Toddlerwearing

I started my babywearing journey with my first child, as a newborn once he reached the minimum 8lbs suggested by our Baby Bjorn. We slowly began investigating more ergonomic carriers as he grew, and a few months I quickly fell down the babywearing rabbit hole.

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Yes, that's many more woven wraps than one mama needs.

Now, I have another baby, and my 2.5yo doesn’t need (or want) to go up often. He’s busy playing and running and doing toddler things.

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But then there are the times we go hiking, and little legs get tired.

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There are the times he wants to help me try out a friend’s woven wrap.

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There are the times when he desperately needs a nap.

He may not be a baby any more, but he
still needs to be held close every once in awhile.

And I will be able to hold him, no matter what I’m doing, thanks to babywearing. Even if he just needs me to hold his hand.

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