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When you’re wearing your baby on your front, and this is particularly important when wearing newborns, make sure that you can see your baby’s face. Check on your baby often to be sure that their head doesn’t slump forward to a chin-to-chest position, which can restrict their airways/breathing. If you can fit your finger between your baby’s chin and chest, you’re good to go. Happy babywearing!
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It can be so helpful to find others nearby to share common babywearing interest, passion and knowledge. If you’re new to wearing your baby, finding a knowledgeable mentor can be lifesaving (and back-saving!). It’s also great to be a part of a community that understands and appreciates the many wonders, benefits and joys of babywearing. There’s a good chance that your local group has a lending library where you can... Read Article →
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Today is Thanksgiving in the US. We want to take the day to give thanks for all the amazing things in our lives: our family…they amaze, frustrate, warm and fill us everyday our warm homes and healthy bodies healthy and plentiful food on our table our educations and intelligence, which both serve us well in life and as parents the opportunity to do what we’re doing here at Onya Baby.... Read Article →
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