Videos

  1. ISARA The One - Friday Feature Video

    ISARA The One

     

     

    This week we look at our Sling Of The Month, The ISARA The One.

     

    These are the key features that make it such an amazing baby carrier:

    • This is such a soft comfortable carrier, adjustable from newborn to toddler;
    • It is fully adjustable which makes it a great carrier to share and suits most body types;
    • The straps are able to be worn two ways depending on your preference;
    • Extra strap extenders to grow the carrier for toddlers;
    • Can be worn
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  2. Top Tip Tuesday - Pelvic Tilt

    Top Tip Tuesday

     

     

    Last week we discussed the importance of a pelvic tilt, many people asked how to do it.

    So this video shows you how to ensure this in a front and back carry.

    Front carry - put your hands between baby and sling, scoop round the hips forwards. This brings the hips towards you. Ensuring knees are higher and bum is lower. This in turn ensures the natural curve of babies spine.

    For a back carry - reach behind, tilt pelvis up towards you, bringing knees higher. You can see I lift the bum to ensure the waistband is flat and horizontal. If baby is sat into the waistband this can effect position.

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  3. Friday Feature With The Wompat - Video

    Friday Feature With The Wompat - Video

     

     

    This week we look at the Wompat carrier. This video shows how you can front carry with cross straps pre clipped.

     

    This video shows how you can front carry with the cross straps pre-clipped. This is a great option if you are in a rush or want to put the carrier on before going out. Just ensure to get the panel right up and adjusted before tightening.

     

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  4. Friday Feature With The Isara Quick - Video

    Friday Feature With The Isara Quick - Video

     

     

    This week we are looking at the Isara Quick, an exciting new adjustable half buckle carrier!

     

    Let's look at some of the amazing features:

     

    • Padded waist belt with safety buckle, adjustable to all sizes.
    • Broad, padded, crossable shoulder straps.
    • Suitable from newborn to toddler (3kgs - 18kgs).
    • t’s an easy-to-put-on alternative to a buckle carrier.
    • Soft body panel for baby with integrated adjustable head support.

     

    Watch the video to see it in action in all positions!

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  5. Friday Feature With The Tula Free To Grow Video

    Friday Feature With The Tula Free To Grow Video

     

     

    Each Friday we look at a specific baby sling or baby carrier in detail, and this week it's the

      Tula Free To Grow.

     

    Let's look at some of the amazing features of the Tula Free To Grow:

    • Suitable from newborn to toddler (7 lbs - 45 lbs).
    • Body panel adjusts in three width settings and two height settings to allow for an ergonomic snug position as your baby grows, supporting safe development for baby’s body.
    • Dual-adjustable p
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  6. Friday Feature With The Didymos Didytai

    Friday Feature With The Didymos Didytai

     

    This week for our Feature Friday we are having a last look at our sling of the month.

     

    The lovely Didytai is a Meh Dai style baby carrier.

     

    This is a great adjustable carrier with strap ties at the waist and nice wide long shoulder straps. Made with a wrap fabric it gives that woven wrap feel with the structure of a carrier.

     

    Have a look at our fun video showing how to front carry then other carrying options.

     

    Why not grab your own here with a discount? No need for a code, already reduced on the website.

     

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  7. Friday Feature With The Manduca Twist

    Friday Feature With The Manduca Twist

     

    This week we are looking at the Manduca twist, an innovative half buckle carrier.

     

    Product Features:

    • Suitable from newborn to toddler (3.5 - 15 kg).
    • 100% certified organic cotton.
    • Ergonomically correct M position.
    • Integrated neck support also works as a hinged headrest.
    • Innovative drawstring, facilitates binding and twisting.
    • Can be used on your front or back

     

    Have a look at our video to see the features in action!

     

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  8. How To Use A Ring Sling - Video

    How To Use A Ring Sling - Video

     

    Woven Wednesday's aren't always just about wraps -we're also big fans of ring slings too!

     

    We have been asked for a tutorial for them so here we go! Ring slings are great for newborns and toddlers alike, so we're showing the same technique for an older baby and a smaller baby too.

     

    An older baby will sit more on your hip for a full hip carry, whereas a smaller baby will sit more 'off centre' on your front.

    The key is to take your time - the more time you take to prepare the sling first, means the less to do once baby is in.

     

    Hope this helps!

     

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  9. How To Front & Hip Carry With An Integra Baby Carrier

    How To Front & Hip Carry With An Integra Baby Carrier

     

    This Friday we're looking at the Integra Baby Carrier. It's a lovely, simple, compact buckle carrier available in three sizes - size 1 for babies, size 2 for toddlers, and size 3 for prechoolers.

     

    Here, we are showing a baby size Integra Carrier in Harris Tweed. We show you how to front carry and then transition into a hip carry. This is a great option for babies who are becoming more aware of the world and want to look around more.

     

    We also show you how to adjust straps that creep up to your neck too.

     

    Hope this video helps!

     

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  10. Woven Wrap Wednesday - How To Wrap A Sleepy Baby

    Woven Wrap Wednesday - How To Wrap A Sleepy Baby

     

    On Wednesday's we like to talk all about woven wraps - we share our favourites, share tips and we look at tutorials.

     

    Many people at the moment will be trapped under a sleeping baby wishing they put their wrap on first. But.... what if you could wrap with baby asleep in your arms?

     

    It takes some practice, yes, but it's a great technique to learn if you find yourself 'nap trapped'.

     

    This is a normal Fwcc just done with baby in arms.

     

    Let us know if this helped you!

     

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