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Old 10-13-2010, 04:07 PM - Thread Starter
 
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And why?

I'm looking for a water carrier for this new baby, primarily for the shower but when summer comes I'll definitely be using it in the pool a lot!

Also, any specific brand recommendations would be great.

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I don't know about brands but I would prefer a wrap. I find I can get a more secure carry especially when your babe is in the back arching stage.

You could probably make your own from solarveil

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my main thought is which carry would you use in a wrap? i mean may sound stupid but i would worry about drowning from the shower head.

i LOVE wraps so much more than slings personally...but i think they would be too tight to your wet body therefore getting water in their face/mouth

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What about a kangaroo - less squished into your body than a FWCC

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i LOVE wraps so much more than slings personally...but i think they would be too tight to your wet body therefore getting water in their face/mouth
My thoughts exactly. I much prefer wraps, but that exact reason is why I was debating if I should get a sling.

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Water ring sling....and this is from a momma who exclusively wraps any other time.

I didn't like the thought of having yards of wet fabric around me so this summer I bought a ring sling from Zany Toes. It's made of the same material as swim trunks & has built in UV protection.
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