Can I "wear" my almost 2yo? (m)

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Can I "wear" my almost 2yo? (m)
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Thu, 04-24-2003 - 5:23pm
New to this AP thing (been doing alot of it on my own). I am planning to wear my new baby when he/she gets here but I'd LOVE to wear my daughter in the meantime (I'd love to wear my son too but he's 8 so thats out!)!

It'd be just a plain 2 ring sling (mayawrap.com pattern).

Thanks!

Oh! She's about 25lbs right now and growing!
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Thu, 04-24-2003 - 6:11pm
Yes, you can! It's the only way I can go anywhere alone. I have a 25 month old, he wieghs about 27 lbs, and I wear him almost every day for short periods of time. I use the hip hammock (hiphammock.com) New native baby carrier, and home made fleece slings. We use the hip carry most of the time. He can nurse in this position still, and even sleep. I don't like ring slings (just personal preference) but a maya wrap will totally work for a 2 year old.

Good luck!


Edited 4/24/2003 6:12:52 PM ET by saram6778


Sara
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Thu, 04-24-2003 - 10:09pm
I carry my 28 lb 17 month old on my hip in a sling daily. I use homemade slings, a Maya Wrap or an Over the Shoulder Baby Holder. She loves all of them - brings them to me and lays them at my feet! :-)

Kristen

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Fri, 04-25-2003 - 11:26pm
I wear my 26 mo old 27# ds in a maya wrap--when he lets me, after all he's a big boy now who'd rather do it on his own two feet!

 


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Mon, 04-28-2003 - 11:44pm
I just got a hug-a-bub wrap, and they say you can use it for kids up to 2-3 years old. My DS is 11 mos and 22 lbs. I love this wrap--I tried the Nojo and the Maya sling, but this feels SO MUCH more comfortable (and my chiropractor gives it a big thumbs up!). It's a bit expensive, but it's already worth its weight in gold to me! You can check it out at www.hugabub.com (or www.hug-a-bub.com.au/). I give it the highest praise! Only thing about it is that it's a lot of material, so it takes a bit to get used to putting it on. But once you do, it's like your child is practically weightless! Hope you find what's right for you and your kids!

Michelle