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Old 06-15-2003, 04:25 AM - Thread Starter
 
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Hi all! I finally got the twin pictures up. Darcy and Saige are five months old today, and in honor of that, they have a special place in my new photoblog: ).http://www.slolane.org/photoblog

If you want to see their birth pictures, just click on January under the archives section
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just beautiful pictures and beautiful girls! they are incredible!
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Beautiful pictures! I just love the double sling picture. They look so content Thank you for sharing

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Your babies are sooooo beautiful!

Whenever I see pictures of other twin babies it makes me feel so much less alone.



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Gorgeous babies!
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They are so precious!!!!! Thanks for sharing the pictures
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Gorgeous babies...and I LOVE their names!

BTW...what type of sling do you use? I have two OTSBH's but find they are a bit too bulky to double sling with. Any suggestions????

Karen - Mama to Haven (9/00) , Lillie & Faith (MZ - 12/02) and my first homebirthed baby, Willa (3/08)
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Old 06-27-2003, 07:23 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Thanks everyone! I use the New Native slings. They are wonderfully compact, but what you gain in ease that way you lose in comfort somewhat--they do dig into your shoulder after a while. Best for shorter walks, I think, not major hikes.

P.S. Note that you can get them at a discount
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I like the maya wrap. It isn't bulky but it does have a buckle so I could adjust it and pull my little guys in more secure. When I had a sling without a buckle I felt as though I still had to hold onto my munchkin (my 1st child). I got the maya wraps the second time around. I agree about the compactness of both!!!
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Why thank you!



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