HOW TO: Front Wrap Cross Carry

In an effort to get our blog moving again, I'll start with the first of a series of instructional link posts for carries.  The front wrap cross carry (FWCC) is a popular, easy-to-learn, highly adjustable way to tie a long wrap.  If done correctly, it is supportive, comfortable, and secure.  It is also a great carry to learn for easy nursing on the go.  It can be used during the newborn stage all the way until it is uncomfortable to wear your baby or toddler on your front any longer.

Here are a few of our favorite videos featuring FWCCs:


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About BWI of Phoenix

The Phoenix, AZ chapter of Babywearing International meets several times a month at various locations throughout the Valley. There is a lending library from which members can check out different styles and brands of carriers. Visitors to the meeting are welcome to try on and receive instruction on those carriers from our Volunteer Babywearing Educators. BWI Phoenix strives to educate and encourage parents and caregivers in carrying their babies and children. Each of the volunteers believes that babywearing promotes bonding, learning and growing together. You can join BWIP at any meeting for just $30/year (tax-deductible) and take advantage of member benefits, which include being able to borrow any carrier in our library for up to a month at a time.

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