When Rachel over at 5 Minute Recess asked me to test out one of their new *Exclusives* woven by Lenny Lamb, I jumped at the opportunity. 5mr is known for carrying some of the lesser known budget wrap lines, and I am all for some more accessible woven wraps on the market. I haven’t wrappedContinue reading “Review: Lenny Lamb Florence”
I love this carry for hiking, back naps, museums, anything where I know that she is going to be up on my back for awhile. It is incredibly supportive, and has no ruck straps – which I am not a fan of for long term wear. This is also a great carry for long wraps,Continue reading “Tutorial: Double Hammock with Xena Finish”
From the very first time I laid eyes on an IndaJani, I was intrigued. My friend Rachel over at 5 Minute Recess had a box of them, and brought them to a meet-up for us to look at. She was going to become the U.S. Distributor for them, and wanted some honest opinions about theContinue reading “Review: IndaJani Rebozos”
(Partners, caregivers, and grandparents too!) There are a lot of useless products out there marketed towards babies and new parents. Amidst the chaos of gadgets & gizmos promising you to watch your children for you, turn your child into a mini software engineer, train your children to sleep like adults, and to otherwise make parentingContinue reading “Daddies, Wear Your Babies”
This is a tutorial for nursing a toddler in a Soft Structured Carrier. The carrier used is a Toddler Sized Wrap Conversion Full Buckle (WCFB) by Anaira Creations. It is converted from a Natibaby Linden woven wrap.
This is a Front Wrap Cross Carry tutorial for a toddler. This is a great carry for nursing, or for snuggling with a sick toddler. It has multiple passes for support, and is one of the few front carries I can still use comfortably with my toddler. I am using a Size 5 Elevill ZaraContinue reading “Tutorial: Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC) with a Toddler”
What started out as a simple parenting tool, has become a bit of an… um… obsession? It all began with the Moby wrap. I had come across one at Target when I did my baby registry, so I went ahead and asked for one. I didn’t really know anyone who “wore” their baby, but IContinue reading “We Wear Babies”