151Re: [CNYBabywearers] Newbie questions
- Aug 19, 2012Matt,Steph's advice is spot on. I too was going to suggest tying a little tighter to prevent sagging. And once you have your baby in the wrap, start walking/swaying/bouncing, and a change of scenery can also help a lot. Like Steph suggested, sitting and bouncing on a yoga/exercise ball can be a lifesaver!
Faith RaylandMaster Babywearing EducatorPresident, Babywearing International of Central New York
On Aug 19, 2012, at 11:47 AM, nynanny3@... wrote:
=Hi Matt!I would try and tie it tighter to begin with. Think of it as wearing a women's size xs shirt on a man. LolDoes she like to be swaddled? Most of the time with Janae she was crying and would stop when comfortably in the moby. After you get her in try taking her outside in a new room leaving her head out but supported sometimes detracting her with something new will help her stop crying. I would also say as you become more comfortable and more efficient at getting her in and out the process will go more quickly. She might also be picking up on the learning process (nervous, figuring it out, readjusting a few times, frustration). Of course a crying baby helps with the learning process. ;P Another tip if you have a big ball trying sitting and bouncing on it. Janae loved to be in a carrier bouncing as a newborn.Good luck! Keep trying!
Stephanie Patrick-AdamsSent from my iPhone
On Aug 19, 2012, at 8:44 AM, "mgort697" <matt.gortner@...> wrote:
Thanks for the great meeting yesterday. I had a lot of success wearing Malia, our 1 month old, for most of Saturday (boba wrap). Two questions:
1. As I get up and move around, she tends to sink lower and her knees drop a little bit. Should I just try and tighten the wrap by tugging and retying while wearing her?
2. Getting her into the wrap while she's sleepy is easy. But more than once I've taken a content, awake, and alert baby and turned her into a crying baby by trying to get her into the wrap. Any suggestions?
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