Finding Joy in the Little Things: Babywearing and Postpartum Mental Illness by Laura Vitanova

Motherhood has been…. different from what I expected to be. Actually, no, I am different from what I expected. I never expected that I would spend the first year and a half of my first son’s life struggling with, and denying that … Continued

Babywearing Research – Part 3: The Future of Babywearing Research

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Today’s post is the third of three posts on Babywearing Research from Steffany Kerr, a Master Babywearing Educator with Babywearing International of O’ahu. Steffany has a research focus of examining babywearing instruction methods with high risk populations and babywearing instruction as … Continued

Babywearing Research – Part 2: Relevant Research

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Today’s post is the second of three posts on Babywearing Research from Steffany Kerr, a Master Babywearing Educator with Babywearing International of O’ahu. Steffany has a research focus of examining babywearing instruction methods with high risk populations and babywearing instruction as … Continued

Babywearing Research – Part I: Common Misunderstandings

Today’s post comes from Steffany Kerr, a Master Babywearing Educator with Babywearing International of O’ahu. Steffany has a research focus of examining babywearing instruction methods with high risk populations and babywearing instruction as a social welfare intervention.     As a babywearing educator, … Continued