When a meitai or a Soft Structure Carrier becomes not wide enough to support knee to knee, you can use a doll sling (or a scarf) to support your baby’s base. Here with a 19 months old toddler.
Hip scooting allows a safe way to get baby onto your back and ensures the apron is fully on baby’s back. Crossing the straps with them bringing support under the knee pits is the way I recommend with mei tais as it allows the optimum positioning and greatest comfort for both wearer and baby. Keeping it tight makes it a very comfortable way to carry. There are 2 ways of tying showed in this video. The second one is great for pregnant wearers as there is nothing on the belly. Here with a 21 month old toddler.
A high back carry with a padded straps meitai, with a very secure way to get baby onto your back (here a 17 months old).
If you don’t know what to do with the tail of your ringsling, you might like these 4 options. Here with a 15 months old baby.
How to prepare a ringsling (here a Ling Ling d’Amour) with a gathered shoulder. Then a hip carry with a 17 month old toddler. And to end, how to re-prepare the ringsling after use so it is ready for next time
Knotless Double Rebozo Back Carry with a short wrap. A secure double layered carry with a short wrap. Here with a 19 months old.
Sometimes toddlers sleep better in their own bed, well, mine does! So I thought I would show you what works for us. Here with a 22months old toddler.