This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Showrooming: when a customer shops in a local store with the intent of purchasing a product elsewhere. It is particularly difficult for independent...
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I lost my voice for poetry around the birth of my first child, but after baby number 3’s unassisted homebirth, I tried my hand at birth poetry. I labored at a movie theater and then in bed until 3:30, when...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. One of my favorite Unitarian Universalist hymns is, I suppose, not a piece of literature my poetry professors would have held up as an...
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I woke this morning with the sun warming my room. My awareness surfaces slowly most mornings, reaching out tentatively to explore first my pillow and my arms for the presence of a little head or body lying there, then reaching out...
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It’s no secret that having a baby will change your relationship with your husband, wife, or romantic partner. Some of the changes will feel positive, but many couples report feeling a real strain on the relationship, especially in the early months...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. My photographer, Khadijah Cisse, is an insanely talented, clever, kind, giving woman. Each new edited photograph she sends me from our recent photoshoot...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. 10.5 pounds of awesome. 7 days of labor. 4 births that came before. 2 midwives. 1 man in swim trunks. Our accidental UC...
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Your beloved wrap has a hole. Often we see mamas on Facebook, in our inbox, or on forums asking, “Can I safely fix a hole in my wrap?” The answer is something like this: It depends. Why do holes form...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. “Romantic” is not one of the words most parents use to describe babywearing — but seriously. Babywearing can really make more room for...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Wow! We are in the midst of an epic storm cycle — winter babywearing with my 2-year-old has become imperative to keep him from...
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