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#31 of 51 Old 04-25-2008, 02:54 PM
 
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Ok, dd#1 was a cranky baby (LOL--she has turned out to be the most fabulous almost 2 yo, so I feel I can say that openly now!) so I babywore constantly and became a TBW FSOT addict. So I have a healthy stash already:

Moby Wrap (LOVE it for little ones!)
3 Ringslings-- all made from slingified wraps. 2 didy indios SBP RS and 1 Tokyo Hopp SBP RS
4 wraps of various lengths-- 3 are didymos and 1 storch
1 babyhawk mei tei with headrest
1 denim organic ergo
1 hemp hotsling in approximately DH's size


I really did use ALL of these a LOT with dd, now we mainly use the ergo, which dh wears, b/c dd is a HUGE 2 yo, I was on restriction in the early part of this pg not to even LIFT dd, and her sitter uses a stroller.

The only thing from our stash that doesn't get love is our hemp hotsling. That was the only thing I'd bought and planned to use for dd#1-- I had a 'pool' hotsling for summer for me, and a hemp hotsling for dh. Neither of us got on well with the HS. I sold mine, and will probably sell dh's as well when I get around to it. I don't know why I couldn't find love for the HS--always seemed uncomfortable and hard to get dd in and out of. I found it WAY easier to tie a wrap, lol! I could even get dd on my back into a nice back carry by myself (JBC), but I can't seem to manage a hotsling, lol! So I must be crazy, I definitely don't seem to be within the norm finding the HS so much more difficult than a wrap, lol. I think maybe it was the wrong size? but I moved on to different things instead of trying to figure it out.

But, also, if you are new to babywearing, I would definitely try different carriers if you feel awkward with what you've bought--I ended up LOVING wearing my daughter, it has truly been one of the most important bonding parts of our first year, but it took awhile b/c I really had a hard time with the supposedly 'easy' hotsling. So, don't give up.

Here's dd, at 9 months, in our havana indio didy in a front cross carry:

http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m...IMG_3061-1.jpg

And, sleeping in our lilac indio wrap:

http://i105.photobucket.com/albums/m...a/IMG_2643.jpg
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I need babywearing help! With dd, I had an over the shoulder baby holder, which I rarely used because it never felt like she was going to stay up. Maybe I just didn't let myself get used to it.

Anyway, as usual, we are pretty broke, but since we have very few items to buy for this baby (plus my sisters want to know what large items they can buy us), I would love to try some other types. This is great to see pictures! I would love any input, especially on what *not* to buy.
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I need babywearing help! With dd, I had an over the shoulder baby holder, which I rarely used because it never felt like she was going to stay up. Maybe I just didn't let myself get used to it.

Anyway, as usual, we are pretty broke, but since we have very few items to buy for this baby (plus my sisters want to know what large items they can buy us), I would love to try some other types. This is great to see pictures! I would love any input, especially on what *not* to buy.
I started with a Nojo (one size padded ring sling like the Over the Shoulder Baby Holder) because I had no idea what was out there. Later I bought an OTHBH in medium but I could never get it tight enough...I actually needed a small. I think you may have had an OTSBH that was too big and that's why it felt like she wasn't going to stay up....that's how I felt with my medium.

An OTSBH is a great ring sling for newborns and babies IMO. A wrap or a mei tai carrier is also great! The Moby wrap http://www.mobywrap.com/ and the Kozy mei tai carriers http://kozycarrier.homestead.com/ are pretty popular choices for newborns and up.

You could also make your own no sew wrap: http://wearyourbaby.com/Default.aspx?tabid=121

If you sew, you could make your own mei tai too:
http://www.sleepingbaby.net/jan/Baby/asian.html

The Baby Wearer website is awesome to read the reviews and read the forums:
http://www.thebabywearer.com/

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I have a maya wrap (haven't seen it in awhile, I need to find it) and 2 WAHM-made ring slings. I bought the first when I had Holden to use as a backup for when the maya wrap was dirty (we were in an apartment then without a w/d and sometimes laundry was backed up a few days). The second I bought when I found out I was pregnant. It's got this funky batik material that i love.

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I started with a Nojo (one size padded ring sling like the Over the Shoulder Baby Holder) because I had no idea what was out there. Later I bought an OTHBH in medium but I could never get it tight enough...I actually needed a small. I think you may have had an OTSBH that was too big and that's why it felt like she wasn't going to stay up....that's how I felt with my medium.

An OTSBH is a great ring sling for newborns and babies IMO. A wrap or a mei tai carrier is also great! The Moby wrap http://www.mobywrap.com/ and the Kozy mei tai carriers http://kozycarrier.homestead.com/ are pretty popular choices for newborns and up.

