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 Post subject: Sling Problem
PostPosted: 10 Nov 2008 15:18 
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Well,its not a problem as such but since learning to walk Mr Independant Freddy is not liking the sling.
He fidgets the entire time he's in it.He'd much rather use his legs.
He doesn't like the buggy either :?

Is it time I hung up the sling do you think? :(


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 Post subject: Re: Sling Problem
PostPosted: 10 Nov 2008 15:37 
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What sort of sling are you using?
It could be that he's just preferring to use his legs or he could be finding it uncomfortable now he's building up his muscles. Trying a different sort could be all you need.
I find a pouch is handy when they are like that then I can just pop them in for a while when they need a rest.

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PostPosted: 10 Nov 2008 15:40 
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Eeyore wrote:
What sort of sling are you using?
It could be that he's just preferring to use his legs or he could be finding it uncomfortable now he's building up his muscles. Trying a different sort could be all you need.
I find a pouch is handy when they are like that then I can just pop them in for a while when they need a rest.


I've been using a mei tai.I've just sold my pouch sling but Lisa has one.I might just have a borrow and give it a try :D

I was going to try him on the hip with the mei tai.It might be comfier for him?


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 Post subject: Re: Sling Problem
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Is he toilet trained? Sometimes little boys don't like the pressure on their bits.

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Is he toilet trained? Sometimes little boys don't like the pressure on their bits.


No.I wonder if the nappy is too bulky at the front though when he's in the sling? I use a lined folded twice at the front and it may make him uncomfy.I could try single liner when we're out


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