Parenting
Infant/Toddlers
Christina Antus

Baby-Wearing When Your Child Is An Elephant

Today’s topic is baby wearing. Because babies are in fashion all year round. They have to be. If they aren’t, they become one more thing to haul around and take up space in your grocery cart. Ultimately preventing you from buying x amount of gallons of ice cream—which you’ll need to wallow in the fact that you just ripped your pants because they aren’t maternity, and you still are. READ MORE

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