Styling with Atyu - Lace top, Jeans & Baby carrier!


While my Atyudarini is most comfortable in a ringsling, with the most comfortable foetal position and my body warmth, at times, esp when I'm on a relatively longer period of time outside, it does get a bit difficult to carry her in one shoulder. 
Browsing through Facebook Marketplace, (which is of late a new shopping destination for me, lolz), I found someone selling their preloved Babybjorn Original Carrier with its Winter Cape. But then I also read about this whole thing on hip dyspepsia, M position and knees being supported and got worried though there is no conclusive evidence that it might cause any trouble at all... Then I saw a DIY that suggested wrapping a scarf from beneath the baby's knees to our shoulder/back to make it ergonomically correct. So now, both problems solved - her weight is distributed among both my shoulders and her hips are protected as well. But yeah, I wouldn't carry her for long in this too, as she prefers ringsling any day! This is for my comfort, when my shoulder starts hurting.

Lace detail top & Grey Jeggings: Primark
Shoes: Bata
Skull 'glow-in-dark' Earrings: Claire's (received as gift)
Baby Carrier: BabyBjorn Original
Scarf: Thrifted from a flea market in New Delhi
Last month was Autumn in Belgium and I always love autumn for its color and fallen leaves which is always, always picturesque. We ventured out to a museum and this is what we wore! It was a coincidence that her pants and my shoe laces totally matched! I realized it only after I saw the photos!!! 

Have you used a narrow width carrier? Have you used a baby carrier at all? Let me know your experiences...



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11 comments

  1. Its great to see mommy and baby hanging out at the museum :)

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  2. This looks comfortable and easy to carry around. ...and lovely photos!

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  3. You're definately one stylish mummy! Love the baby carry you are having! Nice!

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  4. Wow you baby is finally arrived, congratulations! You still the stylish Momma I known online :)

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  5. I don't have a child yet so I can't really relate with the carrier problem, good thing you found the scarf solution online! Love the whole look btw. <3

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  6. I love your adorable and cute top! I would totally wear that! I used a baby carrier when mine were little and loved it. Shell

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  8. The baby carrier looks sturdy. Whenever my older sister would go here in the Philippines, I don`t see her with a baby carrier. Even with pictures of my niece and nephew as a baby, I only saw them in a stroller and not a baby carrier.

    ❀ Grace ❀

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  9. You are pretty mom as always. and that baby carrier looks comfortable to your baby.

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  10. See your photos reminded me of the time when my daughter was young. Then we did not have carriers. She is 25 now! Enjoy this time. it is awesome.

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  11. I started out with a baby carrier similar to yours, which was great for moving about and doing my errands or even managing to fold laundry while they're sleeping on me! Eventually by baby #3, I moved onto a sling type wrap that was SO awesome to use; baby slept in it all the time when we were in public :)

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