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If I had to do it over, I would have made my Moby wrap. All it is is a long piece of jersey knit fabric. We did receive ours as a gift, but I think it's definitely overpriced for what it is. I used mine a lot with DS, and I know I will use it again with this one.
Even discounted, you still need 5-6 yards! If you are going to buy it, go with the sleepy wrap it is 7,000x better. It is stretchier, so you don't have to tie it just right. You tie it so it is fitted on you, then you stretch it open and slide baby in!
You still need 5-6 yards though! If you do end up buying one, I suggest the Boba wrap (previously know as the sleepy wrap) it is 7,000 times better than the moby. The moby has to be tied just right to allow room for the baby. The Boba wrap is more stretchy, so you tie it so is fitted against you and then stretch it out and slide baby in. It is wonderful!