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#1 of 3 Old 11-05-2004, 09:09 PM - Thread Starter
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DD does not like the cradle hold in any of my slings. She is much happier facing me or facing out. So anyway, when I have her little legs tucked up beneath her, she grunts because they are pushing on her tummy. She also grunts when I am changing her dipe and lift her legs to wipe her butt - I guess she is just a pudge. Any tips?
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My ds was like this, too. I had to wear him tummy-to-tummy until he gradually outgrew it, still has problems sometimes. As for changing diapers, have you tried rolling her to one side instead of lifting her legs up? Hopefully it won't last long!

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both of my kids have been sling grunters. they always seemed comfy but they grunted whenever they fell asleep. so strange.
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