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At the turn of the 21st century, babywearing was not part of mainstream American culture, but Susan Gmeiner (along with a handful of other entrepreneurs), was bringing the practice back into the light. ...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Colleen and Kristi have ten births between them including eight homebirths (6 UCs and two midwife-assisted), a (mostly) natural hospital birth, and a...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Even the best baby wraps wear out. But how long should a wrap last? This is a question that comes up often both...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Belly wrapping during pregnancy can provide support for your changing body. There is very little modern peer-reviewed research about its clinically significant usefulness,...
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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. I’ve been working on “The Ultimate Guide to Stretchy Baby Wraps” for years. I’ve continually refined and edited it, wanting it to be...
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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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This content was originally posted on WrapsodyBaby.com, a website and babywearing business formerly owned by the author. Note: This post features the words of opinions of Kristi Hayes-Devlin, owner of Wrapsody/Gypsy Mama, LLC, and is in no way sponsored by...
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Before discussion of autism and the MMR vaccine became widespread, there was another conversation happening among those debating vaccination of their children: DTP. (Here are our previous articles on pertussis detailing my own very personal experience with the illness: “That...
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