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    Default hugabub- peapod position?

    I've lost my dvd......

    I can't figure out the peapod position to feed her in.

    Can anyone help?



    TIA

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    This is the instruction for the "cradle hold" on the moby website & I think it's the same as the peapod one.

    1. Fold the fabric that is over your shoulders in half. This will create a pocket on each shoulder.

    2. Carefully place baby’s upper body into the pocket that is closest to your body.

    3. Spread the fabric over baby’s torso and bottom, supporting your baby with your other arm.

    4. Place the baby’s legs into the opposite pocket. Spread the fabric over baby’s legs, bottom and back.

    5. Find the logo section from the center of the wrap. Gently pull this portion of the fabric up and over baby.

    6. Spread the fabric on your shoulders for a comfortable fit.

    The Cradle Hold lets you nurse discreetly.

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