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Working From Home

Often, we wish we can work from home – skipping the traffic, sleeping in, sneaking a nap and just enjoy not being in the office. This year, our wish came true for most people thanks to the pandemic, but do they really love it or was it not as great as imagined? Surely, you get really excited at first that your wish came true and you can’t wait to enjoy it but it does come with more commitment especially for

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5 reasons you must babywear

Medical professionals agree that infants thrive through touch; “wearing” your baby is another way to meet this need. The benefits of babywearing don’t end there … babywearing offers many other advantages, some of which include: Happy Babies.  It’s true … carried babies cry less! In a study published in the journal Pediatrics, researchers found that babywearing for three hours a day reduced infant crying by 43 percent overall and 54 percent during evening hours. (1) Healthy Babies.  Premature babies and

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Comfort Carry

We heard it a thousand times before, people constantly telling you that carrying a baby too much will spoil them. Our parents, grandparents, confinement lady, caregiver said it all the time, but is it true? The simple answer is NO. Infants need constant comfort and attention as a foundation to grow physically, intellectually, and emotionally. Research has shown that contrary to the popular myth, carrying your baby is natural and it is impossible for parents to spoil a newborn by

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Getting to know your baby (Part 4 / Final)

In previous Part 3, we talked about the baby Psychological Development and learning throughout the usage of a baby carrier. If you missed out the previous part, click here for the link.Part 1: Baby’s Vision DevelopmentPart 2: Baby’s Brain DevelopmentPart 3: Baby’s Psychological Development Last but not least, we will also need to look into their Physical Development that also come in stages. When your baby is first born, his spine will have a convex curve in the shape of the letter C. This spinal alignment

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Getting to know your baby (Part 3)

In Part 1 and Part 2, we talked about the baby Vision Development and their Brain Development and how it impact with the way you use a baby carrier. Now, let us also look at the baby’s Psychological Development. When a baby is born, their first experience to this world is through the hugs of their parents (especially their mother’s). Imagine if you are moving to a new place, wouldn’t you subconsciously want to find comfort in something that you can depend on? That is basic human behaviour. Whether

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Getting to know your baby (Part 2)

In Part 1, we talked about the baby vision development, and now we will look at the baby Brain Development and how it impact with the way you babywear. As for the development of their brain, we are aware that the brain of a newborn undergoes an amazing amount of growth in the first three years of their life, which is often called the ‘golden window’. According to various cognitive research, this golden window is the best timing for boosting brain cells through flash

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Babywear to be a more efficient parent

There are a lot of discussion about carrying baby in baby carrier, is good or bad? Let’s find out. Some research have been done and we try to put in more simple sentence for easy understanding. 1) My baby keep crying for no reason, what should I do? A simple act of holding/carrying your baby has significant positive effects for babies.There is a research from Pediatrics shows that carried babies has a huge reduction of crying time. A baby who

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