Torso carry pics: https://instagram.com/p/mdZwMJsueE/?taken-by=bwiboston
Have you ever tried a torso carry? Torso carries are possible on the front or the back, and are surprisingly comfortable and supportive. Try the torso DH (or a torso FWCC if you prefer a front carry) and share your pics!
Torso DH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YijMoNGEDX8
Torso FWCC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tss9qEuAtqU
In my opinion DHDR is one of the prettiest carries out there! What do you think?
Today's carry is a version of a double hammock that can be done with a short woven wrap. The shorter tails are tied around the chest pass to finish the carry.
For those of you who don't like ruck straps, today's variation may win you over. Try tying those straps Tibetan and let us know what you think! #day15 #30daywrapchallenge! Let's see your pics! You can do this knotless or not - the pic below shows the knotless variation.
Today's carry is my FAVORITE carry with a shorty! It's also a mouthful, which is why I love all the acronyms in the babywearing world.
When I was a newer wrapper, I thought I would not be able to do carries without reinforcement passes with a leg straightening baby. However, the bunched pass in this carry goes under the bum and right in the knee pits, securing the carry very effectively.
Try it out! I hope you like it as much as I do!
Have you ever noticed the friendly rivalry between Robins and Poppins fans? Which is your favorite? #day13 #30daywrapchallenge
How-to video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ALgrqgmiZc0&list=PLACEE5D957FF01294&index=38
We are continuing with our hip carry series in the #30daywrapchallenge. What do you think of Robins?
Here is a helpful video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XJophoHKSVo&list=PLACEE5D957FF01294&index=37
This is a version of the Coolest Hip Cross Carry and is poppable. We really like it! It is easy to pretie and tighten, and also convenient for nursing.
Here is Wrapping Rachel's video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q3CbwwMxTR4&list=PLACEE5D957FF01294&index=21