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Adventures in Slinging Emmitt...

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Tuesday, October 24, 2006

Baby wearers will get a laugh out of this fiasco...

Ok, so here's the video of me trying to put him in...



Now, here's a photo of what he looks like when I try to put him in the way the directions say...


From Slingin' Emmitt
Ok, now if I slide his head out a bit...to this point...

From Slingin' Emmitt
I can stick a blanket behind his head and back...

From Slingin' Emmitt
He looks like this from a distance...

From Slingin' Emmitt
Same thing from the side...

From Slingin' Emmitt
At which point, he seems to be happy...so maybe with the blanket is the key? I dunno, he looks more like he's sitting up now, but again, he seems to be content...I'm sitting here on the couch right now with him in it like this:

From Slingin' Emmitt

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  1. Blogger K | 4:32 AM |  

    Jenn -- good luck with the hotsling. I could never make it work.

    We switched to a maya ring sling and found it much easier to adjust. And it was a lot easier on my back.

    Cute pics! You both look great.

  2. Blogger cooler*doula | 10:56 AM |  

    Too funny. It took me a while to figure out that they're SUPPOSED to looked a bit smooshed in there... I had some Dutch sling that looked sporty and somewhat corporate... Didn't use it as much as I'd have liked due to smooshing anxiety.

  3. Anonymous Hirkani | 11:56 PM |  

    I've carried three of my four children in slings. With each of them I have to learn to carry them again and again. Practice is the key :)

    I have No-Jo sling and Ellaroo wrap.

  4. Anonymous Anonymous | 4:55 PM |  

    You are RIGHT. the blanket is KEY! check out this article (pg3): http://www.thebabywearer.com/articles/HowTo/Positioning.pdf

    it shows useing a small towel, but I always used a reciving blanket.

    Also NINO is a great group for people who need some in-person help with their baby carrier (I know I did) www.nineinnineout.org

    -tash

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