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  • Lenny Lamb: Affordable Wrap Conversion Carriers

    I’ve been a confirmed ring sling mom forever.  Well, I have been since I started wearing my son at birth almost 4 years ago.  As I’ve said many times, there’s no “best” carrier.  Some types work better than others for certain people’s needs.  This is why I carry so many different carriers.  Ring slings worked […]

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  • Cloth Diaper Clearance and Giveaway!

    As Bringing Home Baby becomes more and more the place to find the perfect baby carrier for you, we need to make room for our expanding babywearing selection.  After all, our retail space is only about 150 square feet.  We want to have one of the biggest selections of baby carriers both in the DC […]

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  • My 4 Month Old is Teething?

    I hear from moms of babies around 4 months of age that they think their baby might be teething.  A lot of babies at this age start displaying behaviors that look like symptoms of teething in older children. They start drooling a lot, and look like they’re biting and chewing on everything.  However, getting the […]

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  • In the Catbird Seat: The Pikkolo is a Surprising Best Seller

    Having run an online and brick and mortar babywearing business for over two years now, its surprising to me the difference between which carriers sell best through the website, and which I sell most of in person.  From the online shop, our best sellers are Tula Standard carriers and Sakura Bloom ring slings.  These, however, […]

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  • Extinguishing: 100 Years of Baby Care Mythology – A Series

    I’m planning a new series of blog posts about a number myths that have been generated about parenting and infant care in the last century or so.  From the late 1800’s until the present time, a number of “experts” came up with new ideas about how mothers should care for their babies and disseminated the […]

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  • Postpartum Doula Diaries: Wearing an Older Child

    As we know, most newborns need to be held essentially all the time.  They need it, but it can be stressful not to mention physically taxing for parents to carry their babies in arms as often as they need to.  Traditional societies have found ways to use a textile to variously attach babies to their […]

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