The art of babywearing

Lowcountry Parent Magazine, September 2016

As the mom of an infant or toddler, your hands are always full. Whether you're stuffing yourself with lactation cookies or chasing after a rambunctious older sibling, you're probably dying for a way to keep your little one occupied. One of the most popular ways to be hands-free is to wear your bambino in a baby carrier or wrap.

The norm in many cultures around the world, babywearing is the centuries-old practice of using a piece of fabric or carrier to wear your baby or toddler. In the United States, bucket car seats and strollers are used most often. However in recent decades, babywearing has rapidly increased in popularity and is supported by the American Academy of Pediatrics. Read more...