1. Mamalila Babywearing Jacket Allrounder Video Review

    This week we're taking a look at the amazing Mamalila Babywearing Jacket - it's easy to see why it's so popular! Great to use from pregnancy, front and back carrying and even a stylish coat when you are no longer carrying!

    The Mamalila Softshell Babywearing Jacket is an absolute favourite (read the reviews!). The light flexible fabric with its soft fleece inner membrane moves with mum and baby, keeping wind and rain out, while regulating temperatures inside and preventing overheating.

    The jacket includes a babywearing insert and a pregnancy insert which can be quickly zipped into the jacket allowing it to be easily adapted

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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 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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  6. 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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  7. Top Tip Tuesday Video - TICKS

    Top Tip Tuesday Video - TICKS


    Let's look at how TICKS apply to carrying.


    T - TIGHT, a loose carrier or sling can cause baby to slump. Always ensure everything is adjusted tight and secure.


    I - IN VIEW, ensure that no fabric or clothing covers babies face. If using a hood, only cover one side.


    C - CLOSE ENOUGH TO KISS, try to get baby as a comfortable height above breast tissue.


    K - KEEP CHIN OFF CHEST, Older babies and children are able to do this, but newborns and small babies need help. You can lift babies chin with two fingers and position higher to open airways.


    S - SUPPORTED BACK, A sling or carrier must always support babies natural position, either a nice C curve or a J position for older babies depending on age and development.


    If you have any questions about safe babywearing feel free to get in touch. We have trained consultants available to discuss any
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  8. Woven Wrap Wednesday With Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)

    Woven Wrap Wednesday With Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)


    This week we are looking at the front wrap cross carry. This is the carry most people learn first, a nice simple carry and great to practice tightening.

    In the video we show two ways to tighten so you can see what works best for you. We have also added shoulder flips. This helps keep the fabric away from babies face and allowed them a better view if they are getting to that 'nosey' stage.


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  9. Woven Wrap Wednesday

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  10. Friday Feature - Didymos Didysnap

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