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Babywearing2019-06-16T04:56:55+00:00

Babywearing

Using a baby carrier, wrap or sling is known as “wearing” your baby. Your baby will be “close enough to kiss”. This gives you wonderfully close contact with your baby. Many babies love being carried by their mum or dad.

Babywearing Articles

Rebozo front carry

Rebozo front carry Here is a YouTube video that demonstrates how to use the rebozo in the front carry position. Check out our page 'rebozo as a baby carrier' for more ideas on how to use the versatile rebozo.

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Rebozo back carry

Rebozo back carry Here is a YouTube video that demonstrates how to use the rebozo in the back carry position. Check out our page 'rebozo as a baby carrier' for more ideas on how to use the versatile rebozo.

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Rebozo hip carry

Rebozo hip carry Here is a YouTube video that demonstrates how to use the rebozo in the hip carry position. Check out our page 'rebozo as a baby carrier' for more ideas on how to use the versatile rebozo.

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Rebozo double hammock carry

Rebozo double hammock carry Here is a YouTube video that demonstrates how to use the rebozo in the double hammock carry position. Also check out our page 'rebozo as a baby carrier' for more ideas on how to use the versatile rebozo.

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Prevention of hip dysplasia

Prevention of hip dysplasia By International Hip Dysplasia Institute Hip Health in baby carriers, car seats, swings, walkers, and other equipment Summary Statement: The Medical Advisory Board of the IHDI does not endorse nor advise against any particular baby carrier or other equipment. The purpose of this educational statement is to provide information about healthy hip development to guide manufacturers in the development of safe designs of infant equipment, and to help parents make informed choices about the devices

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Safe Babywearing

By Yvette Barton Baby wearing in some form of sling or another has been entrenched in the parenting practices of some cultures for centuries. In the western world we have been a little slower to get on the baby wearing bandwagon, but baby slings are now in common used by many parents. Baby wearing is a wonderfully practical and natural way to carry your baby. It encourages bonding, promotes intelligence, and leaves your hands free to complete other tasks. However

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Why Wear Your Baby?

Babywearing is instinctive – and research backs up how vital it is that a baby feels secure, touched and nurtured by his or her parent or carer. Using a baby carrier, wrap or sling (“wearing” your baby) so that baby is “close enough to kiss” allows parents to provide the most nourishing and desirable environment for their child. What are the benefits? Happier baby- carried babies cry less. Research has shown that babies who are carried cry (on average)

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Rebozo as a baby carrier

The rebozo makes an ideal baby carrier. The word rebozo means shawl in Spanish and is a multipurpose traditional cloth. As an elegant, beautiful shawl the rebozo can be used for whatever you need it for the time: Warm wrap, knapsack, elegant shawl, a tool to support pregnant women and yes a baby carrier. Traditionally rebozos are hand-woven from cotton or silk, and finished on the ends with fringe, which can be knotted simply or braided elaborately. Rebozo making

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How to Safely Babywear Young Babies

By Jennifer Taylor Babywearing is a wonderful practice and has so many benefits for both baby and parent. But like anything, there are dangers and risks associated with babywearing. But there's no reason to fear; as long as you know about them, it's easy to avoid. Below is a guide on keeping your little one safe and making babywearing a fun and bonding experience for all. The T.I.C.K.S. Rule For Babywearing The T.I.C.K.S. rule for babywearing is a set of

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