Using a soft-structure wrap

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Using a soft-structure wrap

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A lot like the mei tai is the soft structure carrier. Again, it’s a panel of fabric, but instead of having tie straps, we’ve got different buckles that we use. Goes on a little bit different, because it’s got this padded waist. So I put it on non-apron, because it’s going to be real secure around my hips. And there’s no way baby’s legs are going to be able to get through there. So again, if I’ve got a newborn that’s not splitting their legs, I’m going to keep the legs in. I’m going to pull this fabric up, put the arms on – and this one is when you really learn how to do things behind your back. There’s also a clip back here that I can clip to keep it really secure, if I’m going to be doing a lot of moving around and I’m afraid that these straps are going to slip.

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Traci Cummings is a divorced, self-described unconventional mom of two children, ages seven and five.  When she isn't preparing meals, cleaning up or playing card games with her children, she is busy trying to spread the word about babywearing.  Traci – who is a strong advocate of breastfeeding, the family bed and instinctual parenting – believes her children are the teachers providing daily lessons to further her practice as a parent.

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