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post #41 of 117
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Originally Posted by Smalls181 View Post
This is the progression of babywearing for us.

NOJO padded ringsling. Our first attempt at babywearing.
Look at how little she was But do I see that your have your RS on backwards?!?!?!?! The things we do before we know better!
post #42 of 117
A kiss in the ring sling
In my homemade Mei Tai #1
In my homemade Mei Tai #2

And for good measure
DH and Catherine (one of my all time favorite pics)
post #43 of 117
post #44 of 117
I'll share mine! These are just with my dd. I'm certainly no expert, still getting the hang of things!

My first pouch, wahm-made pink embroidered linen- it's actually too big:
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...t=May07053.jpg

My heart-to-heart ring sling, I'm much better with it now:
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...ent=May109.jpg

Dh using the heart-2-heart
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...t=May07040.jpg

My diy pouch
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...ent=May195.jpg

My favourite pic of my diy no-sew green silk ring sling
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...t=June170.jpgi

And Dh in his camo sling
http://s113.photobucket.com/albums/n...nt=June224.jpg

A
post #45 of 117
Practically all the bw pictures i have are of dh, as I'm the more obsessive photographer and can't resist a man wearin' a baby

this one is just a bunch of yards of rather ugly clownish fabric we had in a fabric tub, tied up a la babygami instructions. makes for hilariously colorful babywearing

this one is our homemade ringsling that crafty dh made. oliver *loves* to cruise in this one. Don't let his weird expression fool ya
here is dh again, pickin strawberries and wearin baby
here's baby sleeping in ringsling

and I just made a sort of improvized kozy/mei tai thing. It's pretty rad, but I have no pictures yet. Maybe I'll work on that tomorrow!
post #46 of 117
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Originally Posted by OllieMama View Post
Practically all the bw pictures i have are of dh, as I'm the more obsessive photographer and can't resist a man wearin' a baby

this one is just a bunch of yards of rather ugly clownish fabric we had in a fabric tub, tied up a la babygami instructions. makes for hilariously colorful babywearing

this one is our homemade ringsling that crafty dh made. oliver *loves* to cruise in this one. Don't let his weird expression fool ya
here is dh again, pickin strawberries and wearin baby
here's baby sleeping in ringsling

and I just made a sort of improvized kozy/mei tai thing. It's pretty rad, but I have no pictures yet. Maybe I'll work on that tomorrow!
The quotes on your pictures had me laughing so loud that I woke up ds. It was hilarious!!
post #47 of 117
Brittany, I have not laughed that hard out loud in quite some time. Ollie's blog is simply hilarious. No pressure for more funniness or anything, but you've been bookmarked!
post #48 of 117
Thread Starter 
Here's one that gonna be my NEW favorite.
http://i91.photobucket.com/albums/k3...e/100_0928.jpg

I am wearing 7 m/o ds#3 at a drum circle last night in a borrowed Ellaroo wrap in a back cross carry.
I totally want one of my own now, I liked it SOOOOOO much more than my Storchenweige.
(a note on safe babywearing; DS turned his head in like that to fall asleep, and after the picture was taken we gently encouraged him to put his head on the other side of the wrap so his face was out and the BACK of his head was supported.)
post #49 of 117
Becos u know...I just *gotta* share my piccies as well.

First pic.
Hubby carrying ds on his back in an Onbuhimo, ds was almost 3 months and is conked out in this pic.
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u...7/DSCN0521.jpg

Second pic
Me doing a torso carry w/ a silk scarf...ds was almost 3 months in this pic.
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u.../Photo39-1.jpg

Third pic
This one is funny...ds is having a tantrum on my back...LOL...I have the straps OVER his thighs al'a Japanese style. he's in an Onbuhimo
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u...e-onbuhimo.jpg

Fourth Pic
In our CJ Hunur POuch...
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u...007/pouch1.jpg

Fifth pic
Us in a Ellaroo Osaka deluxe Mei Tai
http://i171.photobucket.com/albums/u...007/meitai.jpg

Okay...tis all
LOL...

