The adventure starts here.
Oct11

The adventure starts here.

Pavo Hearts Melbourne.  This is my city.  Opera.  Noodles and dumplings.  Beautiful theatres ablaze with lights and glamour.  Tiny lane ways, the circulatory system of my city, never intended for prams and barely wide enough for pedestrians.  Hidden treasure.  Street art, gallery art.  Smell, sound, sight, taste.  Jazz.  Fashion. Oscha Alto Eventide Baw Baw.  This is my mountain.  Toboggan spills over with gear, baby snug and warm. ...

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Dreamy luceo non oro…

Introducing the magnificent ‘Luceo non uro’ woven wrap. A beautiful woodland stag surrounded by oaken branches, fox gloves and sparrows. The original artwork was hand drawn from the scratch by a talented British artist Chloe Trayhurn and the inspiration for the design came from the symbolic motto of the Mackenzie clan. This wrap is 75%cotton, 25%linen, making it a perfect wrap for summer adventures and amazingly sturdy and supportive...

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Tinoki and Wearababy Wompats!
Oct10

Tinoki and Wearababy Wompats!

Tinoki has recently changed hands – moving from one passionate educator and baby wearer to another. Tamzin is an active figure on the Australian babywearing scene, having assisted with admin on the Baby Wearing Buy Sell Swap page that’s the Australian second-hand market, helping new wearers and nurturing the community that makes meets and online social connections possible. Not only did she trek from NSW to Melbourne for...

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Fidella Baby Wraps – and a giveaway!
Oct09

Fidella Baby Wraps – and a giveaway!

Fidella are a German company specialising in organic cotton woven and stretch baby wraps. Their designs encompass the whimsical, spiritual and playful sides of nature, and their wraps are soft straight from the box, thin and wide, suited to a range of climates and from baby to toddler weight. They’re pretty friendly to the budget, too. If you’re already a babywearing aficionado, you can see what I had to say about Fidella...

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Work out Wednesday
Oct08

Work out Wednesday

I was at ballet class 37 weeks pregnant. The next Tuesday I was labouring. Then, about eight weeks after Audrey was born, things weren’t working out so well with a dance class I taught, so back I went to keep on teaching it. With a husband who’s in and out of the country frequently, and a full Suzuki violin studio to juggle as well, babysitting was… awkward. So I strapped her on and off we went. The six weeks after...

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Preggie Central loves Hugabub ring slings!
Oct08

Preggie Central loves Hugabub ring slings!

Our local babywearing group is very lucky to be supported by the gorgeous Sarah and Kate at Preggi Central. They’re a hub of all things maternity, baby and postnatal, hosting Kangatraining, Mum & Baby yoga, infant massage… and our babywearing meets, for which we are SO grateful! When you have a look at their website, you’ll not only see an amazing range of maternity wear, but breast pads, teething jewellery,...

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