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How to put those sling rings to good use with your wrap! So much awesomeness here, from candy cane chest belts to knotless Tibetan rucksack to double hammock rebozo. Such a worthwhile read, with links to videos.

How to put those sling rings to good use: Back Carries

Babywearing Dad - skin to skin/kangaroo care - bonding with baby

Babywearing Dad - skin to skin/kangaroo care - bonding with baby

Blog: The History of Babywearing and 'Modern' Slings

The History of Babywearing and 'Modern' Slings - Slingbabies - Baby Slings and Baby Carriers

Ring finishes with a woven wrap - great variations! This is why I have four sets of extra rings!

Ring finishes with a woven wrap - great variations! This is why I have four sets of extra rings!

But When Can I Put Baby on My Back? | Manic Pixie Dream Mama

by far, the most common question I get as a VBE (Volunteer Babywearing Educator). Let's face it: we all love to snuggle baby. But at some point, you've got to wash dishes/chop celery/have an actual life, and you don't…

Tutorial: Short Front Cross Carry with a ring - Wrap you in love

Tutorial: Short Front Cross Carry with a ring - Wrap you in love- my favorite carry with a 3 Prima Ultramarin

Sling rings revolutionized my wrapping life. Yes, I said it. Such a simple concept changed the way I feel about certain carries forever. I am actively a part of quite a few Facebook groups for bab…

How to put those sling rings to good use: Back Carries

Intersection Sea Glass is woven on an ivory warp with a Veronica and  Spearmint fill. It is light and airy and perfect for babywearing in warmer  weather.  Woven for Pavo Guild by the brilliant folks at The Oriole Mill and finished  by Sew Co. in beautiful North Carolina.  Please note that this wrap will not ship until the end of February

Intersection Sea Glass

Intersection Sea Glass is woven on an ivory warp with a Veronica and Spearmint fill. It is light and airy and perfect for babywearing in warmer weather. Woven for Pavo Guild by the brilliant folks at The Oriole Mill and finished by Sew Co. in beautiful North Carolina. Please note that this wrap will not ship until the end of February

The Anatomy of a "Deep Seat" - Making a seat can often be the most difficult part of #wovenwrap or #ringsling use. I struggled with it in the beginning, mostly because I fundamentally misunderstood the function of the seat. This graphic is a fantastic visual aid to show what we are actually talking about when we say "pull the fabric up between you and baby to make a seat".

The Anatomy of a "Deep Seat". Making a deep seat when carrying your child in a woven wrap can be so difficult to get the hang on. This guide explains so well what I've been missing! A must read of you're having problems with back carries!

Optimal Positioning: Infant

Infant positioning in different sling types from Babyweaing International

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