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  1. Parenting
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  2. Babywearing
    <p>It's hard enough as it is, but DD HATES it when I try to wrap her. I can barely get her on my back before she wigs out and squirms. There is no way possible to put her on my back to wrap her.  She is fine on my back in the ergo and mei tai, but I just bought a gorgeous wrap and I really want...
  3. Babywearing
    <p> </p> <p>I am expecting my third child very soon and plan to wear them as I did my first two. Since my first daughter our adventures in babywearing have taken us from a simple pouch sling (still handy in a pinch) to wraps/mei tais, you name it. We are quite interested in the possibilities of...
  4. Babywearing
    <p>Okay - AP is new to me within the last year (beginning of pregnancy with DD). I wore DS (33 mo) a bit as a baby but more out of practicality than having any clue about the benefits of babywearing. I had a Snugli (I know everybody hates these!) for him, and I kept it for DD. I realized...
  5. Babywearing
    <p>Does anyone have any recomendationds for a good back carrier ? Have you had better experiances with a frame carrier or a soft carrier? </p> <p>I have Lupus and scoliosis, so that makes wearing any type of carrier hard. DH will be the main one wearing it. We are both small people ( 5'4" and...
  6. Babywearing
    <p>Hello!</p> <p> </p> <p>I've been reading about babywearing and really want to do this with my baby! I'm expecting my first in a couple of months. Where I live most people use strollers or those backpack-style carriers, and I'm not a fan of either. When I looked around for alternatives I was...
  7. Babywearing
    <p>Hi - DH and I have three boys, ages 9, 7 and 3.5. We like to do a lot of walking and hiking. Lately we've been doing moderate hikes in the 3 to 4 mile range. The older kids can manage the entire walk at a good pace, but of course the 3.5 yo cannot.</p> <p> </p> <p>DH has been carrying him on...
  8. Babywearing
    <p>I am starting a new job in a baby room (mostly worked with toddlers and older before) and I am looking for a recommendation for hands free wearing. I will be caring for other babies and want to have another (cheap) option for keeping the babies happy!</p>
  9. Babywearing
    <p>My babe is killing my back. I've been a huge fan of my Babyhawk since DD1 was a little one and have been carrying the current DD (9 months) in it since she was just a few days old. However, this one has a really bad habit that her sis didn't when she's on my back: she pulls her arms out of...
  10. Babywearing
    <p>I wear my 3 month old for almost all of his 3 naps a day (in a beco carrier).  I'm wondering what issues I am setting myself up for in the future and possible solutions, now or in the future.  I find it so easy to use the beco as a nap place so I can go outside and play with my older kid (2...
  11. Babywearing
    <p>It seems like there are so many options these days I don't even know where to begin. I have an 8 yr old and a 6 yr old and a 2 month old. It didn't seem like there were as many options before. My 8 yr old lived in an over the shoulder baby holder until she was about 2. I know they seem so...
  12. Babywearing
    <p>Hi everyone,</p> <p> </p> <p>I have owned a few carriers, but mostly used my padded ring sling due to comfort and the variety of positions for baby (and toddler!) I also had a hotsling (pretty but not very comfy or versatile and the fit was never quite right as you couldn't easily adjust it...
  13. Babywearing
    <p>I have a Beco butterfly (the one where the child can't face outward) and would like to expand my carrier collection. I have credit at babiesrus and they sell an infantino Mai Tei. Is it too similar to the Beco to be worth it? My ds is 3 months old and we wear her for most of her naps and...
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  15. Babywearing
    <p>Hi, my daughter is 20lbs, 11 months old.  I carry her everywhere, all the time and my arms are killing me lol.  I want to do babywearing with her, and I have heard good things about the Hotsling, and it is pretty reasonably priced too.  I want to carry her on my hip in this sling.</p>...
  16. Babywearing
    <p>where's a good spot to sell my pikkolo carrier, barely used? I'm in canada...</p>
  17. Babywearing
    <p>Hi Mamas,</p> <p> </p> <p>My little one is 7 months old and loves to be worn. Our two favorite carriers are the Ergo and the Bjorn and she'll hang out in either for hours. I love babywearing too and am rarely happier than when we're out and about snuggling. I never thought anyone could ever...
  18. Babywearing
    <p>I have a nice Moby but I don't how much longer it will be comfy for us. I'm looking on CL for a new carrier. I've worn an Ergo before as a nanny with a little baby and really liked it. My son is 3 months and 15 pounds. The Ergo goes up to 40 pounds so that's a good choice for weight. The...
  19. Babywearing
    <p>I use the Beco for outings with my 3 week old.  The weather is cold so she is usually bundled up when we use the Beco.  She likes the tummy to tummy position with her legs scrunched up (like she is in a swaddle).  At home when we are inside, I find the Beco to be a bit too much.  I'd love...
  20. Babywearing
    <p>I've been doing a lot of researching and, with typical irony, am even more confused than ever about what carrier I'd like to get. I'm on a budget, so the right choice is very important; this will be the only baby carrier I will use for her first six months. I also don't have a baby-related...
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