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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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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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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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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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