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    Default Baby wearing when pregnant?

    Probably a random question but can you still babywear when pregnant? I'm only just pregnant so know its fine now, but what about as bub grows? I still wear ds (2 in December) quite often on my back and am worries the strap could hurt bub?

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    I wore my DS right up until the day before I had DS2. There's 17 months between them. I back carried using my ergo and just put the waist band below my belly. It was very comfortable.

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    Thanks ladies. I do back carry majority of the time in an ergo, was just worried before my belly gets up high enough, that where the strap goes will be right across my uterus. I'll see how it feels it's fine when dh is with me as he's happy to wear him. He can't really walk further than 50 metres or so without getting tired.,,


 

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