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Old 05-07-2013, 12:31 PM   #71
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Alie in the Moby. I want to weigh her, she's looking HUGE to me. Ignore my frumpiness, I'm getting ready to clean mini blinds!


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Old 05-07-2013, 02:13 PM   #72
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Re: Action pics of wearing your babe(s)...

Thanks ladies! I appreciate the help!

I'm a visual learner too. I've been to their website and I seem to be doing it right but it still ends up wonky so something isn't right...I think I just need to practice Maybe I'll play the video as I'm putting it on? I like the tip about tying it on the side, I'll try that out too.
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Old 05-07-2013, 04:09 PM   #73
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Re: Action pics of wearing your babe(s)...

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E_Sage - that is a precious pic!

I tried my Moby again... disastrous. After I tie it around my waist it keeps inching up on me and gets all wonky.
This time Brigit ended up in my shirt somehow but her feet were sticking out the bottom. Really not sure how I managed that one!
I'll keep trying it but I think I may give up soon....
Aww, thanks. I forgot to mention that's my husband wearing her- my hands aren't that hairy.
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Bennett last night when he was a fussy pants

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I love all the pics and how snuggly they a are
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Aww, thanks. I forgot to mention that's my husband wearing her- my hands aren't that hairy.
Hahaha!

Love all the pics!
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Ditto on the website. Their videos were really helpful. I'm a visual learner, so it worked well for me. I know that after I put the wrap over my shoulders and behind the 'tag' part, I usually have to readjust and make them tighter around my shoulders. If I don't she ends up sinking down.
Hmm... I might have to check out their site. I mean, I don't have a moby, but the wearing/wrapping/tying part should work the same I would think.

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Some women like to put the tag on their side instead of their naval (but still following the steps like it is at their naval -- one end will be a little shorter now) so when it is tied it hangs off their other side (hip) instead of the butt or front.
Der - great idea! I think that's part of my trouble - I don't want to tie behind my back cuz I want to use it while driving or whatnot and that's not comfy, but bringing it all the way around again to the front means the tapering part stays loose. I think if I was able to tie on the side it would work out best for avoiding both of those things.

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Sorta bad photo if you want to see the baby... But Luke is sleeping under the hood.

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Here's Alie in the Boba. With the newborn setup. Unless I messed it up!


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She fills up the whole thing with her head sticking out the top. The strap for "head support" Emily mentioned is at her shoulders...

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We both have the boba tweet!!

And yes, his head sticks up too which was a problem when I didn't know about that strap. But now it's good. You can see his onesie/shoulder and his neck in the gap of the hood.
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We both have the boba tweet!!

And yes, his head sticks up too which was a problem when I didn't know about that strap. But now it's good. You can see his onesie/shoulder and his neck in the gap of the hood.
Definitely feels better with the strap. And apparently around 10 lbs you leave it in the infant setup but can wrap their legs around you?? I'll figure it out!!

Tweets is awesome!
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