Carry of the Week: Week 26 – Half Jordans Back Carry

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WEEK 26
Half Jordans Back Carry

Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vAI7Sy3tHeM

Half Jordans Back Carry is an excellent shorty back carry – which is also going to be great for this week’s hot weather! This carry also includes a leg pass to help lock in those leg straighteners. You’ll need a size 2-3 (for most wearers) to do this carry.

Post photos below of you trying out a Half Jordans Back Carry!

Carry of the Week: Week 25 – Back Wrap Cross Carry with Sweetheart Finish

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WEEK 25
Back Wrap Cross Carry with Sweetheart Finish

Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l_KRB5PGTjU

The BWCC with Sweetheart Finish gives a super cute look in the front with the chest pass for support and two leg passes (great for those leg straighteners!). This carry requires a size 6+ for most.

Post photos below of you trying out a Back Wrap Cross Carry with Sweetheart Finish!

Carry of the Week: Week 24 – Ruck Tibetan / Knotless

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WEEK 24
Ruck Tibetan / Knotless

Tibetan Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KjkE59VZUX0
Knotless Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OTFDuPBmhPg

A ruck without a waistband knot! Tibetan is a fun tie off that threads the straps across your chest. Make sure you note the difference between the normal Tibetan tieoff and the knotless tieoff — in the first, the crossed passes are threaded under the ruck strap and through to the outside and will need tied off in the center. In the second, the passes are threaded OVER the ruck strap through to the center – and this method does not require a knot because it holds the tension on it’s own.

Post photos below of you trying out a Ruck Tied Tibetan and Knotless!

Hike It Baby meets BWI

On May 6th BWI-Kitsap VBE’s joined forces with Melissa of Hike it Baby Kitsap. Hike it baby is a free group for families to organize hikes with other local families. BWI was asked to join a hike and be there to help Hike it Baby members out with baby carriers.
It was a beautiful day at Evergreen Park in Bremerton. Once the whole group arrived, We were able to do an introduction, and give one on one baby wearing help to those who needed it. Once we began our hike the kids got to lead the way around a loop ending at the playground. When the hike ended, VBE’s Nicole, Samantha, Jen, and Haylee were able to do more one on one help with baby carriers. Overall it was really fun getting out and getting active in the nice spring weather with the community.
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