Babywearing / Touch

The Benefits of Babywearing, Learning Different Carries, and More

This Principle is not complete without reading API's Eight Principles of Parenting Introduction -- important information for understanding the context API's Principles of Parenting.

Carrying, or babywearing, meets a baby's needs for physical contact, affection, security, stimulation, and movement (all of which encourage neurological development) while on the go.

Read more about Babywearing via the Links Below

Sling Safety

The Attached Family

API's The Attached Family online magazine, updated weekly with articles on a variety of topics, is an extension of the quarterly The Attached Family print magazine. The following articles on Babywearing are accessible at no cost on The Attached Family online magazine. Please consider joining API to help support API's ability to continue providing this information.

Members also receive a quarterly magazine, The Attached Family. One of next year’s issues focuses on the API Principle of Using Nurturing Touch.

External Resources

In addition to the many resources available here on the Attachment Parenting International website, we are including valuable information on Principle-specific topics located on other websites. Please note that API has no control over the content available on these external sites.

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