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Babywearing photo: Tibetan herder and baby. I want a shawl like that! :D I wish companies would sell coordinating shawls an as accessory.

Babywearing photo: Tibetan herder and baby. I want a shawl like that! :D I wish companies would sell coordinating shawls an as accessory.

Porter son bébé avec un seau d'eau sur la tête

Porter son bébé avec un seau d'eau sur la tête

Babywearing around the world

Babywearing around the world

Perou

Perou

Une femme tibétaine et son bébé à Ngari en pèlerinage autour du Mont Kailash (Photo: Jacky Chen / Reuters)

Une femme tibétaine et son bébé à Ngari en pèlerinage autour du Mont Kailash (Photo: Jacky Chen / Reuters)

Asia

Asia

Profissão Mães no Mundo

Profissão Mães no Mundo

Portage,Texte,Bébé Rire,Beau Sourire,Belles Personnes,Bonjour Belle,Visages Humains,Les Gens De Peinture,Choisir La Vie

Africa | Young mother with twins. | Scanned postcard; published by Hoa-qui

Africa | Young mother with twins. | Scanned postcard; published by Hoa-qui

#artipoppe inachis limoni #babywearing #wovenwraps

#artipoppe inachis limoni #babywearing #wovenwraps

le maternage ?Le maternage proximal repose avant tout sur un choix éducatif personnel. Le maternage proximal ou attachement parental (car oui, les papas mat

le maternage ?Le maternage proximal repose avant tout sur un choix éducatif personnel. Le maternage proximal ou attachement parental (car oui, les papas mat

A mother and her child, Kinshasa Photo © Unicef Germany/ Diana Mrazikova/2013

A mother and her child, Kinshasa Photo © Unicef Germany/ Diana Mrazikova/2013

1920s Europe

1920s Europe

Babywearing elevates everyday tasks into an opportunity for profound bonding. - From Boba's FB page

Babywearing elevates everyday tasks into an opportunity for profound bonding. - From Boba's FB page

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.

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.

Sommeil voyageur ...

Sommeil voyageur ...

Africa | Mother with her baby. | Scanned postcard; published by IRIS

Africa | Mother with her baby. | Scanned postcard; published by IRIS