VERY interesting. "Strollers, baby carriers and infant stress" by Elizabeth Antunovic. Ways to carry your baby and how they affect his/her development. Research-based information on spine development, the problem with car seats, the stresses of laying flat, benefits of proper baby-wearing, and more.

VERY interesting read. Ways to carry your baby and how it effects your their development. New Moms: read this. Research-based information on the effects of strollers, buggies, papooses and swaddling as well as the benefits of proper baby-wearing.

Siblings? This is just a photo; I'd like to know more about them.

Beautiful Precious Darlings❤💋 In parts of our world this is how a little girls world is. a child caring for and raising of her sibling.

nine reasons not to carry your baby facing out when babywearing

*Posting for those who face baby out, STOP IT!* Nine reasons NOT to carry your baby facing out: A very informative article that educates why front facing baby carriers are really not the best option for you or baby.

Bahati Traoré holds her sleeping newborn daughter, wrapped securely against her for warmth to reduce the risk of hypothermia, at the Kita Regional Reference Health Centre in the town of Kita in the western Kayes Region of Mali. The treatment is part of the ‘Kangaroo Mother Care’ method and was invented in Colombia in the 1980s to provide an alternative for premature or underweight newborns who have no access to incubators.  © UNICEF/Olivier Asselin - http://www.unicef.org

Bahati Traoré holds her sleeping newborn daughter, wrapped securely against her for warmth to reduce the risk of hypothermia, at the Kita Regional Reference Health Centre in the town of Kita in the western Kayes Region of Mali © UNICEF/Olivier Asselin

A pediatric OT shares a little known tip for making babywearing healthy for your baby and helping prevent Torticollis and Flat Head Syndrome. CanDo Kiddo

The Babywearing Safety Check You've Never Heard Of (But Need To Know)

A pediatric OT shares a little known tip for making babywearing healthy for your baby and helping prevent Torticollis and Flat Head Syndrome.

Wearing a Baby: What To Do and What Not To Do

Wearing a Baby: What To Do and What Not To Do

Wearing a Baby: What To Do and What Not To Do - Quality advice on "baby-wearing-and-carrying" dos and don'ts, plus advice on a couple areas of contention including "Inward Facing versus Outward Facing".

Yodawearing. Star Wars babywearing.

Mark Hamill (as Luke Skywalker) "Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back"


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