So my DS is 6 months and we use a manduca. He loves it but I find my hip gets a bit sore when walking distances as I have a predisposition to subluxations and it just aches.
So... I'm thinking that trying carrying him on my back might help but can't remember what age it's recommended to wait until and were moving so my book from the manduca is pack, so I thought I'd ask you clever ladies when you started back carrying??
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19-08-2013 22:20 #1
When to back carry?
19-08-2013 22:35 #2
When you feel comfortable that he's big enough for you to be able to get him on and off your back yourself. And out of the infant insert.
Last edited by callmedragon22; 19-08-2013 at 22:37.
20-08-2013 08:10 #3
Cool thanks, might give it a try and see how we feel
04-09-2013 20:15 #4
I started back carrying in a Tula (similar to maducca) and with wraps at 6 months with not a problem at all
04-09-2013 21:19 #5
I started back carrying at 11 weeks. Some of my friends from birth
04-09-2013 21:20 #6
Oh sorry you're using a SSC. Misread your OP. I was talking about using a woven wrap
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