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Old 02-12-2013, 02:03 PM   #21
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Re: Nursing while wearing

I have only nursed while wearing a few times, just couldn't quite get the hang of it but I do find that when nursing in general and it did work when I tried while wearing that it works well to wear a regular camisole under all my shirts that can easily pull down below my boob. Then I can pull my top shirt up and my cami down and my stomach is covered, I now like this better than nursing tanks (which I loved with DS1). I have found that the cheap camis from old navy work really well (only a few bucks) as well as some that I find on clearance at Romy. That is what I wear everyday now for easy nursing!

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Old 02-15-2013, 06:05 AM   #22
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Re: Nursing while wearing

Those who regularly nurse while wearing, do you find that the baby wants to to nurse every time they are in a carrier, no matter if they re hungry or not? Ive been avoiding nursing in a wrap cause Im scared she'll always want to nurse when Im wearing her
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Old 02-16-2013, 10:36 AM   #23
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Props to all of you that can nurse while babywearing. Im still nervous to with my 12 week old. Nursed with a cover but you ladies have inspired me to try.
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Old 02-19-2013, 04:49 PM   #24
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Re: Nursing while wearing

I am nervous to nurse my 5 week old in our moby, I just wear her kangaroo hold style since she's a preemie, and she just graduated from her lactation consultation. Im looking forward to being able to do it though
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Old 02-19-2013, 05:00 PM   #25
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I am nervous to nurse my 5 week old in our moby, I just wear her kangaroo hold style since she's a preemie, and she just graduated from her lactation consultation. Im looking forward to being able to do it though
Baby is 4 weeks today and we've nursed in the K'Tan twice, both times at home and neither was very modest, but we did it! I'm working on nursing with her lying on my belly so we can try nursing like that in a SSC. For now it's so much easier to just sit on the couch though. If it were warm outside I'd be more inclined to work harder at it.
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Re: Nursing while wearing

Size 3 woven works great for me in semi FWCC and also 4 and up sizes in almost any hip carry. But when my DD was newborn sleepy wrap tied FWCC (pocket inside instead of outside) was pretty comfy

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Size 3 woven works great for me in semi FWCC and also 4 and up sizes in almost any hip carry. But when my DD was newborn sleepy wrap tied FWCC (pocket inside instead of outside) was pretty comfy
I will have to try!
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Old 02-25-2013, 02:20 AM   #28
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Re: Nursing while wearing

A wraparound carrier, or wrap, is the simplest baby carrier. It is just a long piece of fabric that is used to tie the baby to you. This very simplicity also makes it the most versatile of carriers.
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I can nurse comfortably in front of people who are uncomfortable with public breastfeeding using my Moby or woven wraps. I just used a Front Wrap Cross Carry.
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I've also nursed comfortably in front of others using my RS.
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