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Baby wrap or carrier for large busted mom. B♥Z 2 kids; Williamsport, Maryland 14245 posts
9th Apr '12

Does anyone know of any wraps/carriers that are comfortable if you have larger breasts?



I never wore my DD when she was little because it was so uncomfortable for the both of us.

~RJ~DG~AS~ 4 kids; Conroe, Texas 16669 posts
9th Apr '12

Moby. I used it with my daughter and my b**bs got up to an H and it was great

My Brain On Drugs TTC since Sep 2013; 33 kids; Elephant Butte, New Mexico 15751 posts
9th Apr '12

Use an Ergo and do the back carry...or some other carrier with a back carry option.

john casey (mtka) 3 kids; Bradley, Illinois 21994 posts
9th Apr '12

im a 32 f and i love my beco. i van wear him for hours and it doesnt hurt

MarissaPayne 2 kids; British Columbia 9949 posts
9th Apr '12

Woven wrap for sure!

*Mrs Cherry* 21 kids; Colorado Springs, Colorado 10450 posts
9th Apr '12

The moby wrap was great because it was so adjustable. I never could get the hang of nursing them in it though I always felt like I might smother them. I'm a F cup.

~RJ~DG~AS~ 4 kids; Conroe, Texas 16669 posts
9th Apr '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting *Mrs Cherry*:</b>" The moby wrap was great because it was so adjustable. I never could get the hang of nursing them in it though I always felt like I might smother them. I'm a F cup."</blockquote>




I could never nurse in my Moby either. I just couldn't figure jt out

~*~ expecting #4 ~*~ Due October 26; 3 kids; Ottawa, Ontario 4596 posts
9th Apr '12

I was looking at Moby wraps online today too LOL.. I really want to get one but my baby is gonna be born in the fall/beginning of winter and I live in Canada so it would be too cold. I have a insulated carrier but I want a Mody wrap!!!! Wahhhh!