Learning a new carrier....
Well, I am not a wrapper. I tried to love the Moby. We eventually made a truce (it IS comfortable!) till Aiden hit about 15 pounds and then I moved on. When Aiden was 4 months old I attempted a DIY gauze wrap for wrapping. Again, I tried, but didn't get why people love wrapping so much. I still can't claim that I get why some people feel the need to have multiple wraps, but I am starting to get why the woven wrap love exists.
I finally bought my first woven wrap (a 4.1 Storch Anna) and got to try my first carries with it this weekend. There have been frustrating moments, but I am finally conquering some of my fears and frustrations!
Last night - first attempt at a FWCC (note that this is slightly different than instructions included with most stretchy wraps):
Today - apparently the wrap came with sleepy dust! Again a FWCC, but I spread the passes unlike the above photo.:
And then this afternoon, my first back carry, a BWCC!:
While definitely a high learning curve, the possibilities are practically endless with a wrap. I'm getting exciting about starting an All Things Wrapping thread soon!
So has anyone else learned a new carry or tried a new carrier recently? How did it go?