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my multi-colored wrap

by Kelly
(Texas)

This is my DS and I just after he fell alseep. So sweet!


I wanted to try wrapping so I went to Walmart and chose a woven fabric. I'm "fluffy" so I chose to get 6 yards of fabric. I cut the width to 35" and hemmed. I began practicing with my newborn (at that time) and fell in love with wrapping.

Since then I have cut the width to 30" which is more manageable.I have a found a few favorite carries and don't need 6 yds of fabric, so I'm currently deciding on what length will work best.

I also started wrapping my DD (45 lbs!!)and she loves it!

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May 18, 2008
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Wrap
by: Anonymous

How conveninet not to mention CUTE!:-) Great idea!

May 18, 2008
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Excellent!
by: Anonymous

What a great idea! And how professional - this looks great!!

May 15, 2008
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my multi-colored wrap
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I love the hands-free idea.

May 15, 2008
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PREFECTION
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WHAT A PERFECT MATCH. HOW LOVING YOU LOOK AT THE BABY!!

May 15, 2008
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great idea
by: Anonymous

What a great idea. Love the colors.

May 14, 2008
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Aww, love the sleeping baby pics
by: Anonymous

Very cute, thanks for sharing, mama!

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