Jasmine’s Tandem Hip Carry is a great pre-tied tandem solution for wearing two babies of similar size in a single shorter woven wrap. Using a wrap as short as a … Continue Reading Jasmine’s Tandem Hip Carry: A Photo Tutorial
Lord knows it’s hot in Arizona! I often am asked how we survive and still wear in the 117F tempertures of the summer. @WrappingRachel has five really great carries that … Continue Reading Top 5 Summer Woven Wrap Front and Hip Carries
I have been accused by the twins dad to be an Girl Scout with a badge in advanced knot tying. That’s his description of babywearing, beneficial yet complicated. I reminded … Continue Reading Slipknot Finish: A Photo Tutorial
A ring finish can be a great alternative to tying a large, bulky knot in a woven wrap. The ring acts with passive resistance, the fabric passed through the ring … Continue Reading Ring Finish: A Photo Tutorial
We have had an amazing time participating in the Wrapsody Wrap Around Baby Carrier Babywearing Challenge designed by Vegan Babymama. Click the embedded image below for an interactive recap of … Continue Reading Wrapsody Weekly Babywearing Challenge
Babywearing stimulates light touch of the skin, pressure, and the natural heat of the baby’s body and in turn, all increase oxytocin release in the mother. When the baby has a fever, babywearing will cause an increase in release of oxytocin. The reception of oxytocin from the mother to the infant through skin to skin contact triggers regulation of body temperature as well as a decrease in heart rate due to the relaxation caused by the emotional sense of safety also caused by oxytocin reception.