Umm Ibi
post #50 of 117
Thread Starter 
UmmIbi... what kind of onbu are you rockin' there?
post #51 of 117
here is me wearing my 11 month old son on vacation 4 months ago.
it's a new native...
http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...o/DSC01980.jpg
here's another one....
http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...yofslung-1.jpg

since he's gotten bigger i've invested in a kozy...here he is on my back!
http://i82.photobucket.com/albums/j2...o/DSC02401.jpg

i really enjoyed looking at all of you babywearing pics,
you ladies are lovely and you babes too!
post #52 of 117
Thread Starter 
Welcome Willowtree!

That's a beautiful green print Kozy (and your son! )
Jessica
post #53 of 117
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Originally Posted by TattooedMama View Post
UmmIbi... what kind of onbu are you rockin' there?
Hi, Its a Japanese made Onbuhimo, the Japanese ones are much smaller than American ones and I find them lighter and comfier. But becos they r so narrow, u need to do the strap over thigh tie as the child gets holder/heavier so their knees stay flexed.

http://www.babywearing.jp/netshop/itemlist/?item=onbu

Peppermint.com used to carry them, they might still have 1 or 2 still in stock but the above URl is for the company, i am going to order a few more in Sept directly from Japan via a friend who lives there currently...if your interested maybe we can do a split.

Umm Ibi
post #54 of 117
I had no idea anyone else practiced with their pets.

This is a photo of Kissa (KEE-suh, sort of), our cuddliest grrl-cat, in our first-ever sling, a fleece pouch I bought off the MDC Trading Post.

Please ignore the ridiculous shorts I'm wearing in the photo. I have no excuse.
post #55 of 117
Thread Starter 
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Originally Posted by frog View Post
I had no idea anyone else practiced with their pets.

This is a photo of Kissa (KEE-suh, sort of), our cuddliest grrl-cat, in our first-ever sling, a fleece pouch I bought off the MDC Trading Post.

Please ignore the ridiculous shorts I'm wearing in the photo. I have no excuse.

Ohhhh, she looks like my old cat, Veruca. And you are right about the shorts.







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post #56 of 117
I found some more pictures but am still missing a few carriers.

GM BBB
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...iaSky/f299.jpg

Hotsling

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...iaSky/dea8.jpg


Dyed Pom Ergo-the one in my other post is a Pinot Noir.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...uly2007205.jpg


Infant Patapum

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...iaSky/2fef.jpg


Toddler Patapum-no SlipSkinz

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v9...may2007010.jpg
post #57 of 117
http://i115.photobucket.com/albums/n...29055_ORIG.jpg

DD and I modeling a ring sling I made for a girl.
post #58 of 117
Quote:
The quotes on your pictures had me laughing so loud that I woke up ds. It was hilarious!!
Quote:
Brittany, I have not laughed that hard out loud in quite some time. Ollie's blog is simply hilarious. No pressure for more funniness or anything, but you've been bookmarked!
Yay! thanks ladies, that's so cool that you liked it. I live to entertain.
post #59 of 117
Look at all these happy babies and happy mamas!! It's beautiful!

I love being a babywearing ambassador...at the airport this morning to pick up friends I sold a mama on bw'ing (for her daughter who is in labor right now).
post #60 of 117
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Originally Posted by TattooedMama View Post
I wish I had a big fluffy kitty that was mai tai trained.
What kind of MT is that Teacup9?
Brand unknown. I purchased it from someone who can't remember. It was sort of an impulse buy and I I realize now that it will be rare for me to reach for any sort of bold pattern. Too much potential conflict with an outfit. I have a black strap with black brocade and a simple pattern (used) from mei tai baby on it's way to me. I hope that one works for me but I am not letting the cats near it! They don't get along with black. I noticed they love to chase the straps though so that may be a problem.
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