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December 14, 2017

Everything comes in benefit and risks, including babywearing. We have talked about babywearing benefit earlier. Now, let's talk about risk of babywearing. Risk of Babywearing will only happened under one condition you have not applied rule for safe babywearing. What is rule for safe babywearing?

I created my own version based on babywearing culture and habit in Indonesia. abbreviated as DEKAP AKU (hold me). DEKAP basically simi...

September 12, 2017

You have watched slip knot tutorial video, but still got it wrong? Hard to adjust? or Keep slipping down? Baby wiggles too much? Many attempts but none works? If you experienced these, you may missed some important point in Slip Knot technique and how to check if you got it right. 

1. Gathered fabrics properly. To make sure that fabrics are strand by strand. So, when it comes to adjusting slip knot, you will have it s...

August 25, 2017

Are you new in Babywearing world? Just accidentally hop into a babywearing community, but lost in conversation?

People who just learned how to properly babywear may find it confusing, because there are a lot of terms in babywearing. Here are terms that commonly use in babywearing:

  1. TICKS: abbreviation of Tight, In view at all times, Close enough to kiss, Keep chin off chest, Supported back

  2. M-shape: also called frog leg p...

August 10, 2017

Throughout pregnancy, baby has been in a curl position as compensation of womb space. After birth, baby's leg will stay in frog leg position also called M-shape as if baby is still in the womb. Baby needs time for the joints to stretch out naturally. the hip joint is a ball and a socket joint. 

During the first few months, baby hip joints is still flexible and developing the cup shape of hip socket. The socket made of...

July 25, 2017

Slip knot is nothing new for those of you who joined boy scout back in school days or making your tie. A slip knot is a type of knot that can “slip” along the rope.

Slip knot is a great babywearing technique for beginners. It may look easy but also confusing when you first tied it, but when you get the hang of it, it is very handy indeed.

Let’s learn make a slip knot!

  1. Spread the fabrics across your back. Purple tail goes over...

July 15, 2017

"Time cannot be rewind, so do your best"

Many parents find their children grow up fast. "It seems like yesterday giving birth, now he already ran on his own". So do your best for as the child grows. For example, babywearing. Let's put down all sorts of carriers and how to carry knowledges and get back to the goal of carrying. Babywearing aims to bring closer bonds of parents and babies / children. Babywearing allows parent to s...

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