Thursday, October 10, 2013
My oldest wore her baby sister a few times and was not particularly gratified by the experience beyond the fact that she could sisterwear and the middle sister could not for awhile. Once this was no longer the case, she lost interest. However, my second absolutely adored wearing the third.
It started like this...
And then moved to this...
Funny, I used to pace the length of the house with the second child in a baby carrier while reading books too.
Then, the two sisters went on adventures, like cricket catching.
And hula hooping.
I'm not really sure how safe that was, but the next action item caused me to add to the safety rules, "No horseback riding."
Just as her sisters have done, the youngest will ask to be worn, pulling out the Mei Tai or wrap and dragging it over to someone, somehow winding herself up in it on the way, but now Mom or Dad or Sisters can and will carry her.
Editor's note: always use your best judgment on when your children are old enough, strong enough, and mature enough to safely wear siblings.
Posted by Maria