Buckle up. There’s a learning curve ahead. New to babywearing? Thinking about babywearing? I’ve been wrapping since my son was in the womb, he is now 17 months old and I still don't know what I am doing 99% of the time. Buckle carriers are quick and easy to learn once you find the right… Continue reading BabyWearing Fails
Let’s Try: Flipless HJBC (Half Jordan’s Back Carry)
As my son grows older and more independent, my babywearing days grown shorter. Nothing saddens me more than the realization that these days will soon come to an end. My passion for babywearing has not slowed down with the need but rather increased. My stash has grown, my friendships in the babywearing community have grown,… Continue reading Let’s Try: Flipless HJBC (Half Jordan’s Back Carry)
Tips for Sending your Carrier Travelling
The day has arrived, a new carrier was delivered; it’s fluff mail! Excitedly you open your package and remark at the beauty of your new carrier. This wonderful and beautiful tool that will help you and your baby achieve and bond. You pour over the directions and care instructions and possibly give your carrier (wrap) a wash, an iron, and give it spin....
First Try: Rucksack Ring Finish
Sometimes you set out to do a babywearing video and you forget the simple things like pulling your hair up, bribes for your wrapee, reference notes for key points to show.... and SOMETIMES you try something for the first time when your wrapee isn't feeling well, no one has had much sleep, and you just… Continue reading First Try: Rucksack Ring Finish
Let’s Try: Double Hammock!
This month one of our local babywearing groups challenged wrappers to try a double hammock carry (in any variation) every day for the entire month. We certainly didn't manage every single day but we did participate often enough that the scary double hammock is not quite as scary anymore. Here you will see one of… Continue reading Let’s Try: Double Hammock!
As a creative person by nature I just love making all kinds of things. Discovering all the fun things that I can make for my son has been an awesome epiphany and has allowed me to explore new materials to create with. My comfort zone is paint and pixels but this past week I began… Continue reading Creative Momma
This one is going to take me a while. With a 15 month old at home, holidays ahead, and work to do, there are just not enough hours in the day. Progress however, is happening. "Sagma arrived in typical fashion, she was well dressed, her hair pulled back. She wore a deep purple scarf about… Continue reading NanoWriMooooo….Year.
Walking with Soul
Okay, let's be real about this momfit thing. There are a thousand and one articles out there about how to be a healthy and fit parent. Lots of information that you will either find encouraging or quite discouraging. I'm not here to discourage though, I'm solely here to say: this is hard. Self care is… Continue reading Walking with Soul
Pintrest Mom – Tools for Tantrums
As my sweet, happy, little man is growing and learning so very much every day he has become the epitome of a little guy with big emotions. We experienced our first full on tantrum recently stemming from frustration. Two things occurred to me as I sat with my screaming son - identifying his emotions verbally… Continue reading Pintrest Mom – Tools for Tantrums
Summer Poolside with SwimZip Sunnies (Initial Review)
Texas summer is no joke. We spend most of the time in reverse hibernation with the blinds closed and the curtains drawn. When we do get out we are starting to find ourselves poolside. In addition to our sunscreen from back home, our big floppy hat, our caters swim top and our swim diaper from… Continue reading Summer Poolside with SwimZip Sunnies (Initial Review)