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post #121 of 133
Oh man, ejes ISO scrumptious. Hiel mucho dors Shell weigh Noé? Love me somete chunky babies!
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LOL WOAH. What happened there? I know it looks like I had a stroke at the keyboard, but don't worry mamas. I just had my phone switched to Spanish autocorrect, and that's what it produced. I had intended to type this:

 

Man, she is scrumptious! How much does she weigh now? Love me some chunky babies!

post #123 of 133
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Oh man, ejes ISO scrumptious. Hiel mucho dors Shell weigh Noé? Love me somete chunky babies!

Lol, awesome!
post #124 of 133
Lol, kitteh! Bumpkin, Trilly looks huge!! Love it!
So , I was so excited to get a nice woven wrap for b ack carries and Aubrey hates it! I think I need to try to get her higher up so that she can see....and get her on there faster. So here is a pic of ber on my front. Luckily she's still kind of a peanut so its still pretty easy to do!
post #125 of 133
Thread Starter 

Hi there Aubrey!! What a great tongue you have there!!!

Way cool kitteh! :lol  .


Edited by BumkinsMum - 1/20/14 at 8:42am
post #126 of 133
BabySmurf! How do you like that storch inka? How long have you had it? I just got one off the facebook swap and I love it! Still have a lot of practicing to do to get the passes to look pretty, and we definitely haven't gotten back carries down yet, but I'm having fun practicing. It's quickly overtaking the mei tai as my go-to carrier. And it's so pretty!
post #127 of 133
We're hit or miss on back carries. On our first success I put together a pumpkin labyrinth. It was so cool to bend over and put a pumpkin where I usually have my peanut.
post #128 of 133
I didn't know you could back carry with the ergo! I want to try it.
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BabySmurf! How do you like that storch inka? How long have you had it? I just got one off the facebook swap and I love it! Still have a lot of practicing to do to get the passes to look pretty, and we definitely haven't gotten back carries down yet, but I'm having fun practicing. It's quickly overtaking the mei tai as my go-to carrier. And it's so pretty!
I love it! Tbe only down side so far is that I got a really long one so its kind of cumbersome. And its going to need a lot of use to really get broken in.

I got this one and I thought it was too short which is why I went so long with the inka...but it came with directions on how to do the faster carriez with lezs material. Then I felt foolish for getting something so huge. The saving grace is that aubrey doesn't really like tbe rucksack type carries right now anyway, so I end up using the extra length in the cross carry anyway.
post #130 of 133
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Oh man, ejes ISO scrumptious. Hiel mucho dors Shell weigh Noé? Love me somete chunky babies!
I forgot to mention, this made me laugh even at my 5a feed LMAO

Quick question for you all?! I got rid of my Ergo. Camden rode in it once, at the beach, and his legs and feet were purple ): so I'm in need of a new carrier. I'm not really looking for a wrap but wondered if a MTCW would work, what's the difference in them and regular mei tai, and what fabric is good? Topa top in etsy has some really beautiful ones!! Also, what's the deal with the ring sling? Anyone love that? I hated mine with B several years ago and don't feel 100% secure that he'll stay in securely in a back carry. Thanks for your help gals!!
post #131 of 133
Berkeley and his big brother, Creston.
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And in response to you Tenk I do love my ring sling. I have found however as I've gotten older that the ring sling is more uncomfortable on my one shoulder... When I was younger I could wear it all day and not notice anything but now I start to get stiff. Still great and super easy for grocery shopping is short walks.
post #133 of 133
I second heat shanna-cat said. I have an "over the shoulder baby holder" ring sling that I lloved, but now that dd is over 16 lbs, it hurts my shoulder after a while. So for longer periods of time, I use the ergo.
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