Monday, April 25, 2011

Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carriers!

Portofino Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carrier

Holland Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carrier

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These three new ERGO/Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carriers will arrive sometime in May! Lots of moms (and some dads) have been complaining that ERGO's are so "ugly," "plain," or "utilitarian looking." Not anymore!!! These Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carriers are anything but plain looking!

What's even better is that they are 100% organic. I mentioned some time ago that I never really was an ERGO lover until I traded up to an organic ERGO. So this makes these carriers all the more wearable!

These new ERGO's are the same in design and function as an original ERGO. They will do a front, back and hip carry. They have the same great support and comfort that I love, plus they also have the wonderful sleeping hood which is my favorite of any carrier EVER!

Heavenly Hold is now taking preorders on the new Petunia Pickle Bottom ERGO Baby Carriers. With your preorder, you'll receive either free sucking pads or a free Teething Bling necklace (your choice) as well as free shipping of course! Email Amber to place a preorder reservation now!


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ergo baby carriers said...

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petunia pickle said...

Nice baby carry bag.It looks pretty. I would like to buy it for my baby.