Wife to B since 6/2004, Mama to T (10/11) and C (8/13).
I would use a pretied cross carry, or- more often- tie when I got into a store or something similar. If you have a minivan, you can sometimes wrap on your knees in that.
The good news though is that a gira is an easy to wash wrap, and it's ok for them to touch the ground. Avoid oil slicks, but in the same way you might have to drive a stroller through a puddle occasionally, a wrap can be used in less than pristine conditions as well.
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