Category: carrier review

Silver Lining Slings Bricolage Shiro Review

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“Bricolage” means a collection of diverse or different things. So it’s no surprise that Silver Lining Slings’ Bricolage pattern has a number of inspirations, from, as owner Sonia Parella says, everything from “Japanese patterns to Aztec motifs and Kilim rug…

Oscha Monk’s Belt Review

Confession: I never joined the Oscha madness. I remember when Oscha was The Hot New Company. Thebabywearer.com had a thread for swapping Oscha to Oscha only, because no way would someone trade their unicorn fuzz Oscha – and all Oschas…

Baby Bird Handwoven Review

Super cute story: so Lisa, the weaver behind Baby Bird Handwoven, had three girls who were mostly outgrowing wrapping. But she got her first handwoven anyway because hey, we’ve all been there. Instead of being carried in it, the girls…

Poe Wovens: Herringbone Neige

(and a giveaway! See Manic Pixie Dream Mama on Facebook for more details!) Poe Wovens has come a long way. Since their release of Harlequin Neige, they’ve started a handwoven line, begun a popular lending library program, and now finally…

Keppeke Cubes Review

** BONUS! Just in time for this review, 5 Minute Recess has put all their Keppekes on super sale! Go check out the amazing deals! ** A few years ago, woven wraps were prohibitively expensive for many families. Yes, you…

Cwtch Review – And a Giveaway!

Visit Manic Pixie Dream Mama on Facebook to win! Once my stash was almost totally wool wraps. True story: while I was heavily pregnant with Baby Bear, in the middle of the summer, I fell head-over-heels for woolies. They’re bouncy. They’re…

Cari Slings: Double Helix Review

Newsflash: I like baby wraps. I also like science, and I like clever, clean aesthetics. All this would make you think that when I bumped into Cari Slings at MommyCon, I ran off into the sunset clutching Double Helix. Wrong.…

DidyTai: You Need One.

If you only want one baby carrier, buy a mei tai. Yes, woven wraps will always have my heart, because I’m a fabric geek, and I love textiles, and I had a blanky as a little kid and I think…