Category: babywearing

BB-SLEN Rocks My World

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The wrap company Babylonia used to be on the top of the heap. Back in the dark ages, when I started wrapping, my babywearing leader recommended BB-SLENs, and the company’s Turkish Delight colorway was fiendishly HTF and HSA. BB-SLEN was…

Bijou Wear High Plains Review

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Newcomer Bijou Wear is testing out some brand-new fibers this summer with their mid-range ($165 for a size 6) High Plains Windmills. The wrap uses eco2cotton, a trademarked brand of recycled cotton. It works like this: fibers and clippings are…

Baby Doo Review and Giveaway

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By now, everyone’s heard of Baby Doo, the multicultural, community-minded wrap company who’s blanketed every BWI chapter in the US with a donation. It was a smart move. Based on a Czech company, but run here in America, Baby Doo…

Wrapsody Breeze Review and Giveaway

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People claim you need a thick wrap to wear any child over infancy. I’ve seen it over and over in the babywearing world: What’s “toddler-worthy”? Will this wrap work with my bigger baby? Granted, some people may prefer thick wraps…

Hip Baby Review

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Rainbows are in. Hip Baby Wraps are no exception to the rainbow trend, so when owner Jeannie asked what colorway I wanted her to send, you know what I asked for. It’s not your typical Lisa Frank bright wrap; Rainbow’s…