Reinforced rucksack tied tibetan with a newborn in a woven wrap


Newborn reinforced rucksack with a woven wrap

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April 19, 2010

madrigal32 @ 3:55 pm #

I love it! Very clear. I would like to see you do it all over again at the end of the video, without explanations, to see how fast and easy it is once you’re used to it.

April 22, 2010

3Chappells @ 9:09 pm #

I love the ruck carry for my 20 month old and have been using it only since she was 9 months old. I think I want another baby just to do a ruck with a newborn!!! Your lo is sooo adorable and I love his gurgly whines. You look great for having a baby that young! keep the videos coming!

May 7, 2010

rredv @ 3:26 pm #

Thanks for this awesome video. I tried it with my 8 week old, and the first time looked great, she was just a little crooked. The third time she feels like she’s in the middle, and nice and high. I couldn’t have done it without this video. Now I can get laundry done, and eat without spilling food on her head.

June 6, 2010

codymax02 @ 3:04 pm #

very good! thanks

June 8, 2010

annofloxley @ 1:17 pm #

Fantastic – Very helpful! That indio colour looks great on you as well! And how cute is your little superman! hehe

June 9, 2010

pookylovesrabbit @ 6:09 am #

oh my goodness, you’re a pro

July 21, 2010

eenafit @ 10:25 pm #

I just started as a nanny for 2 month old twins and this would be very usefull. What type of fabric works best? How many yards? What about the width? I love your videos! Very impressive!

July 23, 2010

llnichol3 @ 6:22 am #

Fabulous videos! All of them! The front carries worked so well up to now, I’m just beginning to experiment with back carries for my 7 mo old! I can’t wait to try this with my next baby! I’m also curious about the fabric. Do you make your own or buy, if so what brand? Thanks!!

July 29, 2010

TheAdamsInAppalachia @ 12:16 pm #

This is a woven wrap, didymos brand. I only use woven fabrics for this carry. Strethcy fabrics would not be safe. HTH! :)

TheAdamsInAppalachia @ 12:18 pm #

You can make your own, but I would take care in choosing the fabric-Thebabywearer is a great resource for diy projects like this. :) This is 4.6 meters, and 28 inches wide. Hope that helps!

August 19, 2010

SaucyVidel @ 8:00 pm #

You do such wonderful tutorials, your explanation and instructions are very clear and I LOVE seeing good technique with a newborn. I can’t wait until my newest squish is born to give this a try. I already love rucking my toddlers, but a newborn is new territory :)

September 22, 2010

spellgrounds @ 8:34 pm #

that is the coolest way to carry your baby, thanks for showing me : )


mikwid @ 10:03 pm #

That was masterful! And the baby is just as cute as he can be!

September 23, 2010

jistaguy45 @ 9:27 am #

We have a video camera? He sounds like my little man. Great video! Cute kids!

ThePatriotNurse @ 10:23 am #

Beautiful!! SOOO well done.

September 24, 2010

hypemuch @ 8:22 am #

nice technique. i bet the lil guy is thinking, “mom, what are you doing?, i want to go to sleep!” lol

September 26, 2010

Aryaba @ 11:36 pm #


October 28, 2010

bluefairyren @ 5:54 pm #

I love your tutorials! They are so clear. Thank you beautiful lady!

December 23, 2010

wavemmeggi @ 11:30 am #

…troppo brava :D

December 25, 2010

1JustWatching123 @ 8:36 am #

Yes, just getting into being a nanny myself. Thanks for this. :)

December 31, 2010

buckstarchaser @ 12:35 am #

He’s not smashed or anything? I was concerned some of those noises were from having the chest compressed.

January 16, 2011

Karamazovna @ 7:34 am #

I am impressed. I can only wrangle a Tibetan in a thinner wrap like a Gypsy Mama; I found the Didy too squishy or something. Props to you, and YAY for babywearing!

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