Love my Tula too, but for when baby gets a little bigger. For the first 6 months or so I love baby k'tan. It's like a moby wrap but the back is sewn together in an X already for you, so it's less work (read easier) to put on.
@CarrieandRoy I used the heck out of our Ergo, and I always used it when we went somewhere where I knew that it would be a pain to be pushing the stroller around: museums, home and garden shows, expos, hikes, etc. I think there were only a handful of times that I wore it in the house, and that was because DD was teething and wouldn't let me put her down so I could make dinner. I ended up putting her on my back and then continue doing what I needed to get done. @amyspohr With my nanny kids, I had a really hard time with brands like Bjorn, Snugli and Infantino. They really weren't comfortable, and this was with kids that were in the 5th percentile for height/weight....so they were little. I had to give up wearing them when they were about 6 months old because they hurt my shoulders so bad after 20-30min of use. Most people refer to them as "crotch danglers" because kids are literally hanging there and they aren't good for their hips on top of being uncomfortable for most people. On the flip side, I used my Ergo with DD until she was 3.5 and my shoulders would only start to hurt (after the age of three), when I was wearing her for more than an hour. I have several friends that were Ergo lovers, and then got Tula Toddler carriers, and loved them as well.