The decision has been made - we want to babywear! Great. The ONLY thing we need to do is to choose the carrier for your Little One. Easiest part? Not really.
Are thin wraps for babies only? Is a thicker wrap a bad choice for hot days? Are thick “blankets” really self-wrapping and forgiving mistakes? The gsm of the wrap has become a modern babywearing fetish – and although it’s very important, there’re many misunderstandings around it. Let’s go through some of the truths and myths regarding the gsm of a fabric.
5m long wrap made to babywear a little baby and a newborn - this combination may frighten even the bravest one. Many think that tying a wrap is an easy-peasy. That’s true. But it needs patience and a willingness to master this art. You may feel uneager to do that. You may want something easier. If yes - think about the stretchy wrap.
Do not carry, or he will get used to! Such opinion can affect your conviction that you want to use only in a wrap or carrier. Especially when you feel that a walk with a stroller or daily shopping is much easier with it.
Which LennyLamb wrap best survived the test of time? What do the babywearing parents like the most? New trends, universal classics, blends or…? Meet the best LennyLamb wraps – chosen in voting in one of our groups.
When a baby masters the art of walking, it wants to still improve this difficult task. I can walk and I won’t hesitate to use it. I am walking - of course, not in the direction chosen by my mum. I am walking - till one is blue in the face. And when I lost my strength, one option left - take me in your arms! Chasing our little treasure with a stroller is not an easy peasy. But there are more options!
Babywearing can help you in many outdoor activities, such as long walks, hiking or training. But what about sightseeing? It may seem difficult with a baby but with babywearing – it won’t be hard at all!