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Second, a lot of parents push their children to do certain things too early. Time to wean, time to toilet train, time to learn to count, time to start piano lessons, and so on.  If the child hasnt expressed an interest, it will only be more difficult for both the parent and the child.

I once heard a story about a boy, carrying a baby on his back. Someone said to him, 'Pretty big load for such a small kid'. The little boy replied: 'He ain't heavy; he's my brother!' Four years later, the African girl, revisited

Niger, 2005: A woman adjusts the sling carrying her two-year-old child. Niger, together with Sierra Leone and Afghanistan, has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world. In 2010, UNICEF joined an array of  partners for the Women Deliver conference – an all-out effort to renew commitments to Millennium Development Goal 5, which calls for radical reductions in maternal mortality and universal access to reproductive health. © UNICEF/Chalasani - http://www.unicef.org/photography

unicef: “ Niger, A woman adjusts the sling carrying her two-year-old child. Niger, together with Sierra Leone and Afghanistan, has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world.

Diwali Celebrations and an Exploration of Babywearing in India

Gond Tribe , Central India - Informative & researched article on Gond Tribe , Central India from Indianetzone, the largest free encyclopedia on India.

"Bainese babies do not touch the ground for the first three months, but are passed from person to person. After this time a special ceremony is held and babies are then welcome to play on the ground." -The Cultural History of Carrying Babies    http://www.parentingwithpresence.net/index.php?pageid=4908

"Bainese babies do not touch the ground for the first three months, but are passed from person to person. After this time a special ceremony is held and babies are then welcome to play on the ground." -The Cultural History of Carrying Babies http://www.parentingwithpresence.net/index.php?pageid=4908

Africa | "Femme Saussai".  Senegal.  || Vintage postcard; publisher Collection Générale Fortier.  No. 1029.

otonga sells an item for until Wednesday, 7 December 2011 CET in the Senegal category on Delcampe

Traditional babywearing in Korea (podaegi)

The History of Babywearing and 'Modern' Slings - Slingbabies - Baby Slings and Baby Carriers

African dance ~ ♥♥♥ what a mother & toddler group!

Babywearing in Benin – An Early Introduction to Rhythm

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