Tag Archives: Back Wrap Cross Carry

Back Wrap Cross Carry Video With a Twist for Comfort

On the top of Mount Mitchell, the highest peak in the Eastern United States, after a hike through gorgeous mossy woods and a 360 degree view of the famously blue mountains, we were back in the plateau parking lot, virtually empty in the evening.  As such, the kids were running and whirling across the pavement, [...]

Custom Wrap Straps

  Most back carries with a wrap will have either rucksack straps (the wrap comes straight down from your shoulder and goes underneath the same arm like a backpack–or vice versa, from under one arm to over the same shoulder) or are crossed across the chest so the wrap goes from over one shoulder to [...]

Pinning Down and Wrapping Up a Wiggly Toddler

Back Wrap Cross Carry with rucksack straps 2.5 year old    

3.6 meters: Shorter Wrap Options

I dedicated yesterday to my 3.6 meter Inka Storchenwiege.  It is one of my very favorite wrap colorways, has been used plenty and is floppy soft, and I used it in July in Florida, albeit mostly indoors. I am something like 5’3 and 115 lbs.  The 3.6 was too short for FWCC or BWCC, but [...]

Two Year Old Back Wrap

This post is just for Dannette, who wants to know how to wrap up her two year old.  First, I recommend a back carry.  By this age it gets unwieldy to wear them on the front and a back carry is more comfortable than a hip carry. If your son is going to want to [...]

Pregnant Babywearing

Babywearing becomes more valuable when carrying your children becomes more of a challenge.  Pregnancy is such a time.  You may become tired more easily, but that fact does not keep your toddler or preschooler from needing and wanting to be carried.  If you are going to be carrying your child, let the wrap help you [...]