Welcome to the Carrying On Campaign (COCAM) Week Four! It’s been a wonderful month, thank you for joining us. This post is part of the final blog carnival hosted by Kanga Collective!
Babywearing is something we’re passionate about here at BCD. We’re part of a broader passionate community, too, which is what COCAM is all about.
But babywearing is individual. It doesn’t have to be one style of carrier, or a particular way of carrying. You can carry your five year old, or you can decide enough is enough far earlier than that. You can back carry your newborn- or you can decide that back carries are not for you at any age. It’s all baby (and big kid) wearing. It’s a practice which supports your family not matter what shape, choices and form your family takes.
It’s a parenting tool for parents and caregivers. For Mums and Dads and families with two Mums or two Dads or a selection of each. It’s for step parents and grandparents. For aunts and uncles and cousins and older siblings. No matter what your family looks like, babywearing is a tool you can use.
Babywearing Gets My Family- if it gets yours too, we’d love to hear from you!