Sunday, March 31, 2013

baby wearing

So excited to share with you today The Happy Wrap! I am a huge fan of baby-wearing. I am already picking out a wrap for my next baby that’s not even conceived yet. There’s just something beautiful about holding your baby close to you, and it’s especially familiar to our body soon after giving birth.

There’s something awfully peaceful and comforting, wouldn’t you agree?

"Benefits of the Happy Wrap

Our wraps are light, slim, and strong with no extra bulk or bulges.
Luxuriously soft organic bamboo viscose 
Fully adjustable ensuring a perfect fit every time 
No buckles or rings that may break
Allows for discreet nursing
Upright position helps reduce colic/acid reflux
4 way stretch for ultimate comfort 
Happy Wrap donates 10% of profits to charities that provide assistance to women and children around the world.

There are a lot of benefits to wearing your baby. We list several on our site.

Another beautiful aspect of Happy Wrap is that they donate 10% of the proceeds to charity.

Are you a fan of baby wearing yet?


  1. I love babywearing. I wear Gray in the ring sling and Mei Tai all the time. Babywearing creates independent kids. They feel so secure having mama so close - they know that mama will always be there for them no matter what. It's easier going out and doing things with that knowledge. Just to know that they can always come home and be close.

    I wear Gray around the house, while I'm washing dishes, etc. He's nice and quiet and relaxed. No fussing - unless (of course) he wants to be down playing. When he sees me getting the sling out - his eyes light up in excitement!

    The mothers of old had it right. Wear your baby close. We need to get back to that.

    1. I had no doubt you're a baby-wearer, Lisa! :) And you're so right -- they are more independent THANKS to babywearing.

      There always seems to be a lot of discussion about babywearing myths, such as the 'risk' of carrying your baby too much for physical development, which has been disproven time and time again. Or somehow making a child too needy where in actual fact it's often the opposite: worn babies become super independent toddlers because their need for closeness has been and will be met.

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