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Old 04-04-2005, 11:52 AM - Thread Starter
 
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If you have a daughter, have you carried her in the ergo with a dress on? (dress on your daughter I mean). I am assuming it wouldn't work. If the dress came up to her waist, would it feel too bunched up and uncomfortable?
Just trying to picture how you would carry a girl if she had a dress on. (especially an older toddler)
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You can just put her in and tuck the dress underneath her bottom, just like you would if carrying her on your hip.
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Thanks! I really had no idea about how to carry a baby on the hip in a dress because I'm expecting my first. I feel dumb, lol, but I guess you would never know unless you had a child.
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My dd wears a dress a lot and we do what reader says. Its just like sitting in a chair for her. HTH
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