Among all the other benefits of babywearing for you and your little one, one of the most practical benefits is that it allows you to hold your baby close while keeping your hands free. But let's be honest, you can't get as much done with a baby strapped to your chest as you can with a baby NOT strapped to your chest. Especially as your baby gets bigger and more curious to see the world, front carrying can inhibit your range of motion almost as much as carrying baby in arms.
But babies want to be held and sh*t needs to get done, so what's a loving but busy mama to do? Get that baby onto your back! Read More
West Coast Sewing Co is a new Canadian baby carrier company that makes beautiful, double sided ring slings. I’m always on the lookout for what’s up and coming in the babywearing world, so when I came across these stunning baby slings, I couldn’t wait to try one out! Read More
A cesarean birth can be a wonderful way to bring your baby into the world, but the recovery is a little different than that of a vaginal birth. You may wonder if babywearing is safe or comfortable while recovering from a c-section.
The short answer is:
Yes! Babywearing can be a safe and comfortable way to carry your baby after a c-section delivery. Read More
You’re out with the baby and suddenly he starts fussing and bobbing his head around. You know what that means, it’s time to eat. Again. But there’s nowhere convenient to sit or you just don’t want to stop what you’re doing to nurse. So what’s a mom to do? Breastfeed in your baby carrier, of course! Read More