Tag Archives: infants

On Display

Parenting in Public Ain’t For Wimps. From the minute we have left the “safety” of closed doors, we are a walking, talking, mobile piece of artwork. We’re visible. The choices we make are on display. And if you choose to … Continue reading

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Can we please go home now?

Leaving Hospital with a Premmie (or two). When you are pregnant, you normally anticipate things will go a certain way; maybe the way previous pregnancies have gone, or maybe better! Some people expect particular hiccups because of their medical history … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding Hands Free

As you’ve probably noticed, we’re running a series on breastfeeding hands free. This is a “bookmark” post with links to all of our hands free topics and will be updated as we add to the series. Breastfeeding hands free, instructions … Continue reading

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Breastfeeding in a Long Wrap: Part One

As part of our “How to Breastfeed Hands free series” which started here, this post discusses breastfeeding in a long wrap. Specifically, we’ll discuss breastfeeding upright in a Front Wrap Cross Carry. If you’re not familiar with the carry, instructions … Continue reading

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Newborn Babywearing: The First Days

OK, I’ll admit I’m an addict. When I was pregnant with my second child, I looked forward to two things: the end of morning sickness and newborn babywearing. I hadn’t worn my eldest child as a neonate- we got our … Continue reading

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Sling Time is Not Tummy Time

One of the common misconceptions circulating in babywearing circles is that time upright in a carrier can be equated with “tummy time”, or time an infant spends playing on its tummy. These two activities should not be equated, there are … Continue reading

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