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Babywearing 101 - basics about babywearing and different carrier types
Choosing Your Carrier - all about different type of baby carriers and how to choose. Comparison charts galore!
Using Your Carrier - tips, troubleshooting and advice on getting comfy in your baby carrier - it's all here!
So you have a new buckle carrier but even though the model makes it look so darn easy in the instruction booklet, you just can't figure out how in the heck you are supposed to clip...Learn more
Perfect Fit Adjustors (PFAs) are a nifty little feature on some buckle carriers that allow you to further customize the carrier for your needs. They also simplify breastfeeding. ...Learn more
If your buckle carrier isn't comfortable for you, check the placement of your chest clip. The chest clip is such a little piece and yet it is absolutely helpful in getting your car...Learn more
A buckle carrier is easy! they said. It's the most comfortable carrier ever! they said. You'll love it! they said. And yet for some reason, when you put yours on, it just isn't ...Learn more
Need help troubleshooting your buckle carrier? We love buckle carriers because they are quick to put on, and relatively easy to figure out. Carriers like the Tula, Beco, Pikkolo ...Learn more
We love ring slings because they are fast and easy to put on, and because they can be worn from birth to toddlerhood with ease! Learning how to get comfy in your ring sling can ta...Learn more
Silk is one of the most amazing fabrics for ring slings - it's light, supportive, breathable and beautiful all at the same time. One of the most common questions we get asked, tho...Learn more
When learning any new carrier or wrapping technique, always have another person available as a spotter when you are first starting out. Practice over a bed or other soft landing ...Learn more
Back carrying in a wrap is definitely advanced babywearing. If you are new to wrapping, please be sure that you have already mastered and are comfortable with front carries in you...Learn more
Looking to get comfortable in your new baby wrap? Suffering from an achy back or a sore neck? Does your child fuss or seem uncomfortable in your wrap? Trying a new wrap po...Learn more
Yes, it really is possible for most people to wear a baby or toddler while you are pregnant! While pregnancy is not a time to add new stressors to your body, if you have already be...Learn more
"My baby hates the carrier" or"My baby doesn't like to be worn", I hear these statements frequently through my work as a babywearing educator. During the first two years of life, y...Learn more
This article was written in September 2006 by M'Liss Stelzer, RN and edited by Holly McCroskey. This article was an early effort to educate babywearers on the important of proper p...Learn more
Wondering how to wear your baby in hot weather? Unfortunately, no one has yet invented a baby carrier with an air conditioner feature but when they do, we'll be the first ones to ...Learn more