You could also make your own no sew wrap: http://wearyourbaby.com/Default.aspx?tabid=121

If you sew, you could make your own mei tai too:
http://www.sleepingbaby.net/jan/Baby/asian.html

The Baby Wearer website is awesome to read the reviews and read the forums:
http://www.thebabywearer.com/

Oooh, thanks for all the resources. I'm pretty big (height and weight), so I never really thought that the large was too big for me, but maybe so. I was also thinking that i might practice with a sack of flour or something before baby gets here.

So, I was checking out the no sew wrap. How do you use it? Are all wraps worn the same way and I could just look up some instructions? Thanks for being so patient with my ignorance.
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Oooh, thanks for all the resources. I'm pretty big (height and weight), so I never really thought that the large was too big for me, but maybe so. I was also thinking that i might practice with a sack of flour or something before baby gets here.

So, I was checking out the no sew wrap. How do you use it? Are all wraps worn the same way and I could just look up some instructions? Thanks for being so patient with my ignorance.
There are several ways to wear a wrap. I've only used the back carry as I didn't try one til she was 18 mos so I never tried the front carry. Here's a website that has great wrapping instructions
http://www.mobywrap.com/t-instructions.aspx

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Ok, I just got the last of my stash in the mail today from a friend. I have:

1 Small Padded Over the Shoulder Organic Baby Holder
1 Large Padded Kangaroo Korner Ring Sling -for Dh
1 Medium Unpadded Pretty Mama Organic Ring Sling
1 Small Unpadded Solarveil Kangaroo Korner Ring Sling
1 Small Pea in a Pod Hemp Pouch
1 Sm/Md Pea in a Pod Hemp Pouch
1 Gypsy Mama Bali Baby Stretch Wrap
1 Moby Wrap
1 Guatemalan made Woven Wrap
1 Mei Tei Carrier that I made

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My stash for this pregnancy...

First and foremost my hug-a-bub! Loved it with ds and can't wait to wrap up the new babe.

My babyhawk mei tai. I have a few in my store right now and will probably swipe one of those for me. I have one currently but I lend it out a lot for trying on. I am waiting to find out if it is a girl or boy before I decide on the style.

Of course my ergo. Can't live without that one in the one year and over stage. another picture of my "current" ergo (also cranberry colored) My hubby is the one on the right.

My Karma Baby Sling. For short trips and quick "ins and outs" of stores, etc.

I am also giving the bundleboo a try for the first time with this one. I haven't used it with infants at all yet but my toddler son really likes it. He is just getting too big for me to carry. I am a petite woman and he is almost 4. I wish I could still carry him more...

That's my list to start. I will likely look into more later too. I LOVE trying out different carriers.

I will try to find some pictures to post a little later. Can't find and pictures of the hug-a-bub. I know I have some but they are no longer on my computer...

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I currently have:
1 twill ring sling from this WAHM, Sleeping Baby Productions
1 Sakura Bloom linen ring sling
1 Babyhawk

I plan to also get a soft-structured carrier like the Ergo before baby gets here and I registered for a couple of pouches.

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This was a few weeks ago now, when mothering was doing site upgrades so I never got around to posting the pictures. They were both really comfortable in different ways. Here is my review on the babywearer.com

Beco side view
Beco Back view
Mei Tai

Anyone else baby wearing this pregnancy?

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My 19month old likes to walk a ton, but I do sling her in church. Just a plain old ring sling, which seems to be fine for the length of time. I am going to bring my mei tei berry picking and may put her on my back...we shall see...
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I would be but he is just getting too big and heavy for me. He is currently almost 1/3 of my body weight and half my height at least! I do wear him for short times now and then, mostly when I am showing someone how to use a carrier he wants in for his snuggle time. He knows how great it feels to be carried by mommy in his comfy carriers!

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I love bw'ing too! I'm the leader to the group in my area! I love carriers and I have lots. I have a ton of pouches, a couple ring slings, a couple wraps, quite a few MT's, and 1 SSC. I need to up load the latest pic of me wearing ds at the zoo last Sat. in my new custom Kinder Carry MT! I love it!

Here are some older pics that I have on the computer right now:
My custom AngelPack:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics414-1.jpg
Mei Tai Baby:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics153-1.jpg
DH in pouches I made:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...s053edit-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics167-1.jpg
Tobias didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics332-1.jpg
Jan didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics098-1.jpg
My pouches:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...lings221-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics129-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...pflopedit1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...uly06003-1.jpg
Bw'ing around 36 weeks pg w/ ds1:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...ingpics039.jpg

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This was a few weeks ago now, when mothering was doing site upgrades so I never got around to posting the pictures. They were both really comfortable in different ways. Here is my review on the babywearer.com

Beco side view
Beco Back view
Mei Tai

Anyone else baby wearing this pregnancy?
I have been lurking on this thread, checking out all the pictures. In this post the carriers you are wearing look so similar to me. Two-shouldered, soft structured, right? What made you decide on one over the other on the given day?

