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Didymos Baby Carrier Organic Wrap Sling Reviews

HeatherB

Aqua Waves = Snuggly Love

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Pros: Soft, beautiful, breathable

Cons: Learning curve for wovens

I purchased a Didymos woven wrap - Aqua Waves - because I have heard so many good things about Didy Waves and I couldn't get over how gorgeous it was. It didn't disappoint! The color and pattern are just stunning. I bought the wrap used and then worked to get it even more broken in - things like using it as a cushion on my desk chair, moving it around periodically. It has become so soft and snuggly and blanket-like that I'll likely never sell it! I'm still not a wrap expert (having taken a break between babies didn't help!), but I adore the Didy. The learning curve with wovens is definitely bigger than some other types of carriers, but they also have extraordinary versatility once...
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jewel1288

Didymos Wraps Are Amazing

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Pros: very supportive, durable, hold their resale value, so pretty, varied length

Cons: a challenge to wrap while out

Overall, I am very pleased with my didymos wrap. I bought it brand new, which meant breaking it in myself. At first, I was concerned the breaking in process may take a while, but it actually only took a couple days of using for it to feel softer and easier to wrap.  The number one aspect for me was for the wrap to be organic. Then, I wanted ease of use, comfort, and something pretty, of course.  I've used a Boba soft structured carrier and as much as I wanted it to be awesome; it just did not work for me at all. A woven wrap is super supportive, even for an 18 lb baby and I can wear my little one for much longer periods of time than I could with the boba. This is because...
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believer04

Great Way to Wear Your Baby

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Pros: Beautiful, Organic, Woven

Cons: Somewhat time-consuming to tie

I purchased a Didymos woven wrap when my son was about 4 months old.  I started out with a Moby wrap, so the Didymos was similar enough to make the tying process a little easier.  The woven material seems to distribute baby's weight a little better than a stretchy wrap to make carrying them easier as they get heavier.  I would recommed buying one from a store or from someone who can show you how to use it.  The wrap does come with a book and DVD, which will be very helpful if you are a visual learner. The Didymos can be tied in so many ways, so it's really versatile, and your baby will enjoy being close to you and seeing your daily activities :)
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