So I have been meaning to blog more. I had plans to do a lot of stuff for May because it’s MCS awareness month (Multiple Chemical Sensitivity. It’s why I wear a mask and why I only leave my house to take my baby for walks and to the clinic). In a cruel twist of fate I’ve been sick too often to write up anything.
But I’ve still been productive! I got a beautiful new wrap for my Mother’s Day present. It’s an IndaJani Fular Huini Rosa. This is my third IndaJani wrap and I have to say that the Huini is a great wrap. I really love my Binni, but Huini is probably the better wrap. Gasp! One of these days I’ll do a proper review, especially since there isn’t much out there about this wrap.
My other two IndaJanis wrap a bit short so I ordered Rosa in 5.5 meters (a long 7). I was shocked to discover that it was a tapered wrap! Of all my IndaJanis this wraps the truest to size. I can rock a Double Hammock with a waistband and a candy cane chest belt and have a wonderfully supportive and comfortable carry. But I wanted to be able to use my Rosa in the heat of the summer so I needed to figure out how to do a single layer carry without tails dragging after me, and ideally it’d have the support of a chest pass.
And so I experimented and came up with the Goddess Finish! A beautiful finish similar to a Frankencarry/DH Dress, but one layer over baby’s back and no rings needed!
*edited to add: I originally called this a “Date Night Finish” but decided I preferred Goddess Finish. I had done a very poor quality video under the original name found here and figured I would be okay renaming it since the finish hadn’t really ‘caught on’ by then. Well, it’s gaining in popularity under the original name! I don’t really care WHAT you call it, just rock it!
Also, the trick to making this comfy seems to be having a nice and centered sternum pass, straight up through the cleavage!
**Remember how I said I didn’t know if this was a thing? Well I guess it was already a thing. I am not in the know enough to know WHO started it, so I can’t credit them here. But it wasn’t me.