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What are some resources for learning more about the benefits and techniques of babywearing?

Hello everyone,

I am a soon-to-be mom and I have been reading a lot about the benefits and techniques of babywearing. I have heard that it can help promote bonding, calmness, and even improve breastfeeding. However, I am new to this concept and I would like to learn more about it before my baby arrives.

Are there any resources that you could recommend for me to learn more about the benefits and techniques of babywearing? Maybe some websites or forums where I can get more information? I would also love to hear about your personal experiences with babywearing, in case you have any tips or recommendations to share.

Thank you in advance for your help!

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I'm a mom of two and have been babywearing for several years. I absolutely love it, and it has really made a positive impact on my relationship with my kids. Both of my children were very clingy as infants, and babywearing was a great way to keep them close and happy while still being able to do things around the house.

One thing I've come to prefer over the years is using a ring sling. I find it to be the most versatile, easy to adjust, and comfortable carrier for me and my little ones. My biggest piece of advice would be to make sure you're finding something that works for you and your baby, rather than just what is popular or recommended by others.

When I was first starting out, I found it really helpful to watch instructional videos on YouTube for different babywearing techniques. It allowed me to see exactly how to wrap and adjust the carrier. Additionally, joining a local babywearing group was a really great way to get hands-on help and support from other parents.

Lastly, I would recommend trying to have patience when you first start babywearing. It can take some time to get used to, and there is definitely a learning curve. But with practice, it can become an incredibly rewarding and positive experience for both you and your little one.

I hope you find this helpful - happy babywearing!


Hi there,

I've been babywearing for a few months now and I would definitely recommend it to any new parent. I found that it was a great way to keep my baby close while still being able to get things done around the house. There are so many benefits to babywearing, from promoting bonding to improving digestion and reducing colic.

In terms of resources, I found the Babywearing International website to be really helpful. They have a lot of information on different types of carriers and how to use them safely. I also joined a local babywearing group on Facebook, where I can connect with other parents and get tips on different carriers and techniques.

In terms of personal tips, one thing that really helped me was starting with a structured carrier before moving on to a wrap or ring sling. I found it easier to get the hang of the carriers with buckles and straps before transitioning to a more complex carrier. Also, don't be afraid to try different carriers and techniques to find what works best for you and your baby.

Good luck with your babywearing journey!


Hi there,

I have been babywearing for over a year now, and it has been a game-changer for me and my baby. I especially love how it kept my little one calm and content while we were out and about. It was also a great way for me to keep the baby's weight off of my arms, lower back and shoulders.

I started with a soft structured carrier, but I found it to be cumbersome, and it made me and the baby sweat a lot in warm weather. I then switched to using a ring sling, which was thinner and easier to use, and it allowed me to adjust the baby's position quickly. Once I became more comfortable with babywearing, I switched to a more comfortably woven wrap carrier that provided more support, especially as my baby grew and became heavier.

In my experience, I found that it's essential to take breaks when babywearing to alternate positions to avoid a build-up of tension in one area of your body. You can also use a baby carrier that allows you to wear the baby in different positions to alleviate any discomfort.

I would also recommend finding a babywearing group or a community where you can learn from other babywearing-parents, share your experience and ask questions. There are also skilled babywearing instructors in most cities who offer advice, tips and support to new moms.

Hope this helps, and enjoy your babywearing journey!



As a proud father of two, I have always been a big advocate of babywearing. I started babywearing when our first child was born, and it was such an excellent way to bond with him while still being able to go about my daily tasks. Babywearing also allowed me to do things that I love, like hiking and exploring the outdoors with my little ones.

One of the home truths about babywearing is that it's not always easy, especially if you work from home or have a hectic schedule. But with a little bit of practice and dedication, it can be a great way to make parenting easier while also building meaningful connections with your child.

It's also important to remember that not every baby will enjoy being worn in a carrier, and that's okay. It's up to you to try out different carriers and techniques until you find one that your baby is comfortable with. Be patient, and keep trying, and eventually, you'll find the right carrier for you and your baby.

One resource I found especially helpful is the "Babywearing International" website, where you can find local resources and events that will help you learn more about babywearing. I would also recommend going to in-person meetings and joining local babywearing groups to learn more from other parents and get hands-on help and advice.

