When you choose a weaver to create your special cloth that will carry your precious babies, is there something that helps you decide who you choose? Maybe. Perhaps your drawn to their hand dying skills, eye for color combinations, intricate weave structures, or you have a connection to them personally. If you tried a thick … Continue reading SEWovens Review & Comparison of a hand weavers textile art
A question I often get asked is how mothers can breastfeed in their baby carriers. While this took a bit of time to master myself, it can be a convenient way to feed your babe. First let's touch on some safety tips to remember if your breastfeeding in your baby carrier ALWAYS take the time … Continue reading Breastfeeding in Wraps & Carriers
The word Rebozo will no longer be used on any of my pages, including my blog, and all social media pages. While I continue my education on Cultural Appropriation issues, I would like to share this information with you all. This is an important movement in the Babywearing Community and I hope everyone takes the … Continue reading Take Back the Rebozo
Top row, left to right: Slipknot on a double hammock carry, candy cane chest belt on a half jordans carry, passes spread with lexi twist on scarf carry, freshwater with a twist on double hammock carry, celtic knot variation on back wrap cross carry Bottom row, left to right: Twists on double hammock carry, tibetan … Continue reading Fancy Finishes-Just for some fun!
I myself don't have the need for a toddler carrier, but I am seeing parents feel the need to move up to toddler sizes a lot lately. The truth behind toddler carriers is that they are less needed than most people are led to believe. Upon completing my Babywearing Educator's course, we talked a little bit … Continue reading Toddler Carriers-Do you need one?
The buy, sell, and trade pages and posts can be overwhelming in the babywearing world. Here is a list of some of the acronyms you may come across when searching these pages. Next is a list of acronyms used for different carries with woven wraps as well. I know it was helpful for me when I … Continue reading The Babywearing Acronyms
My first encounter with babywearing was when my daughter was 10 weeks old. She was my second child and once my family had all left after the brand new baby stage, I found myself struggling with dividing my attention between my two children at certain times during our day. As I began using a … Continue reading Baby Carriers: The Pros, The Cons, The Cost