Monthly Archives: August 2009

It’s Time to Get Serious: Surviving a Nuclear War

Today, we’re getting serious again. There’s not much more serious than discussing how to survive a nuclear war (except on this blog). Next week, we’ll talk about discussing a post apocalyptic war-zone, which is quite a different kettle of fish … Continue reading

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How to Wear Your Baby and Not Spend Any Money

You need to learn how to do a rebozo carry and then all sorts of items suddenly become baby carriers! Scarves, shawls, sheets, tablecloths- the possibilities are endless. An awesome, detailed tutorial on the rebozo and slip knot is here. … Continue reading

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High Needs Baby: Update

It’s probably time for an update on my high needs cherub. As I blogged about awhile ago, I’ve been spending the last couple of weeks wearing her as consistently as possible and as often as practicable. The theory was that … Continue reading

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Choosing an SSC

Choosing the right soft structured carrier can be pretty difficult with all the features available. Borrowing or trying one on at a slingmeet is the best way to go, but if that’s not possible or your not sure what you … Continue reading

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Adelaide Sling Meet

Bowden Brompton Community Centre Green Street, Brompton Monday 17th August 10am – 12:30pm $2 per family to cover room hire

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WOE:Ruck

Welcome to the WOE Ruck (Wrap Once Every Day). Here are Jess’ tips, tricks and internet picks. As always, you can join in the chatter, get some help or admire the wraps, wrappers and wrappees here. Instructions: Picture tute here. … Continue reading

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