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Baby Carrier Industry Alliance (BCIA) is an organization representing sellers, producers and educators. The organization does not create regulations but unites to help solve compliance issues, conduct community safety campaigns and improve regulatory standards. Here are things BCIA teaches about babywearing. Every country has different laws regarding products that qualify to be sold legally in the markets. The Consumer Product Safety...

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This is the second post of our two part series on when is it time to stop using a ring sling: baby age/size and product life. The earlier post addressed the baby age/weight restrictions of babywearing through a ring sling. This post will discuss when it is time to stop using a ring sling based on product life. Each product...

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Being a parent comes with a lot of enjoyment and responsibility. Often new parents feel the need to shower their little one with every possible thing under the sun. With hands-on parenting trends being on the rise, traditional practices such as babywearing and nursing are also on the rise. There are lots of babywearing options, but an ergonomic ring sling...

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Babywearing has become a popular trend and ring slings have become a popular choice among babywearing parents. Ring slings are extremely handy when you’re out and about and it also has innumerable benefits. But when you’re on the go, your ring sling is going to gather dust and dirt overtime. We all know that babies are still in the process of developing...

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5CM means 5 safety tips + C-shape body + M-position legs (not 5 centimeters thick!) The British Association of Babywearing Instructors had proposed the T.I.C.K.S. rule for safe babywearing.TIGHT –  slings and carriers should be tight enough to hug your baby close to you as this will be most comfortable for you both. Any slack/loose fabric will allow your baby to slump down in the carrier which can...

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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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* Not all sizes available in all styles 

 

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Early stages of pregnancy: please use your pre-pregnancy body size.
Close to your due date : please select one size smaller than your current size.

MATERNITY BRA SIZING TIPS

During Pregnancy: Our under bust size will gradually increase as your baby grows, for up to one cup size.
Postnatal: Avoid buying maternity bras in the first two weeks, as your bust (cup size) will increase significantly to prepare for breastfeeding. It usually settles in the second week.


* Not all sizes available in all styles