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I loved my Cuddly Wrap and I can't wait to use it again. I'm also going to invest in a woven wrap. There's a place here that holds babywearing workshops so it's nice to go and try them all. I have a Beco Butterfly too. Best $$ I've spent.
I am sure there are some demonstration on YouTube.just play around with it with a baby doll until you feel comfortable. The professionals use just one piece of clothe but I always reinforce mine with a second just for safety. Its really easy to just throw a cloth in suitcases when we travel or know that I can use any piece of cloth of reasonable length at my destination if I forget mine. I had dd in november and winter tht year was chilly so she was always so warm and comfy whenever I was out and about because I had her in these.
I wasn't real sure about what to get and I was short on money when I wanted to try it so I just bought some jersey knit (t-shirt type) fabric and made my own version of a Moby. I actually got 2 out of the fabric, and I've used it some over the years but neither of my kids ever seemed totally comfortable in it... which may have been because I didn't do something right. I will try it again this time though.
Grace (7), Elijah (4), Hannah (1), Joey (born at 39 weeks)
plus 3 step-kids Brandon (18), Sarah (16) and Adam (13)