Valentine's Day is all about love and what better way to show love to your new baby than through babywearing. Not only does it free up your hands for other tasks, but it also has numerous benefits for both parent and baby.

One of the best things about babywearing is that it increases the release of the hormone serotonin in both parent and baby, known as the "feel-good hormone". It helps regulate mood, appetite, and sleep and makes both baby and parent feel relaxed and calm. Plus, with a kiss on the forehead or cheek, babywearing also increases the release of oxytocin, the hormone responsible for feelings of love and bonding.

So, this Valentine's Day, show your love to your little one by wrapping them up in our best selling neutrals and enjoy the benefits of babywearing all day. It's not just convenient and trendy, it's essential for baby's growth and development and strengthens the bond between parent and baby. Hold your baby close and bask in the love and comfort that babywearing brings this Valentine's Day! - xoxo TB

Written by Miranda Tripp

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