Babywearing Cross Training

I’ll admit that when Lori and Katie told me that this month we were doing cross training, I said, “Nope.”  I, in case you didn’t know, have a true hatred for sweating and working out, but mostly sweating and I try to experience everything if we are going to write it as a group post. […]

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Water Wearing

The VERY FIRST carrier I borrowed from the lending library was a water wrap and I proudly wore my weeks-old baby over my postpartum belly in a centered Poppins!  I was desperate to keep things as normal as possible for my four year-old who suddenly wasn’t the only child anymore and “normal” meant being at […]

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Toddlerwearing

So… you’ve taken our scientific test and found out that the baby you are wearing is actually… a toddler.  The first step is admitting you are wearing a toddler. It’s a big deal.  Congratulate yourself.  BUT… don’t pack up the babywearing just yet! Lori, our VP of Education is here to teach us the toddler-wearing […]

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Keep it Simple: 12 Reasons I love a Mei Tai

I Lurve a Mei Tai. And in my deep contemplative moments… I have tried to put my finger on exactly why. The answer is simple.  Mei Tais keep it simple.  Elegant it it’s simplicity, it is easy to use, clean, size, and wear.   So, I took that simple answer and (like only a lawyer would […]

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An Enviable Position

We all look down at our babies from time to time and think, “man, that’s nice. I wish some one would carry me.” And sometimes adults DO get carried: One of my friends in my mom’s group posted this recently: And who wouldn’t like to be snuggled and warm, carried, and comforted?  In an enviable […]

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Babywearing Safety

Babywearing 102 has generously shared this article with us. Babywearing Safety   The most important aspect of babywearing is safety. Any carrier can be used incorrectly, rendering it unsafe.   Babywearing an Infant Here are some safety tips from Babywearing International: Check to ensure that your baby is not curled up tightly in a chin-to-chest position; […]

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