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All You Need To Know About Babywearing

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When a parent carries her little one is a carrier or sling strapped around the should, with the baby resting on the chest or wrapped to the back, it is  called babywearing. The custom of wearing a baby, while going about your chores, is a age-old one, and prevalent in various regions of Asia and Africa. Modern parents are discovering the benefits of wearing their baby. 

Apart from the convenience of having both your hands free to do other work, babywearing is known to accord benefits for both the mother and baby. Read our informative ClipBook to find out what these benefits are.               

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