Babywearing elevates everyday tasks into an opportunity for profound bonding. - From Boba's FB page
Portraits d’Indiens d’Amérique
Navajo woman and baby. Historically, the structure of the Navajo society is largely a matrilineal system, in which women owned livestock and land. Once married, a Navajo man would move to live with his bride in her dwelling and among her mother's people and clan. The children are "born to" and belong to the mother's clan, and are "born for" the father's clan.