Cleaning House While Wearing Baby

4th March, 2010 / Baby Wrap Benefits / 2 Comments

Saturday my mom took Ada to spend the night with her, and David and Annabelle and I cleaned the living room.  It was so nice to just dedicate myself to cleaning for an hour or so, without distractions or interruptions and it was VERY nice to have a clean living room.  I’ve been taking pains all week to keep it nice because I think we’re all happier when our space looks lovely.

Wrapping Belle meant that I wasn’t interrupted by a baby needing to be picked up.  Wrapping her on my back meant that I was even able to lean over the washing machine, and there was no bundle in front of me to interfere with sweeping!  It also meant that Belle was a happy baby, cuddled up to her momma.  Having just  nursed, she happily went to sleep and my body movements kept her asleep for the duration.  Lucky kid woke up to find all of the work finished!

Sweeping while Belle snoozes in a Reinforved Rear Rebozo Rucksack.

Sweeping while Belle snoozes in a Reinforced Rear Rebozo Rucksack.

Doing laundry with Belle on my back.

Doing laundry with Belle on my back.

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  • Hannah May 25, 2011 at 3:49 pm

    Love your blog! I was just wondering if you know where to find rebozos online? I have a Didymos, but want to try a rebozo and can’t find them anywhere!


    • Diana June 11, 2011 at 3:33 pm

      Thanks, Hannah! I have some wraps in rebozo length. All of the Storchenwieges are available in rebozo length (usually in stock) and I usually have some EllaRoos in this length, too, but you have to click through the colors to see which EllaRoos I have in that size. Sorry I don’t have a way of listing by size just now so you can view all in-stock rebozos! Note that rebozos are approximately 2.7 meters long, and stores may not have them listed as rebozos, but just as a 2.7 meter wrap (as I do).


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