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02-04-2012 10:53 #11
02-04-2012 10:54 #12
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02-04-2012 10:57 #13
02-04-2012 10:58 #14
I don't really wear much at home, but a woven would be great for just wearing around the house once bub is too big for stretchie. I sold mine though after getting frustrated that I couldn't tie it on my back, I sold it to fund that Manduca I remember seeing photos of Thermie's bub up on her back getting around the house and being so jealous, but I just failed over and over again. haha
02-04-2012 11:06 #15
I do agree with the SSC being great for outside, I guess Im trying to work out what is safe (thanks for the pic) and comfy to use at home and I can actually use.
So what do you use at home (or suggest I use knowing my size etc) - a stretchy hug-a-bub? (or woven but I prob woldn't be able to use it?)
02-04-2012 11:20 #16
A woven is easy to tie on the front, just like a stretchie. It's only getting it up on your back that's tricky, and even that some people find easy, it's just me, I'm not very coordinated! Wovens are expensive though, which is why when I couldn't get it on my back I sold it so I could afford the Manduca, whereas Stretchies are cheap as chips. If you can afford to have both though, do it I did love my Woven for the breif time I had it, when I wasn't hating it coz I couldn't get it right that is. Haha
02-04-2012 11:21 #17
Caz u poor thing, you tried so hard
02-04-2012 11:23 #18
Another option is that pre made stretch wrap thing...Caz what are they called? The ones with the rings that everyone was using in the July11 group?
02-04-2012 11:37 #19
ok, since im bombarding you all with questions and picking your mum brains....
Do I need a pram as well with only one kid that I plan to mostly carry? Everyone is completely nuts about prams - there are soooooooooo many - I can't make heads nor tails of it. And travel systems?!?!?
I was kinda thinking of hiring a capsule for the car (its $99 for 3mths and $120 for 6mths)?? And not really worrying about a pram just for now?
02-04-2012 11:47 #20
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