A fun tandem carry to try with two longer wraps.
Start with a front wrap cross carry in the front for the child that will want to go up and down as needed. In my case, this was my 3-year-old.
On the back, a Ruck with the tails brought back over baby’s legs and tied under bum for an added waist belt. This uses up the extra tail and gives a little more support for your back.
Now go off on your adventure and pop your walker in and out as needed!
I kept seeing all these beautiful pics of Kai Belts and decided to give one a try. I loved it right away. No shoulder or chest pressure! But somehow when I got outside for a walk and didn’t have photo in front of me, my brain made up it’s own version. I love this one even more! All I did was add an extra tuck on both sides, but oh man, it’s comfy.
I decided to pair this was a Ruck in a short wrap, to show a great back carry for a smaller baby. The bunched pass over both of baby’s legs secures the ruck pass, but does not put too much pressure on delicate little legs.
Starting the Ruck off center and tying at shoulder/chest is a great way to make a short wrap more versatile. The one long tail can be used a number of ways (such as this chest belt).
Give it a try!