News — Marsupial Mamas

Marsupial-Mamas, what to expect with your woven wrap?

Posted by Jilliane Klak on

Welcome to the babywearing world. If this is your first wrap purchase or your 50th, I'm sure that number is low for some as well, this will help you when you get a wrap new or from the swap to tell you what is in a expected normal range for a wrap and what is unsafe.     Woven wraps are simply a long piece of fabric that is used to wrap your baby to your body if you need more help with what carries or carrier is best for you please take a look here: http://www.marsupial-mamas.com/blogs/news/12033953-woven-wraps-all-the-sizes-which-carry-is-best-for-which-which-will-work-best-for-me. There are different ways to wrap...

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Find a Babywearing Group near you!!!!!

Posted by Jilliane Klak on

Are you moving? Are you new to an area? Are you just getting into Babywearing and your looking for some help. You have come to the right place. Below is a list of Babywearing groups that can help you on your journey in Babywearing. If your group is not on this list please email me: jilliane at marsupial-mamas dot com to be added to this list.    ALABAMA: Gulf Coast Babywearers: Gulf coast of Alabama, Florida and Mississippi FB: https://www.facebook.com/groups/115183718615968/ Maggie Stickney: maggie@purpleelmbaby.com Lauren Sonnier: laurensonniernelson@gmail.com   ALASKA:     ARIZONA:   Babywearing Around Tulsa http://www.babywearingaroundtulsa.blogspot.com/ https://www.facebook.com/babywearing.tulsa?fref=ts Babywearing International of...

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What's New with Natibaby

Posted by Tabitha Goins on

Natibaby has been a favorite wrap brand of mine for many years.  I found the love when they released their red wool Greece and have continued to be a fan with Sweet Place, Japan, Dragonflies, and the list can go on and on.  The wraps that they release are always in fun patterns and designs, that vary in stunning colors and blends. Not long ago, when hearing the word Natibaby, many thought of amazingly soft and thick wraps.   Natis were typically dense and on the medium to thick side of woven wraps. That has changed lately and you will...

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