Babywearing & Safety

Babywearing & BCIA

15 Apr Things BCIA teaches about babywearing

Baby Carrier Industry Alliance (BCIA) is an organization representing sellers, producers and educators. The organization does not create regulations but unites to help solve compliance issues, conduct community safety campaigns and improve regulatory standards. Here are things BCIA teaches about babywearing. Every country has different laws...

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baby chewing rings

04 Apr Baby chewing rings- is that ok?

Baby ring slings are one of the most versatile baby carriers available on the market. Suitable for newborns and well into toddlerhood, ring slings are useful and convenient. They are well-suited for carrying babies, nursing babies and breastfeeding mothers as it facilitates discreet breastfeeding. A...

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Ring Sling

19 Feb Nylon vs. Aluminum rings

If you choose to engage in babywearing with a ring sling then you most probably stumbled upon the two common types of rings: aluminum and nylon. The ideal ring is safe, smooth, strong, weld-free and fine in the washer and dryer. Nylon and aluminum rings weigh approximately...

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Hip dysplasia and babywearing

15 Feb Hip dysplasia and babywearing

As parents are understanding the benefits of babywearing more and more parents are choosing to engage in babywearing. If you have been reading about babywearing you may have stumbled upon the term hip dysplasia. So, what is the connection between hip dysplasia and babywearing? Given that...

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