Babies thrive if they are held often and close and babywearing is a great way to do that.
Baby’s arrival need not mean the end of parents’ hiking trips. With a little bit of extra preparation and planning, baby will enjoy the hike as much as the parents.
Wondering if you have a safe baby carrier? Use this illustrated guide to safe baby wearing.
I am told that even though baby carrier choices are expanding, the only obvious option to most parents, especially those looking to big box stores for guidance, is the Baby Bjorn and its various knock-offs. A lot of parents have ended up equating babywearing with the Bjorn, and I come across parents all the time […]
We love parenting in active and intentional ways as often as possible – and we start that immediately when our kids are born. We nurse them, wear them often (especially when they go through those fussy stages), and find ways to play alongside them. Generally, we let our kids, and their basic personalities, help point out the […]
As basic as they are, ring slings are limited to one shoulder carries, which can be uncomfortable after a long time carrying. Wraps are usually more comfortable, but the learning curve can be steep.
Babywearing is back in a huge way, and if you have basic sewing skills you can whip up a huge variety of mei tais, ring slings and other carriers. It’s worth trying a few different kinds of carrier to see what suits you and your baby.