Tag Archives: babywearing

You Get What You Pay For

Recently, I have noticed a near-exponential rise in interest in babywearing. More and more people are doing it, so more and more people see it, are aware of it, start doing it… and so on. There are a wealth of … Continue reading

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Babywearing the older child

Recently, I saw the question on a forum “Those of you who wear older children, say aged two or older – why do you do this? They can walk everywhere, can’t they?”. Since this question was asked on a forum … Continue reading

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Tandem babywearing

Tandem wearing is something people keep asking me to write about since I am, apparently, experienced in it! Er, not sure if that is true but I have certainly tried to tandem carry. I have carried both my girls on … Continue reading

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The DIY Babywearing Coat (a sort-of not-very-good tutorial)

First off, sorry if this doesn’t make much sense. I tried to take photos of my work in progress but probably didn’t take as many as I should have. Here’s a rough idea of how I made my babywearing coat: … Continue reading

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The Babywearing Coat

Do you babywear? Own a babywearing coat? Then lucky you! If you don’t, then maybe it’s because you weren’t aware such things existed. Or maybe you started looking for one and realised how difficult they are to obtain, both in … Continue reading

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International Babywearing Week

Did you know it’s International Babywearing Week? Actually, neither did I until a few days ago… Anyway, here are some of my favourite babywearing photos to celebrate!    

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Stretchies get a bad wrap

I sometimes sense a little snobbishness amongst babywearers about the type of carrier used. High street carriers are looked on with scorn or pity, and referred to a ‘crotch danglers’. Cheaper, workhorse wraps are seen as ‘newbie’ while expensive limited … Continue reading

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