babywearing

  1. Friday Feature - Marsupi Carrier Review - Video

     

    This week we look at the Marsupi Baby Carrier. This is a great option if you have mobility problems with your hands or wrists, or issues with buckles and ties.

    It is a fantastic, accessible carrier for newborns to around 12 months. It's lightweight and simple to use, with a unique velcro fastening that’s quick and easy to do.

    The key features of the Marsupi are:

    • Suitable from birth to 12months (3.5kg to 15kg).
    • Comes in 3 sizes and super lightweight.
    • No buckles or clips, it is secured with velcro.
    • Made from organic c
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  2. Two Ways To Tighten A Woven Wrap Video

     

    In this video we look at two different ways of tightening a woven wrap. Depending on your grip and dexterity one may work better for you than the other. Why not try them and see how you get on?

    What way do you prefer? The claw or the one hand gather?

    Don't forget, still 10% off all Didymos wraps this month.

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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Babywearing Pro Tip - How To Adjust Your Back Clip By Yourself - Video

    We were asked last week for this video so we hope you enjoy.

    Do you struggle to do up your chest clip alone? Trying to adjust it into a comfortable position but suffer from 'T-Rex arms'?

    This is the 'T-shirt method' - doing up the clip first and pulling over your head.

    Hope it helps! Let us know if it did. Also pop back next week to see how to get it off by yourself!

    The carrier used here is the fabulous Tula Free To Grow.

     

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  6. Best Newborn Baby Slings

    Newborn Baby Sling Buying Guide

    Best Newborn Baby Slings

    Which is the best baby sling for your newborn? Find out here with our top picks from our experts, to help make choosing a baby sling for your newborn easier.

     

     

    Newborn babies love being carried in arms; you've probably figured this out already. So it makes sense to have a baby sling in your parenting toolkit. Indeed, we'd go so far as to say that a baby sling is the best investment you can make, even right from the beginning with your newborn.

    Here,

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  7. Babywearing Pro Tip - How To Adjust Cross Straps That Have Creeped Up - Video

    This week we are showing how to adjust cross straps that have creeped up.

    The video shows two different options to try, see what works best for you. This will work for any cross strap carrier. For the most comfort, it's best to have straps flat on your shoulders and the cross further down your back. This prevents pull and strain on your shoulders.

    The carrier used is a Harris tweed size 1 Integra. You can find our range of Integra Baby Carriers here, they're awesome!

     

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  8. The Importance of Babywearing

    The importance of babywearing

     

    You carry your baby every day - in arms, on your chest, on your shoulder. It’s where your baby is most comfortable. It’s where you love to hold them, where you know they are happiest and safest. Using a sling to carry your baby is an extension of carrying your baby in arms.

     

    A sling allows you to carry your baby, to continue the loving touch your infant needs, whilst having your hands free. Babies are meant to be carried. They need to be close to you, to be held. Babies feel more content, calmer next to you - you make them feel secure and safe. You are their world.

     

    Even on the hardest days, when the parenting journey seems to have taken a a wrong turn, carrying is love. You’re picking up your baby, respo

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  9. What Is a Woven Wrap? | How To Use A Woven Wrap

    Woven wraps are a beautiful way to carry your baby

     

    Woven wraps are a beautiful way to carry your baby. They can be tied for front, back and hip carries, and if you've loved using a stretchy wrap for your newborn and young baby, then a woven wrap will allow you to continue wrapping with a larger, heavier baby, toddler and child. In this post I talk about how to use a woven wrap; I talk more about the different blends and sizes available in this post.

    There is a ritual to wrapping; the cloth, the movements, the finish. It can seem daunting at the beginning - the long length of fabric, without structure, and yes, there is a learning curve with it, for sure. However, the lack of structure is exactly what makes a woven wrap so versatile. It

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  10. Babywearing With a Newborn & The 4th Trimester

    It’s the 4th trimester - your baby is new to the world, and your baby needs to be carried. There are many wonderful baby carriers for newborns including ring slings, stretchy wraps, and woven wraps.

     

    Stretchy Wraps

     

    Stretchy Wraps

     

    A stretchy wrap can be tied at the start of the day and left on, with no need to readjust. This can be very reassuring in the early days, particularly as you’re adjusting to being a new parent. You know where the sling is, at all times, and it’s for baby and you.

    Stretchy wraps all perform the same function, yet they’re not all the sam

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