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Babywearing has been a part of various cultures for several generations. There was a slump in mainstream babywearing after the invention of alternative baby carriers. However, there has been an increase in popularity of babywearing in recent years. With more and more parents opting for babywearing as a primary or secondary baby carrier option, the benefits and practicality of babywearing...

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Is your baby too dependent? Will babywearing make baby clingy? Is it ok to restrain baby? These questions aren't uncommon when it comes to babywearing. While studies have shown that babywearing stimulates physical and emotional wellbeing of babies, the decision making process (before babywearing) seems to be on the line of fire. The glaring and underlying question being: is babywearing and baby dependence...

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Babywearing is a decision you make. There are lots of benefits for baby and the bond between parent and baby is definitely another added bonus. But often there is a lot of thought put into the decision of babywearing. Will my baby be too attached? Is this a healthy way of upbringing my child? Can I go on with my...

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Babywearing is a choice but correctly babywearing is a decision you must take to follow through with your choice. Using your ring sling for the first time can be very tricky especially because you won’t be able to tell if the baby is uncomfortable. Make sure you consider safe ways to wear a ring sling before embarking on a beautiful bonding journey with baby....

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Halloween is only a week away. And it’s that time of the year when kids decorate pumpkins and go trick-or-treating. Adults in the neighborhood stock up on candies and chocolates to make sure each little one that knocks on their door does not go back home empty handed. Regardless of you being old or young, dressing up is part of the day....

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It's hard to know which size to buy when you are pregnant and in between sizes.  please use the following tips as a guide to help you decide which size to buy.


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