The Carrying Matters blog page.. enjoy reading! If you have any topics you'd like to see covered, get in touch! I enjoy writing and am always keen to hear of new ideas, and to host guest blog posts too!

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I am a Carried Baby

Why do we carry our babies? We carry them because it is a biological, instinctive parental response, that blesses the children we carry, and that blesses us. I find myself blessed by the small part I...

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Can I carry my baby in a sling if I have epilepsy?

Guest Blog from a friend of mine about her choice to use a sling to keep her child close despite her diagnosis of epilepsy. It has worked out very well for her. Here she discusses the processes of...

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Breast and Bottle Feeding Safely in a Sling

I meet a lot of pregnant ladies in the course of my varied roles, and many new mums, and one of the questions I am most frequently asked is "Will I be able to feed my baby in a sling?" It's an...

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2 months ago
Timeline Photos

Once a carried kid, always a carried kid. Friday night connections :)

2 months ago
Timeline Photos

Once a carried kid, always a carried kid. Friday night connections :)

2 months ago
'Role model' minister holds Zoom meeting with baby

I LOVE this 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-52487213

Sierra Leone's Education Minister David Sengeh combines child care and official duties at home.

2 months ago
'Role model' minister holds Zoom meeting with baby

I LOVE this 💕💕💕💕💕💕💕

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-52487213

Sierra Leone's Education Minister David Sengeh combines child care and official duties at home.

2 months ago
Back carry with a rucksack carrier photo tutorial from Carrying Matters

Have you been wishing you could do a back carry with your carrier but feeling unsure if you or your baby are ready or how to do it?

Here’s some helpful reading about getting started with back ... See more

Learn how to safely and securely do a back carry with a rucksack carrier that has a chest belt; this method is often known as "walk like an Egyptian".

2 months ago

Hope you’re all doing Ok.

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