Category Archives: Babywearing Advocacy

COCAM: Babywearing Gets The Job Done

Welcome to the Carrying On Campaign (COCAM) Week Three! This post is part of the blog carnival hosted by Kanga Collective and we’re thrilled to be a part of it! The problem with parenting is that you get a baby, … Continue reading

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What Does A Sling Library Need?

Do you need thousands of dollars, a really large cupboard and a gigantic suitcase to wheel it all about in? Or can a sling library function on the “less is more” philosophy? What’s the purpose of a sling library anyway? … Continue reading

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Start Your Own Sling Meet

There are many great sling groups popping up all over Australia and New Zealand. If you’re keen on joining in, then check out Slingbabies in New Zealand or Babywearing Australia on Facebook to find one. But perhaps you’ve looked and … Continue reading

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Babywearing Articles

A selection of articles and links collected by our members over many years: resurrected from the archives! Why should I wear my baby? – Excerpts from Babywearing by Maria Blois, M.D. – Dr. Sears article on Babywearing – The Importance of … Continue reading

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How Babywearing Supports Democracy

Women have been under-represented in Australian political life since Federation in 1901. Not only in the numbers of women in Parliament, but also in making their voices heard. Women don’t have the financial clout to lobby parties, as business leaders … Continue reading

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Babywearing supports breastfeeding

Happy World Breastfeeding Week! It’s celebrated internationally from 1 to 7 August 2010. Unlike breastfeeding, which is something normally done by the mother, babywearing can be done by anyone – breastfeeding or not. But one of the many cool things … Continue reading

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