I'm looking into getting a wrap for this bub as I had a sling for ds and only wore it once as it hurt my back. I have heard that the wraps are best for sore backs and for newborns.
I didn't realise there was so much to it! Which type to I get? I thought my question was just going to be should I get a hug a bub or a sleepy baby wrap? but now I realise there are woven ones and ones that are better for beginners.
I'm confused :/ which one do I get?
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25-04-2012 19:30 #1
Baby wraps. So confused
25-04-2012 19:51 #2
Check out the attachment/natural parenting section. I can't rate a stretchy wrap highly enough for new babies up to about 7kgs. I have scoliosis and neck issues and I can wear DD for hours in my sleepy wrap. I'm upgrading to a woven soon though.
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25-04-2012 20:09 #3
Ah that's where all the info is I was looking in product recommendations.
Thanks heaps! I'm going to get a sleepy wrap
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