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Hello fellow Baby Wearers!  This site was created to give a quick and simple start to all things baby wearing!
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  • Other Carries TaiwaneseWP
    Posted Nov 9, 2010, 3:22 PM by Misty Gillespie
  • Cross Carries (other) FWCCPWCCSCCFCC
    Posted Nov 9, 2010, 3:15 PM by Misty Gillespie
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    Posted Nov 9, 2010, 3:04 PM by Misty Gillespie
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    Posted Nov 9, 2010, 2:39 PM by Misty Gillespie
  • Torso Carry TC FrontTC Back
    Posted Nov 9, 2010, 2:15 PM by Misty Gillespie
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  • DIY & Businesses (Updated) I discussed previously, and quickly, about DIY and even linked a wonderful post on Babycenter.  I wanted to share a little more information about the infant carrier businesses.There are very important legal regulations in place to keeping, not only the consumer safe but, you and your business safe.  Currently, these regulations revolve around proper labeling and product registration (CPSC).It has been stated that there will be new laws put into effect in 2014 by the CPSIA.  Many say January 1st, 2014, however there is no document that has that date as official.  As of the last known, these laws are still pending.  Once these pending rules are approved, the commissions are seeking a 6 month stay of effect ...
    Posted Jan 1, 2014, 1:41 AM by Misty Gillespie
  • Create your own! Among my own research for different carriers and cheaper alternatives (since I'm on a VERY tight budget), I have come across some really well done tutorials.  I would like to share them with other parents out there who are on a tight budget (or just really crafty!) too.I am NOT a seamstress in ANY way.  In fact, the ONLY thing I have sewn previous to a couple of the items below was a curtain for my son's room.  The "sewing" was a simple straight seam across the top to make a tube for the curtain rod.  So, no matter your skill, you can try these too.  Just keep in mind, you are carrying very precious cargo.  You ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2011, 1:40 PM by Misty Gillespie
  • DIY & Businesses I've thought about it, and I'm sure MANY others have thought about it too.  If I can make something, why can't I make a business out of it?  Well, this woman put it perfectly.  You can, just be smart about it.  Know all the risks as well as the benefits.DIYers starting a businessAn update to this entry can be found here.
    Posted Jan 1, 2014, 1:42 AM by Misty Gillespie
  • The Mamatoto Project Make your own wrap!For some DIY, this woman has done a spectacular job at directing new babywearers with a bit less to spend:http://wearyourbaby.com/Default.aspx?tabid=121I have made a couple of my own wraps, but now that I have found this, I will be making more for my little one!Thank you The Mamatoto Project!
    Posted Nov 20, 2010, 10:34 AM by Misty Gillespie
  • Sakura Bloom This site has a number of items, but the best thing on there (in my opinion) are the links for babywearing groups.  I don't know if this is an exhaustive list, but its a good starting point.  If you don't see your area on here, check out your phone book or online and see what you can find in your area.  If you still can't find any groups, keep your eyes peeled for other babywearing mamas and get together with them!http://www.sakurabloom.com/pages/Find-A-Babywearing-Group-Near-You.htmlIn addition to this site, bumGenius! by Cottontail Babies has a WONDERFUL listing of all of their retailers.  This is also a great place ...
    Posted Jan 31, 2011, 1:46 PM by Misty Gillespie
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