The Stay At Home Parent

28 Oct, 2014

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The Stay At Home Parent Firstly, I’m not one – a stay at home parent. I have been and I mostly really enjoyed it, but I also enjoy working with adults. My husband is doing a lot of the parenting at the moment. Fitting bits of contract work around parenting. I could rant for hours … Read more

The ‘Back Story’

20 Oct, 2014

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My babywearing journey started in the year 2000 when I met a woman in a market place who had her new little baby in a wrap. Although far off having child myself I was hit by how ‘right’ it seemed to me. “Of course that is totally where a baby would want to be.” I … Read more

But your baby must be ‘free to move’ or he won’t learn to walk!

Sometimes you hear some interesting comments about why babywearing isn’t good for you or your baby and for me they just don’t make sense. So I’m keen to explore a few of them. Babywearing inhibits free movement The Free Movement for Babies idea comes from the Pikler Institute and it’s a good one! Babies need … Read more