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Nui Organics Merino Wool Thermal Crew - Storm
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Nui Organics Merino Wool Thermal Leggings - Storm
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Oeuf Baby Heart Hat - Rose and Light Grey
Oeuf Heart Hat - Rose and Light Grey $48.00
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Sakura Bloom Essential Silk Ringsling Baby Carrier - Midnight Shadow
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Featured Classes & Events

Advanced Woven Wrap Series: Mid-Length Wrap Carry Class
Advanced Woven Wrap Series: Mid-Length Wrap Carry Class
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Baby-Led Weaning Workshop
Baby-Led Weaning Workshop
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Neighborhood Circle Time with Miss Joanna
Neighborhood Circle Time with Miss Joanna
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Best Practices for Employing a Childcare Provider: Free Workshop
Best Practices for Employing a Childcare Provider: Free Workshop
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News

My Favorite Week: International Babywearing Week (Oct 5 - 11)

October 04, 2014

It seems there's a Special Week for everything these days. There are causes and movements that deserve much more than a measly week of attention, like International Breastfeeding Week, Nurse's Week, Women's Week, and Literacy Week. But Babywearing Week? It generally gets tossed in with the likes of International Fun at Work Week, Pet Peeve Week, Read a Road Map Week, and Karaoke Week. To those who care deeply about these industries, professions and hobbies, they no doubt mean something deeply to them. Similarly, Babywearing Week is mine. This is the week my closest friends and colleagues come together to get geeky about babywearing. This is the week I get to turn up the volume on the thing I've devoted my...

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Pumping Is Parenting: Returning To Work As A Breastfeeding Mom

October 03, 2014

Like many new mothers, I fumbled awkwardly with my pump in the early days. I stared at it, this hybrid-rubix-cube-meets-medieval torture-device and contemplated how exactly this strange collection of plastic was going to help me feed my baby. Exhausted and with hormones raging like, well, a first-time mother returning to work, I stood crying in my kitchen as I jammed pieces together, glancing through misty eyes at the instructions. How will I be able do this? Every day? What if she wouldn’t take a bottle? Or my supply dropped? Or my pump broke mid-day? I wanted to keep breastfeeding but I also needed to start working again. I felt like I was being punished for having a vagina. And boobs....

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Tell Us Why You Like It, Please

September 18, 2014

When I quit my software job to help Adriane open this store, I was scared. Was I committing myself to a life of screaming babies, ornery toddlers and stressed-out new parents?! Well, nothing could be further from the truth. When I think of the store three and a half years later, I think of the new parent walking away proudly with a baby securely wrapped on his or her body. I think of the dad with a shopping list, jumping out of a cab on his way home from the hospital getting those first essential items. (cue the violins) I think of the incredible people working for us who help everyone that walks in the door without judgement and with a smile and a helping...

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