Bustling Baby Celebrates International Babywearing Week
Cumming, GA: September 10, 2009 - Bustling Baby, LLC a natural baby products company, plans to celebrate the benefits of babywearing during the International Babywearing Week and help new parents get acquainted with this traditional practice.
September 21-28, 2009 marks the second annual International Babywearing Week, sponsored by Babywearing International, Inc., which offers organizations an opportunity to share in the joyous celebration and to promote the many benefits of babywearing.
Babywearing is a long-time, traditional practice of wearing an infant during his or her early years, often through toddler ages. Though the early practice of wearing one’s baby was often a necessity for mothers who labored in the house or fields, many modern pediatricians and parents are finding that babywearing helps to improve the baby’s physical and emotional development while fostering a stronger parent-child bond.
There are many types of baby carriers that are well-suited to healthy babywearing, which include shoulder-based ring slings, baby carrier wraps that provide for front and back babywearing, and the more-traditional, Asian-styled Mei Tai baby carriers. The best choice of carrier type is dependent upon each parent’s particular needs and comfort.
Bustling Baby is a company that understands the importance of developing strong parent-child bonds through the close contact that babywearing provides. In an effort to help promote babywearing benefits and better parent-child bonding, Bustling Baby is giving a 15% discount on all Ellaroo baby slings and carriers until the end of September - customers need only enter the coupon code “IBWW09” when they purchase online at www.BustlingBaby.com.
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- David Cummings
- General Manager
- Bustling Baby, LLC
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