All in all, babywearing is a fantastic way to bond with your little one and make parenting more manageable. I hope you find a carrier that works for you and your baby and that you enjoy your babywearing journey!



As a mom of a newborn, I have been using babywearing to keep my little one close and comfortable. Babywearing has been a great way to calm my baby down when he's fussy or won't settle. It has also helped me to do things around the house, like cooking, cleaning, and even just getting dressed.

One resource that I have found incredibly helpful is babywearing instructional videos on YouTube. Watching parents demonstrate the different techniques for wrapping and adjusting baby carriers gave me a better sense of how to use carriers, especially when I'm on my own at home. Watching these videos also gave me confidence in using the carriers.

Another thing that helped me was using a more structured carrier initially. I started with a simple soft-structured carrier that was easy to use, and it helped me to build my comfort level with using baby carriers. Once I got more comfortable, I started to use wraps and ring slings, which provided more options for positioning and adjusting the baby.

I would also recommend trying out different carriers and experimenting with different positions to see what feels the most comfortable for you and your baby. Many moms find that a few different carriers work best for different ages and/or situations.

In summary, babywearing can be a great tool for bonding with your baby and keeping them close, while also allowing you to be productive around the house. Utilize online resources and try different carriers to find what works best for you and your little one.


Hello there,

As a first-time mom, I was quite skeptical about the concept of babywearing until I tried it myself. I found it to be really helpful in providing comfort and support to my little one as well as promoting bonding. It allowed me to keep my hands free for other tasks while still keeping my baby close.

There are many different carriers and wraps available, so it's important to do your research and choose one that works for you and your baby. I started with a soft structured carrier but found that a wrap was more comfortable for me and my baby as she grew. It can be a bit daunting at first, but with some practice, you'll soon find the right technique and carrier that works for you.

I also found that joining a local babywearing group was really helpful. They provided me with support and advice and helped me to build my confidence. Plus, I got the chance to meet other new moms in my area, which was a bonus.

In terms of resources, there are many online babywearing communities and Facebook groups that you can join to learn more about the different carriers and techniques. You can also find tons of helpful instructional videos online that can teach you the step-by-step process of different babywearing techniques.

I hope this helps! Good luck on your babywearing journey.



I have been babywearing for over a year now, and it has been one of the best decisions I made as a new mom. I found babywearing to be a great way to keep my baby close while still having my hands free. The closeness and warmth that babywearing provided made my baby feel secure and content. It was also convenient as I didn't have to carry around heavy strollers, especially in crowded or public places.

I would suggest you start with a baby carrier or a wrap which works best for you and your baby. When worn correctly, baby carriers are usually safe and help support your baby's head, neck, spine, and hips. From my experience, I would recommend trying out different baby wraps and carriers until you find one that works for you and your baby. Also, it's important to learn how to wear a baby in a carrier or wrap correctly to avoid causing any breathing difficulties. You should always make sure that your baby's chin is off their chest to keep their airway open.

There are plenty of online resources where you can learn more about babywearing, especially for first-timers. I would suggest checking out different parenting blogs related to baby caring and attachment parenting as well as forums where you can get answers to any questions or doubts you may have.

Good luck with your babywearing journey!



As a mom of three, babywearing is something that I tried with my first child, and it's something that I've used with all my kids ever since. It has been an incredibly helpful tool for me over the years, both in terms of keeping my hands free and for nurturing a deeper connection with my kids.

One tip that I would give is for you to start with a carrier that you feel comfortable using. I have used various types of carriers, from wraps and slings to structured carriers, but what works for me might not work for you. You can try out different types of carriers and determine which one works best for you and your baby's needs.

Another thing I would recommend is to practice babywearing at home before taking it outside. This way, you can get used to the different positions and learn how to put on and take off the carrier easily. It will help you feel more confident and comfortable in public settings.

I am also a big fan of joining babywearing groups. It's a great way to meet other moms who are babywearing and learn from their experiences. You might also find a babywearing club or community in your area where you can meet other parents, enthusiasts, and vendors who are passionate about baby care and babywearing.

Lastly, it's essential to remember that while babywearing can be a fantastic tool, it's not the only way to bond with your baby. There are other ways to connect with your little one, such as talking, cuddling, and singing.

Good luck, and remember to enjoy the journey!

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