Babywearing

Babywearing is the best way to bond with your baby.

The first and most common benefit listed in all information about Babywearing is that babies cry less. What better benefit could you want?

Being next to your body satisfies the baby’s need for closeness, touch and affection. It also increases your awareness of the baby’s needs.

A parent wearing a baby has everything to gain‚ freedom, closeness, and the immeasurable benefit of a happy, content baby.

  • Baby should be close enough to kiss.
  • Baby should never have his chin resting on his chest.
  • Baby’s head should be above the rest of its body.
  • Baby’s knees should be higher than its butt.
  • Baby’s face should not be covered by fabric.
  • Baby’s head should be supported.

Karin Frost comes from a truly integrated Danish background. Her mother is Danish and her father’s parents were both from Denmark. She attended La Universite de la Sorbonne in Paris before graduating from the University of Minnesota in 1984 with a BA in French and Danish. She dreamed of designing clothes and returned to the University of Minnesota and obtained an MA degree in Design in 1988. Her travels eventually led her to Maui, Hawaii and she knew this was the place she wanted to raise a child. She and her husband read the Continuum Concept by Jean Leidloff while she was pregnant and were inspired by the attachment parenting concept. She was convinced that carrying her baby was the best way to usher him into the world and with her design background it was natural for her to create her own baby carrier…thus the Ergobaby was born.

September 1, 2010
September 1, 2010

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