I have a maya wrap that I like when ds was little but as he grew I got a little weary with the one shoulder carry.
I moved to a sutemi pack and really liked it. IMO it looks a lot like the Beco Butterfly.
I just got a Beco Obi, that I am excited about and I am considering a Babyhawk.
So what Mei Tai brand are you wearing in the last picture?

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i have a moby wrap and a mei tie

i will be buying a sling and the ergo very soon but that is my stash nothing exciting

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I just got this zolo wear sling from one of my best rollerbuddies. I love it and can't wait to use it!
http://zolowear.com/ProductDetail.aspx?ColorID=231
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I love bw'ing too! I'm the leader to the group in my area! I love carriers and I have lots. I have a ton of pouches, a couple ring slings, a couple wraps, quite a few MT's, and 1 SSC. I need to up load the latest pic of me wearing ds at the zoo last Sat. in my new custom Kinder Carry MT! I love it!

Here are some older pics that I have on the computer right now:
My custom AngelPack:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics414-1.jpg
Mei Tai Baby:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics153-1.jpg
DH in pouches I made:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...s053edit-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics167-1.jpg
Tobias didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics332-1.jpg
Jan didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics098-1.jpg
My pouches:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...lings221-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics129-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...pflopedit1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...uly06003-1.jpg
Bw'ing around 36 weeks pg w/ ds1:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...ingpics039.jpg

beautiful!!!!!!

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I have been lurking on this thread, checking out all the pictures. In this post the carriers you are wearing look so similar to me. Two-shouldered, soft structured, right? What made you decide on one over the other on the given day?
They are very similar to anyone looking but when they are on they really do feel and fit very differently. Also they each have their own learning curve. I personally like my Mei Tai better(but the beco was very comfortable also!) and so does my DD. Not sure why she likes it better, I am assuming it is more comfortable for her but if she is asked which one she wants to be in she will choose the Mei Tai. I can get the Mei Tai on faster and it stores MUCH better in the bottom of my diaper bag! The Beco or any other soft structured carrier (like the ergo) is in my opinion too big to carry in you diaper bag on a regular basis. My Mei Tai is bigger than my pouch but it still fits well.

also check out the review link in my orignal post I went into a lot of detail about how each fit me differently in that thread.

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I have a maya wrap that I like when ds was little but as he grew I got a little weary with the one shoulder carry.
Did you have a maya wrap ring sling?

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I moved to a sutemi pack and really liked it. IMO it looks a lot like the Beco Butterfly.
I have never used a sutemi pack but their are a lot of different brands that look to the outsider a lot alike but their are slight differences in especially the cut of the back panel where the babe sits, the strap padding/length and the waist strap padding/length. Those differences will make a huge difference to the wearer over time. For example I do not fit in an Ergo, I am just too short waisted and petite. The shoulder straps don't have enough adjustment for my body type.

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I just got a Beco Obi, that I am excited about and I am considering a Babyhawk.
Ooooh I saw that in a baby store the other day and it did peak my interest, I would like to hear how you like it once the babe comes

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So what Mei Tai brand are you wearing in the last picture?
Babyhawk
I bought it second hand off thebabywearer.com for a steal. the only thing it is missing that a lot of moms like is the headrest. I would surely check their first before you buy a brand new one since they are $$$$$.

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I love bw'ing too! I'm the leader to the group in my area! I love carriers and I have lots. I have a ton of pouches, a couple ring slings, a couple wraps, quite a few MT's, and 1 SSC. I need to up load the latest pic of me wearing ds at the zoo last Sat. in my new custom Kinder Carry MT! I love it!

Here are some older pics that I have on the computer right now:
My custom AngelPack:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics414-1.jpg
Mei Tai Baby:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics153-1.jpg
DH in pouches I made:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...s053edit-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics167-1.jpg
Tobias didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics332-1.jpg
Jan didy:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics098-1.jpg
My pouches:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...lings221-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...gpics129-1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...pflopedit1.jpg
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...uly06003-1.jpg
Bw'ing around 36 weeks pg w/ ds1:
http://i20.photobucket.com/albums/b2...ingpics039.jpg
Jealous!

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I have an OTSBH that I actually have used since my 8 yr old was a babe.

I LOVE my Kangaroo Korner adjustable fleece pouch, especially for the small infant stage. I wonder if it will be too warm though, since this is my first summer baby.

I also have a Moby wrap, an Ergo, and a Kozy Mei Tei. The Ergo has worked great even up to age 3. Personally, I prefer the slings and pouches I can just throw on and go. The tying on of the Mei Tei and Moby is a pain, to me.
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Did you have a maya wrap ring sling?
Yep, I loved my ring sling in those early days but as I tried to do more I wanted a two shoulder carry.

I am excited about the Obi for "popability" I think I will prefer it to a pouch but we'll see.

I think I will eventually get a Babyhawk. I think they are so beautiful.
I am not petite but I prefer the Babyhawk options to the Ergo or Kozy.

Thanks for all the help

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