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KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59253 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting MarissaPayne:" Jersey knit is good for DIY moby's :)"


sweet! thanks :D

MarissaPayne 2 kids; British Columbia 9949 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Kelly +2 ERF/EH!:" I'd still be using it for a front carry though. He likes looking up at me and laughing so I dont know if I'll ever do a back carry."


Well if you will mainly use it for front carries then it would be great for you! $80 is a really reasonable price for a carrier.

Mother of Broccoli. 1 child; California 12595 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting KNZ.:" the first time i saw this in your other thread, i didn't even see her behind you ahaha"


When I posted that picture on my FB, a couple people said the same! Haha it's because she's so white and blurry :P

Kelly +2 ERF/EH! 18 kids; Valdosta, Georgia 18072 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting MarissaPayne:" Well if you will mainly use it for front carries then it would be great for you! $80 is a really reasonable price for a carrier."

You think so? I love your photos on your page. Just beautifulllll!

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting MarissaPayne:" It's a kokadi woven wrap, the model is called Ela im wunderland. Unfortunately it was a limited release ... [snip!] ... it was a limited release and cost me a pretty penny to get :P They do have pink and turquoise ones in the same design though!"


It is pretty awesome. I love how it looks like a pretty shirt they way it is wrapped.

Devil Duckie 3 kids; New York 48700 posts
23rd Feb '13

D slings didn't work for me. I didn't wear my 2nd because it was a major pain in the ass w/ my first. This one, I want to. We're getting a Ergo or boba.

KNZ. 3 kids; Washington 59253 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Mother of Broccoli.:" When I posted that picture on my FB, a couple people said the same! Haha it's because she's so white and blurry :P"


so hilarious :D

MarissaPayne 2 kids; British Columbia 9949 posts
23rd Feb '13

This is my current "stash" of carriers. I am pre-ordering a few more in the next few days :)



Oh goodness I bet it would help if I added the picture, LOL.



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Cakes. 1 child; Michigan 2763 posts
23rd Feb '13

Yay! I love babywearing :). I have an Infantino Sash Mei Tai infant carrier. DD loves it and I think it's such a great way to bond with your baby, not to mention it's a life saver when you need to get shit done but baby won't let you put her down haha.



I don't have any pictures of me wearing DD...for some reason, but I'll update with some soon.

1inpink2inblue Switzerland 11961 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting MarissaPayne:" This is my current "stash" of carriers. I am pre-ordering a few more in the next few days :) Oh goodness I bet it would help if I added the picture, LOL. "


They are pretty. Honestly I didn't even know you could wear your baby on your back like that with a wrap. I am seeing stuff right now that is blowing my mind :shock:.

Miss. Dee. ox Due July 3 (girl); 3 kids; Hartford, Vermont 4516 posts
23rd Feb '13

I need to find a carrier that is good for plus size women, good for heavy babies and isn't too expensive. I was looking at some that were reccommended & it was like $120!

Mama Lizzy :] 1 child; Texas 5575 posts
23rd Feb '13

Still wearing my 15 month old everyday :D....beco butterfly 2.



Thinking of upgrading soon tho cuz it has a tiny ass hood and he can't take naps in it comfy

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
23rd Feb '13

Ooh yay! I can't posy any pics from my phone but I will in the AM.
funny but OP I saw your pic on BWLS on Facebook earlier. The sweetheart neckline wrap lol.



I have a 2.5 yr old and a 16 month old. Right now we only have a homemade ring sling which I never use and an Action Baby Toddler carrier which I just got today but already love.



I want a woven so bad but they're too expensive :( I'm trying to sell one of my camera lenses to fund my first woven though.



Love all the pictures!

MarissaPayne 2 kids; British Columbia 9949 posts
23rd Feb '13
Quoting Baby Making Machine.:" I need to find a carrier that is good for plus size women, good for heavy babies and isn't too expensive. I was looking at some that were reccommended & it was like $120! "


Ergo, Beco, Boba, ect are the standard SSC's and I believe you can get waist extenders for most, and they usually average around $100 used. You can do a DIY woven wrap with Onasburg material for under $100.

.free. 2 kids; Arkansas 36040 posts
23rd Feb '13

<blockquote><b>Quoting Baby Making Machine.:</b>" I need to find a carrier that is good for plus size women, good for heavy babies and isn't too expensive. I was looking at some that were reccommended & it was like $120! "</blockquote>
With babywearing you really get what you pay for, and to get something thats structurally sound you're going to have to pay a bit more :(