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I just got a gypsymama wrap and have figured out the "wrap cross carry". Dd likes it, but I'm wondering if I can safely use that method with her facing out? She really wants to see the world these days... and I want to make sure we're being safe since I'm new to the world of wraps.<br><br>
Any advice for us is much appreciated!
 

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go to <a href="http://www.wearyoubaby.com" target="_blank">www.wearyoubaby.com</a>, they had endless instructions...i think you can do it. call the owner of gypsy mama, i hear she is really awesome, she could probably tell you...<br>
have you tried a high back carry?
 

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Yep you can wear her facing out, but you need to make sure that there is a tie around her belly under her arms so that she doesn't fall sideways. We also like the budda position (crosslegged facing forward) and do the back wrap cross type combo on front.<br><br>
HTH!
 

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<img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/smile.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="smile"> I was also curious because I'll be nannying starting next week for a baby girl who'll be 13 weeks at that point & I'll also have my son with me.<br><br>
The link is <a href="http://www.wearyourbaby.com" target="_blank">www.wearyourbaby.com</a>
 

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Thanks... that helps a lot!
 
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