It shouldn’t be a secret anymore: We humans, like monkeys, are parent clingers. Unfortunately, for a long time it had been established in people’s minds that we were nest-stools. Reason for it are the similarities between nest-stools and parent clingers and the long time completely missing category “parent clingers” as cub type. The common feature of both types of cubs … Read More
Avoid the 9 most common baby wearing mistakes!
After about 10 days in the puerperium and after the healing of my episiotomy, I finally dared to try out the baby carrier that my sister gave me. After studying the manual extensively, I felt confident enough to put my sweetheart, of course over the bed, in the manduca. I did not even think about possible baby wearing mistakes. I … Read More