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3 Ways to Extend the (already super-long!) Life of Your Baby Carrier

[photo credit : @gingerandbluphoto] Everyday, we hear stories from our fans about the longevity and durability of our carrier. “I’ve used the Ergobaby carrier for over six years and through three kids!” is a common refrain we hear! We’d love you to hear your stories and tag us on social media! While our carriers are…

Ergobaby x Keith Haring

According to his sister Kay, as a child Keith Haring was always drawing. Although he’s associated with New York City, Keith was born in Pennsylvania. He graduated from high school and discovered quickly that he had little interest in becoming a commercial graphic artist, and moved to New York City in 1978 to attend the…

#ErgoDadDanceOff Competition! Gotta be in to win!

1. This competition is open to residents of England, Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man aged 18 or over, excluding employees of Ergobaby (which is the “Promoter”) and their immediate families, agents and anyone else professionally connected with this competition. 2. No purchase is necessary in order to enter…

The Campaign for Healthier Backs (AGR) awards Ergobaby carriers its coveted seal of approval

In recognition of our back-friendly products, Ergobaby has received this accolade from the AGR for our baby carriers. The panel of experts is made up of members from the German Association for Back Training Facilities (BdR) and the “Forum: Healthier Backs – Live Well” (Forum: Gesunder Rücken – besser leben e.V.), who recognise the proven…

Have you ever met a baby with bi-lateral hip dysplasia?

If not, meet baby Matilda (aka Tilly) and her incredible Mum, Amy. ‘’Matilda was breech for most of my third trimester, which is what lead to problem. When she was born they discovered that her hips ‘clicked’ when manipulated. An ultrasound at 6 weeks of age confirmed that both hips were affected, and she was diagnosed with…

Let a feeding pillow take the strain, babies do get heavy!

Amanda Peters, Maternity Practitioner believes all babies should feed elevated with their head higher than their tummy, regardless of colic, reflux or any other feeding issues.  Tummy to tummy positioning ensures good bonding and helps with a better latch.  Babies do get heavy whilst feeding and your arms get tired, so whether breast or bottle…

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