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Fall is in the air and soon the nights will grow too cold for your garden’s liking. If you’ve got tomatoes growing in your garden, you most likely still have green ones hanging on the vine. What to do? Why, grab your baby carrier, get your baby on your back and harvest them, of course. Once you get them inside, here are a few different ways you can prepare them...
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Looking for an easy DIY babywearing Halloween costume? How about being a gardener? And isn’t it apropos? We nurture and tend to our children just as a gardener…so fitting for a babywearing Halloween costume. Oh, and did we mention how easy it is to make? Scroll down for more detailed instructions. How to make an easy DIY Halloween gardener babywearing costume. Detailed instructions: Start with the materials you’ll need: –...
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You might be wondering, with all the babywearing options out there, what the difference is between them all. We’ll break it down, and also provide a few resources where you can find more information, people to chat with, fluff-lovers galore and all-around awesomeness. In the interest of keeping this post short enough to read in one sitting, we’ll split this subject into several posts. First installment: Slings. Here goes: Slings:...
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Always wear your baby so that your baby is visible and kissable. What does that mean? What it means is this: when your baby is on your front (either in a wrap, sling or soft structured baby carrier), she should be in an “in-arms” position (just like you were holding her in your arms with her bum right about level with your belly button). Your baby’s face should be visible....
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We look at producing Onya Baby products as an adventure. In our quest to produce the best baby carriers available, we are constantly trying to improve both quality and construction techniques. I’m Billy Rickard, Onya creator Diana Coote’s brother. And as the one who handles Operations and Production here, it is my favorite aspect of the job. However, one of the most challenging things about manufacturing is when things don’t...
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