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    If you follow those guidelines they are safe. Hope that helps.

    And congratulations!!

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    First public back carry of my almost 3yo today. I have never seen anyone back carry in a woven in our town and only seen 1 other woven. Very successful and had a lady ask me about it - she did a bushwalk the other day and ended up carrying her little boy so has been researching. I think I might need to drop her in a list of FB pages.

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    I upgraded my first stretchy (a moby) for a woven at Christmas however I bought a Tula at the same time. My Tula gets used everyday. My woven is neatly braided hanging on the back of the door and has only been used twice...

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    Squeee! I have fallen down the rabbit hole, just bought my first handwoven!

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    Ooo looking to get my first woven for miss 11 months and was looking for some advice... I have my eye on the following... Any suggestions or advice based on her age and type of wrap? A Tula woven, a kokodai wonderland, a didymous indigo (sp) or a natibaby?? Please excuse typos! Miss 11 months likes to help thank u so much!

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    I bought a kokadi wonderland wrap and whilst I love the design I didn't really get on with wrapping. I bought it when my ds1 was about 11 months and tried various wraps but found it a bit faffy. So I chopped it up (v hard to bring myself to do!) to make into a ring sling as I knew I would use it more. Since having ds2 I've used it pretty much everyday and still love the design.
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    So currently I have a very serious babywearing dilemma. My stash includes 3 ring slings (water mesh sling, sakura silk sling and oscha linen blend woven), 1 manduca, 1 mei tai, 1 hug a bub, 1 size 5 natibaby hemp blend (haven), 1 size 6 vatanai 100% cotton (my first wrap) and 1 bebina zodiac Taurus size 6 100% cotton (best newborn wrap ever!!!). Ever since I was forced to improvise with a single bed sheet at mums house one night I have been thinking I need a short wrap as well. Having a hard time justifying it to myself and also working out what size and blend to get. I want it to do both my toddler and my 3 month old. So here is where I need help enablers:

    1) tell me why I need a short wrap
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    I don't know about blend but I use a size 4 regularly. We use a front carry. Oh and DD is 11 months.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkaroo View Post
    Ooo looking to get my first woven for miss 11 months and was looking for some advice... I have my eye on the following... Any suggestions or advice based on her age and type of wrap? A Tula woven, a kokodai wonderland, a didymous indigo (sp) or a natibaby?? Please excuse typos! Miss 11 months likes to help thank u so much!
    Hi Hun!!! Anything would work for her age.

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    @Tildy I would try some of the carries you can do with shorter wraps and see if you them. It really depends what carries you like doing. Personally I only ever double hammock past 4 or so months, so I still like a longer wrap. I don't like tying off at shoulder or knot less etc so shorter wraps don't do it for me. I occasionally use my size 2 linen blend to do a RRRR, but honestly mostly when just teaching at sling meets.

    I prefer hemp blends for bigger kids because I love the cush. Linen is very supportive but I find can get a bit diggy when they get heavier. That's just me though. My hemp didymos is my all time fave.

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