cheese lover - I want to really like the rucksack because it's so quick, but I can never get comfy with that one More practice required! Or more wraps???
Tulip - OOH I've never heard of that one!!! I'm off to google it now
I was carrying LO in the Double Hammock until I discovered the Secure High Back Carry and am finding that one easier to do quickly. LO hates when I put her on my back, but is very happy once she's there. So I need something that gets her up there fast!
Also I find the SHBC carry easy for learning because you tie a half knot right away so don't have to worry about the whole thing loosening while you fumble with the rest!
Maybe we should post some links for these carries so people know what they are??
Double Hammock pretty much always. LO is 2 and half so it's all about multi layer carries. That and a BWCC (Back wrap cross carry) with ruck straps tied tibetan (TT).
I really don't like the look of chest belts/ruck straps and then something tied around my waist it makes my boobs look massive I also have a growing bump so yeah nothing round my waist. So yes a high DH or anything TT it is for me these days.
Tulip - I could only find a fuzzy demo of the CRBC. It looks kind of like the Double Rebozo Shoulder to Shoulder? That's another back carry that I love! I actually have LO in that one now and she's snoozing away!
Bayleaf - I don't really like TT either, but I find it soooo much comfier than ruckstraps. I wish I had these wraps when I was pg with my daughter - it would have made carrying LO#1 much easier. He was in a manduca and it got pretty pinchy around the waist! x
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