1. What Is A Woven Wrap Base Size?


    Today for #wovenwednesday we are chatting about base size. What is it? What does it mean? How do you know yours? Can you use other sizes?

    Watch the video to find out more.

    If you need any help in choosing your new wrap or not sure on sizing just get in touch.

    Oh, and we have an amazing special offer on Didymos for all of September 2020 - save 10%!

    You can find Lots of colours available here.

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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  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. The Best Lightweight Baby Carriers and Baby Slings For 2020

    The Best Lightweight Baby Carriers and Slings For 2020


    So summer is finally here! Summer is fun, I love summer; although having said that, anything over 20C I find a bit melty. And that's even before I start babywearing! But there's nothing better than being out in the sunshine with your wee one in a sling, chatting away and having fun together, pointing out the sights and sounds.

    It goes without saying that it can take a little bit of extra thought and effort when babywearing in summer, and choosing the right baby carrier can make all the difference.

    Baby carriers that work well in summer and / or warmer weather generally speaking fall into 2 categories:

    • those that are lighter / less structured, and therefore naturally cooler in themselves,
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  7. Isara The One Baby Carrier Review

    Isara The One Review

    The Isara The One is a full buckle, fully adjustable baby carrier. It's suitable from newborn to preschool, and when we say it's suitable from newborn to preschool we really mean it!

    The weight limit is from just under 7lbs to 44lbs! It's a lovely soft carrier without feeling too bulky even with a small baby.

    The waistband doesn't feel too thick and the padding is not too stiff so sits comfortably, the width adjusts easily on a slider with velcro.

    The panel is well made with a great amount of soft padding at babies knee area, it has two hooks tucked away to attach the toddler extenders.

    The panel height is easily adjusted to fit baby with webbing, and in the same clip you can adjust the strap length as needed.

    The straps are quite narrow, more than other carriers but we find them nice and comfy, again lovely soft padding so not too

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  8. Tula Explore Baby Carrier Review

    Tula Explore Baby Carrier Review

    Tula Explore

    What Is The Tula Explore?

    The Tula Explore is a multi-position, adjustable baby carrier that brings together the newborn-suitable features of the Tula Free To Grow Carrier, and the world-facing features that many parents desire, in a single, fantastic carrier.

    Completely adjustable from newborn, the seat area narrows across the width and height for younger babies and adjusts with them as they grow. There is a little padding at the knee for added comfort for baby. It is an ergonomic

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  9. What To Wear When Babywearing - Summer Edition

    What To Wear When Babywearing - Summer Edition

    What to wear when babywearing Summer Edition


    Short but sweet summertime. Long days, blue skies, green grass, and hopefully some sunshine wherever you are!

    With the gorgeous sunshine and blue skies comes warmth. Warmth is good; we love warmth and it makes us feel good. Sometimes though, it’s warmer than warm - it’s hot or even super-hot. So how to carry your baby in the heat - here are some top tips from our experts!

    Babywearing in the heat - how to dress, indoors and out.


    Dress baby down at home, particularly if you run warm. Your little one can be dressed in only a vest or nappy (especially if using a stretchy wra

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  10. Babywearing With A Toddler

    Babywearing With A Toddler

    Isara Toddler Carrier


    Toddler carrying is very much the same as carrying a younger baby (size aside).

    You carry your toddler every day in arms. It’s where your toddler is often most comfortable. It’s where you love to hold them, where you know they are happiest and safest.

    Using a sling to carry your toddler is an extension of carrying your toddler in arms.

    A sling allows you to carry your toddler, to continue the loving touch they need, whilst having your hands free.

    Toddler-wearing has such meaning, it’s deep bonding that lasts. Carrying a bigger baby or older child can have a profound and lasting impact on you both. It's never too late to start carry

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