Starting my babywearing journey – what I wish I knew back then

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  1. The Hunting of the Wren
    Apr 17, 2013 @ 12:46:06

    I know what you mean – I get all enthusiastic to use a wrap or mei tai, spend 20min trying to get him in properly, then get frustrated and discard it in a temper for another few weeks until I try again. I also wish I’d used a wrap more when he was little (not that he was little for very long). For future reference, though! And I always take the pram when it’s raining, which is a lot of the time in Scotland. I can’t keep him dry in the carrier.

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  2. wildandwisdom
    Apr 17, 2013 @ 19:05:51

    Great information. I never knew about sling libraries. I really wanted to try more styles without spending money a ton of money, only to discover a particular sling wasn’t for me. I will definitely look into this before my next purchase. Thank you.

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