Ring Sling Tutorial
I've talked about babywearing before (you can see my posts here and here, and how I made my own mei tai carriers here and here) but it's not something that's come up much since B decided he is definitely too big to be worn around several months ago. But now that we're about to have a new little squishy bundle, I've been thinking babywearing will be better than ever since it can keep both hands free when I need to take care of B! I still have the stretchy wrap we loved when B was tiny, but I…
Hmong Miao Embroidered Mei Tai Baby Carrier – Art? Yes, but Love is More
Expression of Love through Baby Carrier Embroidery was a symbol of femininity and feminine accomplishment in Hmong Miao ethnic tribes. Every stitch and thread of a mother’s embroidery work on children’s hats, bibs, shoes, clothes, and baby carriers is the deepest expression of a mother’s affectionate embrace to her child.
She and Her Baby
5th Day in Northern Vietnam : SAPA One of the largest ethnic minorities in Vietnam is the Hmong Tribe. Hmong originally means "free people". They came from China, and now live in different regions throughout Vietnam. The Hmong minority is divided in several subgroups. It is very easy to identify them, looking at the color of the clothes they wear. In the picture you can see a mother with her child. She belongs to the Black Hmong tribe.
Learning How to Wear My Baby the Right Way - Modern Manners for Moms & Dads
Babywearing can mean the difference between getting by and making motherhood work for you! But not all baby carriers are created equal. Here's how to wear your baby the *right* way.
Attachment Parenting Causes an Abundance of Self-Esteem
This article explains the importance of attachment parenting so people can have some self-esteem to help them throughout their life. It does not teach you everything that you need to know but points you in the right direction to learn more about parenting and youorself. Jean Liedloff went to South America to find diamonds. But she saw some amazing things there. So she stayed with the Yequana tribe for 2 years to learn their secrets and bring them back to the United States.