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Babywearing can be a great tool for breastfeeding parents. Wearing your baby can provide an easy way to do skin-to-skin, soothe your baby, feed your baby, and take care of yourself, all with your hands free.     Benefits of breastfeeding while babywearing     Hands-free feeding! This can be especially helpful during developmental and growth spurts where cluster feeding is common.   Skin-to-skin. Keeping your baby close to you can… READ MORE
Little baby girl and her mother walking outside during sunset. Mother is holding and tickling her baby, babywearing in a black soft structured carrier
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