Double Rebozo (DR) is a great option if you don’t like the chest belt that comes with a Double Hammock or Shepherds Carry. DR can be done with a relatively short wrap, which is nice, but a longer wrap will give you more opportunity to finish in a variety of ways - with a CCCB, knotless, Tibetan, etc. The rebozo passes do not go under baby’s legs, so having a good seat is crucial. Since this carry does not include a cross pass, if your little one is a leaner, you might find he can lean a good deal with this one. The shoulder flip is nice if you have a colorful wrap but some people find it hard to get the wrap up high over baby’s back.
Knotless Double rebozo with interesting hip scoot technique
- When doing the shoulder flip, it doesn't matter if you use the top rail or the bottom rail. If you use the bottom rail, it will allow the opposite side of the wrap to show.
- Tighten strand by strand to ensure you remove all the slack so baby can't lean too far away from you.
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Crystal Knezek, ABE