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Do NOT buy this piece of cloth,
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Sorry to say, we returned ours. First off, you could use a $12 flannel sheet. Second of all, and more importantly, you need to be 6-9 or so for the dimensions/directions to work out. If you are petite, forget about it. There's enough material to carry you and the baby. Finally, what's the point? It takes a long time to figure out the ins and outs each time you use it--even if you get good at it, one of the great slings on the market feels safer, is less of a maze to figure out, and you can actually put it on and put your child in it without doing algebra. Any carrier that requires a DVD to show how to use is not a good idea, in my opinion.
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Initial post: Mar 11, 2011 11:42:57 PM PST
B. FranklinFuentes says:
I loved this wrap for our first child and it has gone on to live with three different families after we were finished with it. If you patiently follow the directions it's simple to use and such a blessing to have both of your hands free. It helps if someone can show you in person, but the DVD is very clear. The baby will like being all snuggled up too! I highly recommend this product.
In reply to an earlier post on May 21, 2012 1:10:49 PM PDT
Last edited by the author on May 21, 2012 1:13:23 PM PDT
E. Stefanuk says:
I agree 100% with the above response. These wraps have made my life sooooo much easier and have made nursing in public without anyone knowing what I am doing a reality. Yes, they take a bit to get used to at first, but I just throw mine on before leaving the house and where my little mommy fashion statement the whole time I am out with the kiddies. Love love love the cuddlywrap and the Ps - I agree the price is insane though. While I get most things on amazon, this came from EBay for me!
Posted on Jun 23, 2012 2:34:14 PM PDT
Shelby Davies says:
I bought this product used and I'm glad to say I didn't waste a lot of money on it. I completely agree - it's WAY too big and bulky. It takes way too much time to put on and put the baby in it. It's not exactly a complicated process, wrapping up the baby, but once my boy was in it (after re-attempt after re-attempt) he still sagged in the cloth until he was nearly down my hips and felt like he was going to fall out. Forget it.
In reply to an earlier post on Aug 24, 2013 11:29:16 PM PDT
This product is superior to the Moby Wrap, which is much thicker and doesn't have as much give as this one. This wrap was wonderful when we lived in the Philippines. Thin enough to comfortably carry baby in humid tropical heat. I've had mine for 7yrs and it's still going strong. LOVE IT!! As far as the petite issue I'm 86lbs and have no problem using it at all.
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