Meh dai kan brukes på mage, hofte og rygg. Her ser dere hvordan det kan gjøres, samt ulike måter å knyte på når man bærer på ryggen.
Front carry with a meh dai/bei dai (formerly known as mei tai)Front carry with a meh dai/bei dai (formerly known as mei tai) (wrap conversion, padded to wrap straps) made of an Oscha Japanese Knot Chisaii Fern wrap.
How to do a Hip Carry in a Meh-dai with tips for comfortable strap placementThis video shows how to do a hip carry in an Infantino Meh-dai. This method would work with any Meh-dai. It includes tips for keeping the shoulder strap away from your neck.
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Meh-dai | Hip Carry | Comfortable Strap Placement | Beh-dai
Bei Dai Front and Back CarriesMei Tai Front & Back Carry in a Wrap Conversion
The wrap: Wrap Conversion Bei Dai (WCMT)
The carry: Front Carry and Back Carry
The baby: 19 months, 23 pounds (11.5kg)
Bei Dai Fabulous Finishes IFour fashionable ways to tie your Bei Dai
The wrap: Wrap Conversion Bei Dai
The carry: Back Carry
The babe: 19 months, 24 pounds (12kg)