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ERGObaby Original Heart 2 Heart Infant Insert, Galaxy Grey (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Cushioned shell is used to ensure they are seated correctly and have the head and neck support
  • Provides Ergonomic support for growing baby bodies
  • Machine wash cold with mild detergent on gentle cycle dry on delicate cycle and remove when seams are still damp
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Product Description

This soft, Ergobaby Infant Insert cushion works with any Ergobaby Carrier and must be inserted to support growing babies ranging from newborns to 4-5 months.

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Technical Details
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.8 x 8.3 x 4.3 inches
UPC845197060242 845197061089 845197041807
Item model numberIIGPNLOB
Target genderUnisex
Minimum weight recommendation7 Pounds
Maximum weight recommendation12 Pounds
Care instructionsMachine washable: Cold with mild detergent on gentle cycle. Dry on delicate cycle and remove when seams are still damp. Air dry.
Batteries requiredNo
  
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ASINB002NGMXUE
Best Sellers Rank #21,596 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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210 of 224 people found the following review helpful By Johnna on December 10, 2010
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I have read a lot of reviews saying that this is absolutely necessary for newborns who can't hold their heads up but I disagree. I bought it and found it completely useless. Now, it may be that with a really tiny baby or with a different body type than mine, it could be useful, but I don't think so and I'm only guessing at that because I am trying to imagine why so many people would think this is necessary.

My daughter was 7 pounds at birth and I used the insert once before I realized I didn't need it. The baby carrier is easily adjustable and the baby doesn't need to be able to hold her head up to fit snuggly, safely, and comfortably in it. You just adjust the carrier so that she is held snug against you and she is sitting perfectly comfortable with her head exactly where you put it, with no danger of her falling out or becoming uncomfortable.

If, for some reason, the baby's head wouldn't stay where you put it (I didn't have that problem at all) then a receiving blanket could be tucked into the right position to correct the issue (without the potential of blocking an airway of course), but you definitely don't need to spend $25 to fix the problem. You could even stick a receiving blanket under baby's butt to keep her higher up on your chest if you wanted to (it would pretty much do the very same thing this does).. but I never needed to do anything like that. I just put her where I wanted her and adjusted the carrier to hold her there and it felt very secure. I had no worries at all.

Again, I don't know if this would be somehow different if she had been under 7 pounds or if I had a different body type. I am kind of average in terms of height and weight.
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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Kate on December 15, 2009
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I was happy to see this new type of insert for thr Ergo baby carrier. The old insert looked like the baby could slide out. With this, my little guy is wrapped in a cozy shell and he sits on a pillow bench. His feet are tucked between the pillow and my body. I like that this keeps him upright and laying against me and does a pretty good job supporting his head. My baby falls asleep almost instantly in this and he feels secure.

I gave it four stars because the insert makes the carrier very warm. The insert is quilted so when it is combined with both our body heat, we're both sweaty after a while. I feel lucky it is winter while I use this insert because I think we would be too warm to use this in the summer.

Other than that, this is well designed and made and I recommend it.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By lesliac on November 19, 2010
The Ergo with the old-style insert was invaluable to us back in 2008: our daughter practically lived in it from age 2 wks until 4 months.

We now have a 4 wk old baby, and a friend lent us the heart-to-heart insert. So far it doesn't work as well for us: it seems harder to get the baby properly into it, and it doesn't seem to hold the head as well (his head flops forward against us, or side-to-side, or back against the edge of the insert).

Using the Ergo with the old insert continues to work some serious magic for us, however. An added bonus with the first kid was that we continued to use the Ergo with her until she was past age 2.

Overall we've been really happy with our Ergo. The inserts don't work for everyone, but they are certainly worth trying (start by borrowing one from a friend if you can).
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By D & L on June 13, 2012
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I almost didn't purchase this infant insert because of some of the bad reviews. A lot of people say it's useless and that you don't need it. So, here's what I did. I tried using the Ergo Baby without it before I actually purchased it. The Ergo Baby was not so rider friendly without it, truthfully, for my 7.5 lb baby. She really needed to be propped up, and she needed something to hold her head so that she didn't rest her head under the strap.

I ordered this infant insert, and tried it out. Right away I was glad I bought it. It has a nice little boxy pillow at the bottom that her butt sits on. It cinches up in the middle to keep her in. the top of the insert is stiff enough to where she can lie back and her head is supported. She is now almost 9 lbs and we still really need the insert. Sure, you'll only use it as long as your baby needs it, and depending on your baby you may need it a while or not so long. Our daughter is 6 weeks now, and I'm still getting great use out of it, so I think it's worth it!

I'd recommend doing what we did: try the Ergo without; if it doesn't appear comfy, buy this thing! :)
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fannie E. on February 23, 2010
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I was hesitant to order this on the recommendation of some other reviewers of the insert (see reviews for other patterns). Some had said it wasn't really necessary or that they never used it. I got the ergo 2 days before the insert and I tried the ergo sans insert with my 12lb 6 week old son. The ergo worked ok, but I didn't know how perfect it would be till I got the insert. Once I had the insert, he fit in the ergo perfectly, not just ok. He wasn't sliding around, I didn't have to keep checking his head and moving it into place (the insert kept it from shifting to one side or the other too much), and overall, we were both more comfortable. So much so that he fell asleep in minutes (without the insert, he fussed a lot because he couldn't quite get comfortable though he did fall asleep eventually).
I agree with the other reviewers, it does get a wee bit hot in there.
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