Babywearing for infant mental health

Australian parents report that a high number of babies experience fussy periods, especially during the first three months. However, some babies can be more unsettled than average. While this advice isn’t intended to replace guidance from a health professional, babywearing can be one of the practical strategies for managing caregiving with an unsettled baby.  What … Read more

Babywearing for perinatal mental health

Australian statistics show that anxiety and depression can affect 1 in 5 women during pregnancy and the 12 months after birth, and up to 1 in 10 non-birthing partners/fathers. While we’re seeing improvements in general knowledge and professional help seeking for mental health for the perinatal period, practical strategies for managing caregiving can also be … Read more