Category Archives: Babywearing Info

Babywearing Ages and Stages: The Little Baby (3-6 Months)

Your baby is no longer a newborn: but he or she is still little! Quite a bit heavier, with good head control and some core stability developing: there are more babywearing horizons opening up all the time! What Works Well: … Continue reading

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Babywearing Ages and Stages: Term Newborns (0-3 Months)

Welcome to our new series: Babywearing Ages and Stages. We’re working with Babywearer’s Circle on this series. In it, we’ll take you through some of the ages and stages your little one will go through in your babywearing journey. We’ll let … Continue reading

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Babywearing Ages and Stages: The Premature Baby

Welcome to our new series: Babywearing Ages and Stages. We’re working with Babywearer’s Circle on this series. In it, we’ll take you through some of the ages and stages your little one will go through in your babywearing journey. We’ll … Continue reading

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COCAM: Babywearing Gets Your Family

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 … Continue reading

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A Week In the Life…

A new series we’re running here on BCD, we want to take a look at a week in the life of the babywearer. What’s your life like? Every time you wear for a week, snap a photo. We want to … Continue reading

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The Babywearing Encyclopaedia of Sleep: Putting them Down

Yesterday we talked about getting babies down to sleep. Today we’re talking about how to put them down. Let me be very clear to start with: some babies are very, very difficult to put down. Some stages of baby development … Continue reading

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