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Punk_Barbie 2 kids; Texas 2884 posts
19th Jan '11
Quoting Landonswifey06:
jackiesue586 2 kids; Michigan 352 posts
19th Jan '11

.here is a really good blog that has a TON of information on different kinds of carriers and some carriers that are not recommended because of safety issues.



http://betterbabywearing.blogspot.com/
(its not my blog but i found it pretty helpful)

Anna Rae TTC since Sep 2013; 65 kids; 3 angel babies; PARADISE VLY, Pennsylvania 4534 posts
20th Jan '11
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jackiesue586 2 kids; Michigan 352 posts
20th Jan '11
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Ms. Swan 2 kids; St Paul, Minnesota 11328 posts
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20th Jan '11
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Sheri an aspiring hippie 19 kids; Nevada 3091 posts
20th Jan '11

Yea!!! I have been wondering about nursing in a carrier. I have the moby for home and a sling for when im out and about.

I have not tried nursing in it though. I have really large breasts and i have to support them when he feeds. Im wondering which of these things would be better for me to try nursing in? My 6 wk old is also 17lbs and 24in long. I dont know if a carrier will support him while bf because i cant nurse him sitting up my breasts are too big.(38 g)

any suggestions would be great!

Ms. Swan 2 kids; St Paul, Minnesota 11328 posts
20th Jan '11

<blockquote><b>Quoting **Sheri HBAC Graduate **:</b>“ Yea!!! I have been wondering about nursing in a carrier. I have the moby for home and a sling for when ... [snip!] ... will support him while bf because i cant nurse him sitting up my breasts are too big.(38 g) any suggestions would be great!”</blockquote>




I think the ring sling may be better for your breast size, but try the moby too bc it'll be more comfortable if u can get it down, maybe the cradle hold? Or the modified hug hold (listed on op...its the nursing in moby one) you could even try lower baby from kangaroo hold but I don't have very big b**bs and think your baby could be too bigs already to do that...lemme know what works for you!

HALLEY❈OKGFB*JEDI 1 child; Redding, California 14094 posts
20th Jan '11
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HALLEY❈OKGFB*JEDI 1 child; Redding, California 14094 posts
20th Jan '11
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