Goodbye, Stroller! Hello, Scarf!
Many people associate carrying children in scarves (babywearing) with primitive African tribes or ‘alternative biomoms’ and only see it as a trend that will go away in time. In truth, our grandmothers and great-grandmothers also used to carry their children in cloths or sheets. This technique used to be very common but it has almost vanished
Miriam Šmahel Kalisová advises: “Don’t underestimate newborns.”
Many people only view Miriam Šmahel Kalisová as a pretty face from the TV screen. To us, however, she’s an example of a mother who, after her first child, has dedicated her time to helping other mothers give birth with smiles on their faces.
Saying Yes to Babywearing – Interview with Jana Felcanová
For the fourth year in a row, parents will go out into the streets to celebrate and support the idea of babywearing. It’s all a part of the International Babywearing Week. This year, it will take place between the 2nd and 8th of October. Babywearing isn’t just a modern trend but it’s also a part of