Monthly Archives: August 2020

  1. How To Use The Ergobaby Carrier

     

    Why don't we look at how to correctly fit an Ergobaby? It's a great buckle carrier that can be used from birth without any insert.

    What else?

    • Adjustable from newborn to toddler.
    • Ergonomic, forward facing option.
    • Lumbar support for extra back comfort.
    • Detachable storage pouch.
    • Have a look at our video to see it in action and positions.

     

    Lots of designs available here.

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  2. Minu Baby Wrap Review

    Minu Baby Wrap Review

    New to the UK market, Minu Baby Wraps are exceptional in the stretchy wrap world. The first soft, lightweight, breathable and eco-friendly 100% Lenzing Modal Baby Wrap, made in Prague. It’s the perfect, ethical and sustainable baby wrap from those precious newborn days onwards. When I say soft and lightweight, I mean really soft and really lightweight.

     

    With your baby wrapped close, you have your hands free to safely take on the world together, while feeling elegant, stylish and well dressed. The exclusive fabric is breathable and keeps both you and your baby comfortable and close.

     

    Minu Baby Wrap Dusty Mint

     

    Minu baby wraps are specially knitted f

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  3. Friday Feature - Coracor Stretchy Wrap Video

     

    This week we look at the gorgeous Coracor Stretchy Wraps. These are a lovely two way stretchy wrap, super soft and easy to use. A great option for the 4th trimester.

     

    Let's look at the features:

     

    • Suitable from birth - designed for the first year of carrying/up to 12 kg (26 lbs.)
    • Easy to put on, instructions included.
    • Fully adjustable, one size fits all carriers and children.
    • 91% organic GOTS-certified cotton and 9% elastane.
    • Allows for discreet seated breastfeeding.

     

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  4. How To Use A Ring Sling

     

    Some people can be a bit put off by ring slings, thinking that they are difficult to use or not as supportive as other types of baby carrier given that baby's weight rests on one hip. But ring slings are fantastic, and once you get the hang of them they are one of the easiest types of slings to use.

     

     

    You can use the pouch to set the seat - some call it a perch, a rope, or a band - use it by setting it behind baby's knees, in a straight line from one knee to the other. This will help create that nice deep seat that you want.

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  5. World Breastfeeding Week - Feeding In Different Types Of Baby Carrier

     

    For #worldbreastfeedingweek we are going to look at feeding in various slings and carriers. Today we look at feeding in a half buckle or Meh Dai, using the fabulous Didymos Didyklick

     

    When feeding in a sling:

     

    • Always support babies head
    • Ensure babies hands cup the breast
    • No fabric behind babies head
    • Monitor baby at all times for latching on and off
    • When finished, always reposition baby upright.

     

    If you need any help or support

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  6. World Breast Feeding Week - How To Feed In A Stretchy Wrap - Video

     

    Today marks the start of #worldbreastfeedingweek so we are going to look at feeding in various slings and carriers.

    Today we look at feeding in a stretchy wrap, using the lovely soft Coracor Wrap.

    When feeding in a sling,

    • Always support babies head;
    • Ensure babies hands cup the breast;
    • Made sure there is no fabric behind baby's head;
    • Monitor baby at all times for latching on and off,
    • When finished, always reposition baby upright.

    If you need any help or support

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