Category Archives: Babywearing Info

Babywearing Ages and Stages: Preschoolers and Beyond

Not many people regularly carry their child 3 years and older. After all, they’re independent humans with a desire (and a need) for exercise! However, sometimes the walk is too long, the airport too fraught with obstacles or the tantrum … Continue reading

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A Week in the Life of Emma

Thanks to Emma for sharing her week with us It looks like a peaceful, dreamy week- at least while babywearing! Would you like to participate in the “Week in the Life” project? Take a photo every time you baby wear … Continue reading

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Beyond the Baby: A Toddler Wearing Moment

“Oooh…….buh……buh…ah, oh….wow” Little hands squeezing my shoulders, an excited bounce on my back and a little hand shoots out past my ear pointing, “Bird!” Its moments like these that I experienced today that remind me how lucky I am as … Continue reading

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Babywearing Ages and Stages: Toddlers (1-3 Years)

You never thought you’d be carrying a baby THIS big- but she’s not a baby any more! She’s a toddler. She may have begun to walk by now, but she almost certainly will by the end of this stage. She’s … Continue reading

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A Week in the Life of Natalie

Thanks to Natalie for sharing her week with us: rainbows, stars, tandem-wearing, laundry, bike riding! It doesn’t look like you stopped for a moment If you’d like to participate in the “A Week in the Life” project, just take a … Continue reading

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Babywearing Ages and Stages: Big Babies (6-12 Months)

Your baby is possibly sitting up now, or thinking about it. He or she may be keen on exploring the world from the ground, but still wanting lots of attention. Good head and core stability means that your baby is … Continue reading

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