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babywearing and learning to crawl/walk

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hello all,
at some point i re,=member reading an article (not necessarily from "Mothering" mag.) about babies who are held all the time, either in arms or a sling, and how they learn to walk around the same time babies traditionally cared for do. I'm pretty sure it was referring to a culture that moms carry the babies while they work.

Did anyone else read that? If so, please send me the link. Thanks!
Jennifer
post #2 of 3
I enjoyed the article in Scientific American and it sounds like what you are referring to

http://www.scientificamerican.com/ar...be-unnecessary
post #3 of 3
an interesting aside, but referring to non-worn babies as being "traditionally cared for" tickled my funny bone, considering all of the varying cultural traditions of baby wearing all over the world!
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