk/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m570.l1313&_nkw=peanut+shell&_sacat=See-All-Categories hope it helps x
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(10-25-2010, 05:48 PM)logan_jacob_mummy Wrote: these go up to 36lbs specifically search for a peanut shell sling here's the search results http://shop.ebay.co.uk/?_from=R40&_trksid=p3907.m570.l1313&_nkw=peanut+shell&_sacat=See-All-Categories hope it helps x

thankyou so much x


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