Babywearing and breastfeeding often go hand in hand. They both help to establish and reinforce a strong bond between mother and child, and research has shown that babywearing significantly improves breastfeeding rates. Breastfeeding in a carrier is also liberating for a mother, as it allows her the convenience of being on the move or caring for an older child, while still meeting baby’s needs.
However, learning to breastfeed in a carrier may not be as simple as it looks. It is in fact an acquired skill that can take some time to master. Here are some tips to help you breastfeed in a carrier successfully.
Babywearing exercises can be fun and enjoyable, and is an excellent way for moms to get a good workout while bonding with bub. For moms with sticky babies who can’t be put down, babywearing exercises are a great way to do something for yourself without having to give up time with baby – double win!
We worked with Jaqui Heng, founder of Herlifts – Singapore’s leading women strength training gym – to come up with recommendations that you can perform at the comfort of your own home.