Answers to your questions:

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Saralema – Didymos are the same sort of idea as Moby wrap. One main difference is that the Moby wrap is stretchy, and Didymos are woven. They offer better support for bigger babies/toddlers. We went straight for these as we already have borrowed a stretchy wrap from family (and love it!). The Didymos are also more of a long term investment as you can wear them for ages!

Tatiana – Why not get a wrap now? Lots of people don’t get them till much older. You can even make your own. You can get a shortie one as Maya is older and use hip carries. Our Didymos are also good for rucksack carries – go to youtube. It’s awesome. You can also wear a toddler AND a baby *nudge, nudge*

CJ – a cot is a crib, I think. A cotbed is a cot that is extra large, and when your baby is old enough you take off the side bars and it transforms into a bed. You can use these till they are five. We were going to go for this option (can you tell we like things with longevity?), but with the two cots that are smaller, we will have slightly more room in their nursery.

 

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3 Responses to “Answers to your questions:”

  1. Tatiana Says:

    Because Chris might kill me if I buy another carrying thingie for Maia. Already have the Bjorn (which she’s too big for) and a mei tai (which I dislike). We’ll see, though.

  2. saralema Says:

    I had not heard of them and now want one! Unfortunately, the splurge fund will be depleted for quite some time due to our Pointer needing a tooth extraction. Good times!

    I did find a site on how to make my own, even without sewing! So, maybe if there is a good sale, I can make myself one….

  3. CJ Says:

    AH, gotcha!! We call those convertibles! They’re a crib, then a toddler bed, then some even transform into big kid beds! I like things that transform!

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