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I am staying home next semester because I"m taking online classes but and I need a way to carry my dd during the day while I'm doing house work or on the computer. She likes to be on the floor but when she's cranky or tired it's all me. LOL. I have a cotton ring sling. What are some positons I could try? Also, is a wrap really hard to do by yourself? I was thinking of trying a wrap...
 

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Um...sorry to sound dumb but what exactly does ABC stand for?
 

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It stands for Asian Baby Carrier, like a Mei Tai. That might be a good alternative for you.<br><br>
As for wraps being difficult on your own, it kind of depends on the wrap and also your level of patience/frustration/intuition, you know? I think a stretchy wrap, like a Moby, is pretty easy. To start, I would look at these links and see what you think.<br>
Scroll down and you'll see links for wraps and also ring sling positions:<br><a href="http://www.thebabywearer.com/lists/HowTo.htm" target="_blank">http://www.thebabywearer.com/lists/HowTo.htm</a>
 

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i was thinkin the same thing. nak
 
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