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I am such a fan of Babywearing. When I was buying the necessities for Tricky one of the first things I bought was a Hug-a-bub.
Now I’m the first to agree that they do look hard to put on when you first see them, but after about two or three goes you’ll be an expert. Map Guy and I became proficient in tying it on in seconds and popping our little guy inside. As a newborn we took him out to dinner in it and he slept soundly almost the whole time, feeling safe and cozy as he nuzzled against me.
My favourite things about the Hug-a-bub are:
- Soft organic cotton
- Great variety of colours – I have both neutral and black now so I can match it with what I’m wearing!
- Your hands free to cook dinner, hold on to a toddler… or, um, Tweet
- Unstructured means they grow with your baby and toddler
- Skin to skin gives you both an oxytocin boost – the love drug, baby!
- Wide material supports your back and baby’s (even my dodgy back could handle it) Can breastfeed handsfree and on the move!
How many positions can the Hug-a-bub be worn in? Hint: answer here.
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Bobbin’s Babyshower Giveaway graphic modified from a Creative Commons image from NinaMatthews Photography