Top tips for Back-carrying

Top tips for Back-carrying Back to blogs I’m Kia, a trained babywearing consultant and mum to five. I have carried three of my children (am still carrying two of them) and I’ve put together my top tips for back carrying. I didn’t learn to back carry...
What is a Pelvic Tilt?

What is a Pelvic Tilt?

What is a Pelvic Tilt? Back to blogs What is a pelvix tilt/tuck? It’s a little bit of a holy grail in the babywearing world! It’s main purpose is to rotate the pelvis gently into a position where an infants tailbone/hips sit lower than their knees....
Cloth Wipe Comparison

Cloth Wipe Comparison

Cloth Wipe Comparison Back to blogs There are so many cloth wipes on the market, you might be asking which are the best? It’s another one of those personal preference topics, but here we try to compare them as best as possible for you. We’ve picked some of...
Falling whilst babywearing

Falling whilst babywearing

Falling whilst babywearing Back to blogs As you may have read in our previous blogs, babywearing is the same as all parenting decisions we make and involves a risk assessment. When you fall you brace yourself, usually with your arms/hands. If you have your child in...
When can I back carry?

When can I back carry?

When can I back carry? Back to blogs The simple and not simple answer is: it depends. Are you new to babywearing? If so, as a consultant, I would err on the side of caution and recommend waiting until your child can sit unaided. Why not 6 months, that’s what social...