Category: everyday babywearing

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.…

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You’re too poor to churn wraps. Or you don’t want to waste the time purchasing, or you want to share the love with friends, or you know you’ll never ever ever get your grubby paws on the highly-sought-after, legacy-only, unicorn-mane-and-elf-toehair…

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…

Avoid a Swamp Scam in Ten Easy Steps

It’s called The Swamp for a reason. Back in the halcyon days of The Babywearer.com, before the advent of Facebook babywearing, there weren’t many scammers. This isn’t because of some hippie good vibes – there weren’t many babywearers around to…

C&C Review – Win It for Your Library!

The French often complain about English creeping into their language. And Americans famously butcher French words – think “croissant” and “au revoir.” So it’s no surprise that we’ve abbreviated the French wrap company Colima├žon et Cie to a simple C&C.…

Only Need One: The Wrap-Up

Couldn’t resist that pun. So I’ve gone through 7 days of the Only Need One Challenge. For one week, I’ve used only the One Wrap, a Didymos Mystic Petrol hemp old standard. It’s on the thin side (190-200 g^m), super…