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  1. 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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  2. National Siblings Day

    National Siblings Day Slings And Siblings

     

    Try and imagine that you’re a toddler/young child. You’ve had your parent(s) / caregivers all to yourself for your whole life. You’ve watched your mother’s body change, only really noticing it near the end of her pregnancy, and not really getting the whole ‘new-baby-that’s-here-forever’ thing.

     

    Switch roles back to mother/parent/caregiver. You and your little one have gone through so much together. You’ve grown together, loved together and cried together. You’ve cared for them, loved them, been their entire world. Now, you are all those things times two. Adjusting as a family and adapting to the changes can be challenging and exhilarating.

     

    The new baby arrives. There’s still jus

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  3. Slings and Siblings

    Babywearing Carrying Your Baby

     

    Try and imagine that you’re a toddler / young child. You’ve had your parent(s) / caregivers all to yourself for your whole life. You’ve watched your mother’s body change, only really noticing it near the end of her pregnancy, and not really getting the whole ‘new-baby-that’s-here-forever’ thing.

     

    Switch back to you, the mother / parent / caregiver. You and your little one have gone through so much together. You’ve grown together, loved together and cried together. You’ve cared for them, loved them, been their entire world. Now, you are all those things times two. Adjusting as a family and adapting to the changes can be challenging and exhilarating.

     

    Then the new baby arri

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