As you already know, Mama didn’t get to carry you in her tummy for nine months, but that doesn’t mean I can’t carry you now! Babywearing is so important to me, because I get to carry you on my body. We can smell each other, we can cuddle, you can hear my heart beat, we can bond, and you get a free ride! When you were an itty bitty baby I wanted to keep you in my arms at all times, I wanted you to know that I was your Mama (babywearing, let me do this.) You got to know my smell and my sound, just as if I carried you in my tummy. Another benefit of wearing you is that I was able to protect you from germs! If a little baby gets a cold it is much more serious than if an adult catches one. I felt it was my Mama duty to protect you from sickness. I actually had you wrapped on me in WalMart when you were only a week old! Don’t worry no one bothered you! 🙂 I’m so happy we are able to travel and go everywhere together! Wearing you is one of my absolute favorite things to do. I love you Everett!
Places I’ve worn you:
- to Weiss Lake
- trick or treating
- fall festival in Birmingham (this was outdoors for hours)
- to worship
- to a mall in Georgia to meet my best friend Nicole
- to JSU Fan Day
- around the neighborhood
- in the house while doing chores
We will continue to go to many awesome places, and Mama will wear you as long as you let me!
I bought sling rings to make my wrap into a sling, it’s really too long for this. I had to double it over.
Ruck Tied Under Bottom
No idea what this is called, I make a ruck then brought the wrap under my arms, over and under each leg, I think I Tibetan tied it in front?
Secure High Back Carry with a half chest knot