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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    Slightly off topic but this thread reminded me of something that popped up for me the other day. I really needed to pee while I was out shopping with 9 week old DD in a stretchy wrap... so, is it usual to pee whilst wearing a baby? What if I need to poo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    Slightly off topic but this thread reminded me of something that popped up for me the other day. I really needed to pee while I was out shopping with 9 week old DD in a stretchy wrap... so, is it usual to pee whilst wearing a baby? What if I need to poo?

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    I've been lucky enough not to need the loo when out wearing but at home I just go. Gives ds the giggles!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    Slightly off topic but this thread reminded me of something that popped up for me the other day. I really needed to pee while I was out shopping with 9 week old DD in a stretchy wrap... so, is it usual to pee whilst wearing a baby? What if I need to poo?

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    There was a huge thread on this exact topic on an fb babywearing page. Nearly everyone said that they just go. I've had to before too. I just used the parents room so I didn't have to stand inline with everyone looking at me like 'ahhh where is she going to hang the baby?!'

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    Quote Originally Posted by Whirligig View Post
    Ergo on the front and backpack on the back. I look like some weird, double sided turtle, but it works! lol
    This!!!

    I am apart of the 'Weird double sides turtle' club too!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Albert01 View Post
    Slightly off topic but this thread reminded me of something that popped up for me the other day. I really needed to pee while I was out shopping with 9 week old DD in a stretchy wrap... so, is it usual to pee whilst wearing a baby? What if I need to poo?

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    Pee away I say!

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    I use the toilet while wearing. I do have trouble pulling pants back up when I have my stretchy on, it's not as bad with the ergo.

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    Ahhhhh, the relief of knowing I am not alone with the peeing thing.

    Baby-wearing and carrying stuff? I bought a backpack quick smart, a nice one, but definitely the functional Mummy and less yummy than Mummy would like.


 

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