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    also - this was the single best tip I got for getting back carries comfy
    http://www.showmeslings.co.uk/get-your-ruck-right/

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    So is the ruck supportive enough for a wriggly baby? My one year old can be a bit difficult when he reaches his threshold and although I really want to practice the ruck I'm terrified he's going to fall out in one of his dramatic flinging himself around moments. The other day on the train he was throwing himself around so much in the SHBC that he managed to twist himself so was all lopsided. Luckily he was covered enough that he couldn't escape but I'm not sure if one layer of a ruck would be OK?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nh2489 View Post
    So is the ruck supportive enough for a wriggly baby? My one year old can be a bit difficult when he reaches his threshold and although I really want to practice the ruck I'm terrified he's going to fall out in one of his dramatic flinging himself around moments. The other day on the train he was throwing himself around so much in the SHBC that he managed to twist himself so was all lopsided. Luckily he was covered enough that he couldn't escape but I'm not sure if one layer of a ruck would be OK?
    I'd stick to multi-pass carries, but mastering a ruck (high, tight, good seat) is kind of the first step to all of them.
    Double hammock or back wrap cross carry are really secure back carries with a base+1 size wrap

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