My babywearing wrap tutorial works for any knit wrap, including the Moby wrap, Solly baby, Boba, etc.
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I currently have a six week old baby, so that is what I show in this tutorial. I also love to wrap my older babies as well. Perhaps I will share a tutorial on that when Micah gets a little older!
Every newborn wants to be held close, around the clock. Sure makes it hard for a new mama to get the dishes and laundry done. Also, who wants to take a fussy baby to the store or out with friends?!
Since I exclusively nurse my babies until at least six months, I can’t leave the house without them. With babywearing, that doesn’t bother me at all! I just wrap them up, and they feel like they are still in the womb. Comfy and happy!
With five kids, babywearing is the only way I can keep up with all my kiddos, and homemaking responsibilities, without losing my sanity.
I absolutely love my wraps, and don’t know how I would do life without them!
With my other babies I used the Moby Wrap. The tying, and wearing, process is the exact same. But, I really prefer the weight of the Boba Baby wrap. It is hardly heavier than just a regular T-shirt. Since I wear my wrap all day, so I can slip the baby in and out as needed, this lightweight wrap is my favorite yet!
I hope this tutorial was helpful for you. Let me know if you have any questions in the comments below.
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