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[mass noun] The action or practice of carrying a baby close against one's body in a sling or similar carrier:‘babywearing remains the norm in many developing countries’[as modifier] ‘the two mums bonded through their local babywearing group’
- ‘I get pangs of missing my co-sleeping and babywearing days, but I also remember the sense of freedom and relief when they finally slept in their own rooms!’
- ‘Whether it's physical reasons or lifestyle choices that mean babywearing isn't the option for you, you can always opt for that other wonderful invention - the buggy.’
- ‘Cosleeping, babywearing, and cloth diapering have given me other ways to connect with my son and feel like a "legitimate" part of the attachment-parenting community.’
- ‘As Benjamin grew, our babywearing needs changed.’
- ‘Babywearing is also a great way to bring your baby to social events.’
- ‘Being able to nurse your newborn in a wrap is one of babywearing's many benefits.’
- ‘Along came the pram and the notion that babywearing was only for the poor.’
- ‘Parenting can kind of take over your brain in the babywearing stages.’
- ‘The actor is a supporter of something called attachment parenting that involved co-sleeping, babywearing, and breastfeeding.’
- ‘People have remarked that they have hardly ever heard him cry, and I feel sure that babywearing has had something to do with his calm contentment.’
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