Have you tired tucking the wrap into her pants? That always helps me get a great seat. My favourite wrap is Didymos Nebbia. I think it is 40% linen and always amazes me with support and comfort. I did a loose double hammock as I was trying to be quick and DD slept there for an hours while I walked and caught a couple of buses and it didn't dig at all.
Thanks for the tip! I need to get better at putting her up on my back so I can tuck it in her pants on the ground. She's a terribly uncooperative wrappee! But she loves it once she's up especially if I let her look in the mirror
Hopefully I can get another pic with her in it later with a good seat
My LO is a leg straightener too - I get her seat really good and then she arches her back and pops her legs right out. So I pretty much have to keep one hand right on her bum at all times. I know I won't be able to keep this up as she gets bigger and stronger though - so I might go the wrap-in-pants route! x
Also I love your new wrap! Gorgeous!
Rmar - I've been looking for a linen fish too! Was looking at a caribe or nebbia.
I tucked it in her pants every time I wrapped her today running errands and it worked really well. She hated it but it was effective. My first carry was RTIF but I didn't like how it felt so I switched to a RRRR with a TT. I couldn't believe how many people were staring at us! I don't notice that much attention with the ergo. I wonder if they love my clematis as much as I do
I showed DH the B&W hemp Pfau and showed him what color I would dye it and he loved it! I may have convinced him that we'll need that wrap in the future. We'll see how I like the Louise Green, I may sell that one and get a thick wrap for winter. I told DH that I wanted to stay at around 3 wraps. He was happy to hear that
Oh I would love to see the hemp dyed green! I need a bit of colour in my wraps I think - they are mostly grey/grey-blue/black-white lol! If it is as gorgeous as I think I might consider dying my hemp indio ....
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