Carried away

Posted on 22 October 2013 by hulda

The burdens and bonuses of BabywearingAnnerley. Playtimes. Babywearing

“As residents or natives of Asia, we certainly don’t need to be told that babywearing – wearing or carrying your baby in a sling or other form of carrier – is a very traditional practice. But, traditional doesn’t necessarily equate to good. When pushchairs and prams promise an easier life for mums and dads – not
only saving parents’ backs from the strain of carrying a baby, but also providing a useful trolley for carrying shopping and baby paraphernalia – you might think twice about babywearing. And yet it is becoming an increasingly popular practice.”

Read the full article from the October Issue of Playtimes online here.

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