The first thing that comes to mind is a mei tai- especially if you can wear him on your back. You can see me doing something like this in the kitchen here!
From T- What is your advice for type of sling/carriers to get right from the get-go?
My personal preference is a ring sling for newborns and when you are first starting out. I find them easiest to use and most comfortable. I do encourage Moms to wear baby not just in the cradle hold carry (as most babies tend to fuss at this position) and instead position them with their tummy to your chest- also called the Tummy To Tummy, Snuggle Hold, or Vertical Carry, with their head high enough- you should be able to kiss the top of their head! Another great newborn carrier is a wrap.
From Miche- I am having a hard time figuring out how to carry the baby and have them lined up for nursing without having to just flash everyone.....
I have some good breastfeeding while babywearing tips in a previous posts here. My best suggestion is to wear a nursing top or layered top so that you can pull up the top shirt and still have something underneath so you don't feel like you are bearing all. I usually turn to the side or use the sling as a cover until baby is latched on. Practice in front of a mirror if you can, too!
From Blessedw5mom- If you could only bring one carrier on a long trip, which one would you choose?
I would choose a mei tai for a long trip. I find that it's the most versatile and best for longer carries- the two shoulder support is much easier on my back and I always found Gray to nap better in this type of carrier.
From Jenny- Do you think it's okay to wear a baby boy in a girly-colored carrier because you (the mother) are a girl and like the color? Or should moms of boys only use boyish-colored slings?
I think it is perfectly fine to wear a sling that is feminine when you have a son, and same with wearing a masculine sling if you have a girl. The sling should make sense with your style and your outfit, not necessarily your baby's! This was also discussed at the Babywearing In Style class I attended at the Babywearing Conference this year.
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