Infant Back Wrap Cross Carry from Wrap Your Baby


Wrapping a one-month old in a good back carry.

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March 30, 2009

akayerich @ 2:50 pm #

your back-wrapping videos make wrapping a newborn in a back carry look much easier than i imagined it would be! i going to have to try this!

May 29, 2009

DianaWegbreit @ 9:44 am #

Love this! So happy to see instruction on YT. Never mastered the wrap with my first, but I am definitely going to practice and learn with my 2nd. I need those hands free. Thank you for he video.

April 21, 2010

WrapYourBaby @ 3:30 pm #

Actually this is a borrowed baby–not my own–and she weighed 14 lbs at the time of the video. I include this info to give viewers an idea of what size baby I’m wrapping as I do videos with all different sized babies and it could be helpful to know how this baby compares to your own.

April 26, 2010

WrapYourBaby @ 7:58 am #

I think she was around 12 lbs at birth (her older brother and sister were both more than 10 lbs too and all delivered without medication at a birth center) and was about 14 lbs at one month. “She was born a little amazon!”

Have fun and happy wrapping!

May 4, 2010

Laura Sherman @ 5:37 pm #

Hi! I wanted to weigh in and say, yes, Serena was born 12 pounds 13 ounces, completely naturally at Labor of Love. She was also face presentation!

And the other two were also born naturally and were each 12 pounds at birth. :-)

Great video, Diana! Love the videography, especially.

April 15, 2011

kitaharananase @ 12:36 pm #

This is so awesome. I’ve been looking for alternate, long-term ways to carry my growing son without so much strain and this method is perfect! But where did you find a wrap that size?? The largest thing I have is a Moby, and mine isn’t a forth the size of yours… :-/

June 15, 2012

Eeahh88 @ 9:23 pm #

Love this video!”

Eeahh88 @ 9:23 pm #

Till how many months can u do this till??

October 10, 2012

davis4557 @ 5:33 pm #

I’m glad they have the wraps. With my son, I used a sheet! Lol. It worked but couldn’t use it for long periods of time. With this new found information, I will definitely invest in the wraps. Thank you for the instructions videos!

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