Tutorial: Double Hammock Finished with a Single Sling Ring

This Kerrington Pearl tester from Risaroo Wovens really inspired this carry. It is thin and soft and glides pretty easy, making it the perfect candidate for this fancy finish.

How to Choose a Baby Carrier

Help! I need a baby carrier! Yes, yes you most definitely do. How did you make it this long without one? Never mind, you’re here now. Let me assure you that no matter your preferred parenting philosophy… this will be one of the best decisions you can make as a caregiver to a child. BabywearingContinue reading “How to Choose a Baby Carrier”

Tutorial: Ruck With a Sling Ring Finish

Ruck back carry with a toddler, finished with a Sling Ring. I am using a Size 4 Navy Stripes *secret tester* and a Large Sling Ring.

Review: Lenny Lamb Florence

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”

Tutorial: Double Hammock with Xena Finish

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”

Daddies, Wear Your Babies

(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”

IndaJani Brings Traditional Rebozos to a Modern Audience

It seems like handwoven wraps are all anyone talks about nowadays, so with all the chatter on thesubject, I am always surprised at how little I hear about IndaJani. IndaJani is a brand of woven wrap that is coming out of the state of Oaxaca in Southwestern Mexico, based on a traditional rebozo shawl -commonContinue reading “IndaJani Brings Traditional Rebozos to a Modern Audience”