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    @LiterallyNoOne what is the difference between a cotton little frog woven or linen and cotton woven? Im looking at purchasing one but so confused!
    Also what size would suit if im size 10 160cm tall? I would like to wear for rucksack carry (if that's correct term?) And facing my chest.
    Hope u dont mind me picking your brain!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amyd View Post
    Attempted a double hammock today - big failure Maybe I should start with back carries.
    A double hammock is a low back carry I made the mistake of trying to wrap DS too high on my back and failed miserably

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    How big/heavy was your baby when you stopped using your stretchy and moved to a woven? My DS is 6 weeks and 5kg. I normally use a ring sling but over long periods of time it hurts my back. I finally got our moby wrap out yesterday and popped him in and it was so so much more comfortable over both of my shoulders but he didn't seem very comfortable
    My DS was around 2-3 months old I used an SSC until he was 4 months then started on women's

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    Quote Originally Posted by olismumma View Post
    @LiterallyNoOne what is the difference between a cotton little frog woven or linen and cotton woven? Im looking at purchasing one but so confused!
    Also what size would suit if im size 10 160cm tall? I would like to wear for rucksack carry (if that's correct term?) And facing my chest.
    Hope u dont mind me picking your brain!

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    That's ok I'd go for a sz 5 or 6 no short or longer. Depending on the age of your LO the cotton ones are softer and more suitable for young babies and the linen ones offer more support for babies that re above the 6 month mark although you can use them on younger babies too it helps for them to have been used a lot previously so they feel nice and soft

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    That's ok I'd go for a sz 5 or 6 no short or longer. Depending on the age of your LO the cotton ones are softer and more suitable for young babies and the linen ones offer more support for babies that re above the 6 month mark although you can use them on younger babies too it helps for them to have been used a lot previously so they feel nice and soft
    Thank u @LiterallyNoOne
    I was planning on using my hugabub when ds arrives then moving onto woven... so can a woven be used from newborn also?
    Would cotton little frog still be strong enough if I used from 6 months?
    I came across linen and cotton blend as apparently they stay cooler in summer?
    Im in Melbourne so dont want to be sweating all over bubs!!

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    Well I finally did it. My angelpack is for sale. Just on my local bw page. My sandy little frog sling is sold. Will bite the bullet and sell my mei tai next. Heaps hoping I like tulas!

    ♥ me & my little boy ♥

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    Quote Originally Posted by olismumma View Post
    Thank u @LiterallyNoOne
    I was planning on using my hugabub when ds arrives then moving onto woven... so can a woven be used from newborn also?
    Would cotton little frog still be strong enough if I used from 6 months?
    I came across linen and cotton blend as apparently they stay cooler in summer?
    Im in Melbourne so dont want to be sweating all over bubs!!

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    Tbh the little frog 100% cotton should be ok from 6 months too you can use a woven from birth but needs to be nice and soft. So wash iron and braid it a couple of times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Me&Smooches View Post
    Well I finally did it. My angelpack is for sale. Just on my local bw page. My sandy little frog sling is sold. Will bite the bullet and sell my mei tai next. Heaps hoping I like tulas!

    ♥ me & my little boy ♥
    Angel packs are cute! You'll like the Tula I've never ever seen anyone complain yet

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    Quote Originally Posted by LiterallyNoOne View Post
    My DS was around 2-3 months old I used an SSC until he was 4 months then started on women's
    Hmm. Maybe I need to keep practising how I wrap it then!
    Those that actually wrap (I'm learning still!) do I have him too high? This is when he first went in and he wriggled and slid lower after a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by #Mama View Post
    Hmm. Maybe I need to keep practising how I wrap it then!
    Those that actually wrap (I'm learning still!) do I have him too high? This is when he first went in and he wriggled and slid lower after a while.

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    Just a tad high here's a pic of how low my DS sits
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    The more you wrap the better you get looks great though

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