In celebrating the European Babywearing Week, we have organised a museum tour for babywearing parents at the Little Museum of Dublin.
The Little Museum of Dublin tells the story of Ireland’s capital city in the 20th Century.
This new non-profit museum was formally opened by the Lord Mayor of Dublin, Councillor Andrew Montague, in October 2011. The collection boasts over 5000 artefacts, reflecting the generosity of ordinary Dubliners, as well as many cultural institutions and local luminaries.
The social, cultural and political history of Dublin is chronicled in the Little Museum. There are simple artefacts that encourage...
We got another raving review from the fabulous Lynsey on her babywearing blog! She is a midwife and babywearing consultant. She did the ultimate ultimate test to put her 5 year old into a LOVA Sling!!! When we say we are soft and strong, we mean it!
Check it out and follow her blog! It's fab!
I have recently done a demonstration of the use of a traditional Chinese baby carrier for the Trageschule Babywearing Consultant Certification. This short clip done by a mobile received hundreds of views and thousands of reach on Facebook!
So I decide to upload this to YouTube for a wider audience and I am also planning to do a complete video. You can follow our YouTube channel so not to miss out when it goes up!
We are so glad to have been featured on Naisteleht!
Karina has followed the traditional 40 days resting period after she had her baby. It is a practice widely done by new mothers in a lot of culture around the world.
After coming out from the resting period, gentle exercise is recommended for...
This has to be one of the most frequently asked questions we get - which LOVA should I buy?
So today, I decided once and for all to clarify this for you.
When I was first pregnant, my husband and I really love the look of Woven Wrap. We also love the versatility of the fabric and thought it is a really good skill to have to not to rely on any gadget in carrying our child. Imagine if there is an emergency, you can just grab a piece of fabric and run with your child, no need to...