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In this video I walk you through step by step how to tie your baby on your back in one of the safest, least expensive and most convenient methods available. Our ancestors have been carrying babies on their backs this ways for thousands of years, and it has stood the test of time! Thank you for watching, if you enjoy please like, comment, subscribe and share!
Easy to follow tutorial on how our ancestors and Africans wear their children. To purchase a wrap visit: http://bit.ly/shopmww Benefits of this carry: - completely hands free - no weight or strain on shoulders at any time - child is secure Follow me: IG/Twitter/FB - mswrightsway
Hello! This video is a step by step tutorial on how to carry your baby on your back using a wrapper and how to take them off. If your a mom (or dad lol) who just needs to get stuff done around the house and you don't want a baby crying or in the way this is for you! I was taught this by my Nigerian mother in law. At first i was soooooo scared but the more confident i became I LOVED it. This is something i do everday because it's so helpful. I can sit, use the bathroom(tmi) workout, clean. I can do anything Lol. I hope you try it at least once!!!!!!!!! Please don't hesitate to ask questions!
► Subscribe to BattaBox on YouTube: http://goo.gl/4dgy2r (Nigeria Baby) It's why we love our African Mama's so much - they carried us on their backs for so long... but how do they do it? Especially when it is forbidden for the baby to fall o! (if they do you must run naked round the market!) "I'm an African woman so I use my wrapper to tie my baby and I make sure I tie it very well!" explains Mrs Tade James. "And if i see that he's not comfortable the way I'm tying him, I tell someone close to me to assist me." (Nigeria Baby) How-to carry your baby (African style!) ... find out here! There are rules attached to backing a baby at the early stage - "Your baby's hands must be inside, so that the neck can stay very well," explains another mother. "You have to fold your wrapper two or three...
In this video my family teach me how to carry a baby or child on your back with cloth. In Ghana where my father is from it is common for ladies to wear their kids on their back using cloth. No need for £100 baby bjorn baby carriers there! It takes some practice but I hope this helps! I would be so grateful if you subscribed to my channel for more! x Watch more from me GHANA 2018 VLOG - https://youtu.be/j-MrNIsHYBA MY WEDDING VIDEO - https://youtu.be/yH9gmMarPAo MY ETHNICITY TAG VIDEO - https://youtu.be/dfxouWqilkw MY HEAD SHAVE VIDEO - https://youtu.be/ss-_ciCBi-w MIXED GIRL TAG - https://youtu.be/BxohvuUupJw
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Christelle invites her best friend Catherine, from the Tumbuka tribe of Zambia, to teach us how to carry our babies in an Mpaapa, commonly known as a Chitenge. Remember, Cultural Appropriation affects cultures. Be respectful, use appropriate names and give credit to the people of the culture you are appreciating. Remember, Africa is not a country; it's a continent! Subscribe. Like. Comment. Mean girls, trolls and racists won't be entertained 😏 Follow Christelle on Facebook for more Enn Ti Mami DownUnder here https://www.facebook.com/Enn-Ti-Mami-DownUnder-1235346423165247/ Instagram: enntimami_downunder
This video is a tutorial on how to carry a baby comfortably on the back and the hands can be free, to do other chores in the home. This wrapper and other designs can be bought on the following website. www.ranaclothing.ca my grand mum used to say when babies are carried this way, that there is a unique bond created between mother and child. Also this methods gives the African mother the room to be active, taking care of other needs while her baby is safe behind on her back
this is how to wrap a baby on your back african style!...great for when you need your hands for doing dishes, cooking etc....and baby feels close to you, hears your heart beat, sees what you're doing, and usually falls asleep :)
Gertrude from Shigamani Village (one of the projects we are involved with) taught our team participants how the ladies in her community, as well as in other parts of Africa, carry babies. Many of them carry their children for many miles while they carry water buckets on their heads and bags in their arms at the same time. They also work in construction or other activities while the babies are on their back. We appreciate these strong women and all that they do for their children. #WomanOfAfrica
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This is one of the manta carries that is used in Peru (there are others, including one where the baby ends up in a lying position). Generally, it is better to lay the manta down on the bed and put the baby on top and bring that triangle point up but as you can see, it can be done in arms as well.
In this video I'll show you how to carry your little one with a traditional African Kanga. This is commonly called the "kanga carry." This wrap was purchased from Amani Ya Juu. Amani is a fair trade non-profit organization that helps women in Africa support their families. You can read more about Amani here https://www.amaniafrica.org/ Here is a link to the Kanga itself https://amaniafrica.org/products/kanga-scarf I work for the Amani center her in the States...if you have any questions I'd Love to answer them Hope this video helps
Hey Guys! ♡Subscribe to MY CHANNEL In this video, I answer the question that most wonder about African women carrying their babies on their back and the reasons behind it. Enjoy and comment below♡ Like, Share, Subscribe. Music: Africa by Salif Keita Mbambou by Sekouba Bambino ♡♡LET'S BE FRIENDS♡♡: ♡ Instagram @tall_drinkofwater ♡Snapchat: lasapienne
http://www.wilbur.asia Welcome to Super Call Solutions! In this very special CQ episode you will learn how to tie the baby to your back and carry then carry the baby African style! I hope your CQ will be increased as you learn more from around the world!
Joy&Joe baby wraps' founder demonstrates how to correctly use an African kanga
'Infant' in this case refers to newborns and really small babies who are still "curled up" in a foetal position. The idea is to maintain that curled up position and not spread the feet out too much. We therefore keep the baby's legs inside the wrap. As your baby starts to stretch out its legs you can take the legs out as shown in the video for carrying older babies. Some babies are ready at 2weeks old but most will stretch out at 1month to a month and a half. If you are carrying a PRE-TERM baby, please consult with your medical team on how to best take advantage of your wrap for Kangaroo Care. You can use the wrap to carry your baby on your bare chest. In this case you will have to put the baby in the pocket but ease them partially out so that their skin touches your skin. You should h...
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An Kitenge African wrap doing a torso carry.
The Independent | 26 May 2018
The Independent | 26 May 2018