This baby loves to be carried in the Moby wrap. She prefers it to rocking, to car rides, to swings, and to bouncers. She cries especially when she is getting over-tired, and only walking and bouncing will do. The Moby is an automatic rock/bounce machine, and gives her bodily contact with me. I wear her in stores, in restaurants, when cleaning around the house, and just about anywhere else. I have use of both my hands so it’s also convenient just for sitting and using the internet.
I can’t tell you how happy I am to have a baby who likes to be worn (and attached to me at all times). Moose couldn’t stand to be constrained in any way, and he also got overly warm very easily, not to mention he was attached with wires and tubing to machines, so wearing him was just not an option.
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I wore my Amelia everywhere in a sling, but the wierdest thing is, people would double take, and laugh, saying they thought I was carrying around a baby doll. I’m 5’11”, and have never been guessed to be a kid…I look my age (a not a day over if my hubby’s a smart opinion), and handle myself like an adult. Why I would carry around a baby doll? Not too sure. My dude was a teeny tiny baby, and I wore him everywhere…that’s how he got through his first airplane ride at 9 months old. Those seated around me didn’t even know he was there!