I have a couple of baby carriers that allow me to wear Baby2 as an accessory. It's great because she gets to be held and I can hold her while still being able to use my hands.
I've been wearing Baby2 quite frequently now (I find she has a better temperament when I've been wearing her for a while vs. putting her down all the time). I am having flashbacks to wearing Baby a few years ago and realizing I had forgotten a few things about babywearing.
1. I wish I had longer arms. I have to remember not to bump Baby2 into things, like when I wash my hands in the sink or work at the kitchen counter. Longer arms would help this, I think.
2. If I drop something, it stays dropped. I apologize in advance all you store employees. I do not do this intentionally. It's really hard to bend down to pick something up. If I do bend down, I'm in an awkward pose that just looks silly. I am working on my ballet so I can plie and eleve, but my muscles aren't strong enough and I just end up falling.
3. It never fails that I have to use the bathroom about five minutes after I put the baby on. Then I attempt to hold it and end up with that have-to-use-the-bathroom feeling.
4. It's difficult to nurse in. The carriers that I have either require too much adjusting in order to nurse, or I have to take it off altogether. I'm debating buying a new carrier or just sucking it up. These things are expensive and I'm not going to use them forever.
5. The baby gets covered in crumbs and drips as I attempt to eat over her head. I can remedy this by covering her head with a napkin, but it's usually blown away or knocked away because the baby just doesn't sit still (imagine that, the baby actually moves!).
That's all I can think of right now. Anything else I'm forgetting?