Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Babywearing Photos

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My first babywearing photo ever

Babywearing at the Beach

Babywearing in Kauai
(I really don't know how people travel WITHOUT wearing their babies!)

Babywearing a sleepy, nursing toddler in my homemade stretchy wrap.

My first "Tandem Babywearing" photo...
6 months pregnant and wearing a sick, nursing toddler

Wearing both munchkins on the outside

Not a babywearing photo of me (obviously), but how beautiful is this?

Observing everyone wearing babies in Guatemala had a profound impact on me.  It made me the babywearer I am today and I can't imagine life any other way!!

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Lauren Wayne said...

Those are awesome! You look so glowing in them all, too. You're making me want to try tandem babywearing today. :)

The Happy Hippie Homemaker said...

Thanks Lauren! You should definitely try tandem babywearing... but not for too long because it's a little exhausting at first :)

Renee said...

you are so beautiful! lovely pictures!

Unknown said...

Hi, thanks for your fotos! I am living in Coban, Guatemala and I wear my 3 month old son everyday! The people here are amazed by my homemade ring sling, because they say they have never seen this style before! I absolutely have no idea how I could manage without babywearing, it saves my life everyday! God bless you!

The Happy Hippie Homemaker said...

Oh wow, Hannah, that is so neat! Are you from Guatemala? I'm named after the town there, Xela :) And my favorite ring sling is the Maya wrap, which (as you probably know) is made in Guatemala! Anyway, I wouldn't be able to manage without wearing my babies either!!


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