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Mothering's Annual Babywearing Photo Contest 2013

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Do you have a wonderful babywearing photo to share? We invite you to enter our Babywearing Photo Contest, sponsored by Moby Wrap! 

 

Type of Photos

We encourage the submission of images that celebrate your family and lifestyle as well as those that represent the many styles of babywearing. Please submit original photographs that contain images of some form or fashion of babywearing. You may be asked to sign a form verifying ownership if your work is selected to win. Please do not enter photos that contain a business name, photographer credit or other text in the image. For inspiration, check out the wonderful submissions we received last year! 

 

There is no limit on the number of entries but each image must be in a separate post. Each submitted photo will be reviewed by the editorial team and three images will be chosen to win based on various factors--including number of community votes and photo quality. In addition to a prize from our sponsor, Moby Wrap, The winners will have their image featured in the Mothering community, on our Pinterest Page and on our Facebook page. All non-winning entries will also be considered for features across Mothering.com and on our social media pages. Please read the Contest Terms and Conditions before you participate.

 

PRIZES

1st Place

2nd Place

3rd Place

 

 

 

 

One Gray

Moby GO Original 

A $79.95 value! 

One Almond Blossom

Moby Wrap Original

A $55.95 value!

One Cornflower

Moby Wrap Modern

A $47.95 value!

 

About Moby Wrap
Moby Wrap (MOther + baBY) was founded in 2003 by parents with a passion for babywearing who were looking for a more comfortable, versatile way to carry infants.  Moby Wrap baby carriers are ideal for babies up to 35lbs. and are made from soft cotton in a wide array of colors and designs, including organic UV-protected. With informed parenting as its mission, Moby Wrap partners with other organizations that emphasize empowering parents.

 

Use of Images

Mothering may publish the entry photos elsewhere on the site or on Mothering's social media network pages (Facebook, Pinterest, etc.) so please read and agree to the Contest Terms and Conditions before you participate.

 

How to Enter
Submit your original photographs in this community contest thread between July 10th and July 23rd, 2013.  Multiple entries are allowed in separate posts. Then, share your posted image via Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter to encourage voting on your image. Images with the most votes in the community will be considered most highly to win by the Mothering editorial team. Three winners will be contacted through their Mothering community profile by July 29, 2013 and announced to the community. 

 

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Not the best quality pic, but my proudest babywearing moment. When DD#2 was around 3 months old I took both my kids on solo trips to Disney with no stroller. I managed to get both of them, completely asleep into these carries and get them from the far end of Epcot to the car with no issues. You should have seen some of the looks I got though! Ooh boy! Everyone was asking if I needed a hand...of course I just held up my two completely free hands and said, "Nope! Babywearing is great!".

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Out for a walk with my daughter and her new baby brother. We thought she would enjoy a doll carrier to be like mommy and daddy.
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Getting housework done while baby sleeps
 

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Checking out the soccer game with my little dude.
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Babywearing

My daughter Misty, 11 months, in the baby carrier overlooking the Yaquina Head Lighthouse tidepools in Newport, OR.

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going hiking!
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As a teen mom, babywearing was a great way to bond with my baby and was the start of my natural parenting journey.

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Babywearing was great for my more cautious, wary little one.

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My girls' 1st birthday :)

 

 

My girls are five now and we are past babywearing.  However, my friend Marcia needs a Moby Wrap for her new little one.  Hence, I am entering for her :)

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I can't even begin to count the hours/days/months I spent babywearing my two sons: Arlo (now 3), and Nelson (now 16 months).  Neither of my boys were good sleepers/nappers, but they would always nap in the Moby or Ergo Sport.

 

Here is one of my favorite babywearing pictures of me and Arlo:

 

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I can't even begin to count the hours/days/months I spent babywearing my two sons: Arlo (now 3), and Nelson (now 16 months).  Neither of my boys were good sleepers/nappers, but they would always nap in the Moby or Ergo Sport.

 

Here is one of my favorite babywearing pictures of me and Arlo:

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Finn and I getting ready to walk the dog.

We have since upgraded to the Boba 3g. Baby Bjorn is not made for babies over 15lbs. duh.gif

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I can't even begin to count the hours/days/months I spent babywearing my two sons: Arlo (now 3), and Nelson (now 16 months).  Neither of my boys were good sleepers/nappers, but they would always nap in the Moby or Ergo Sport.

 

Here is a picture of me and Nelson on our first walk/trip outside of the house, two weeks after he was born:
     

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I can't even begin to count the hours/days/months I spent babywearing my two sons: Arlo (now 3), and Nelson (now 16 months).  Neither of my boys were good sleepers/nappers, but they would always nap in the Moby or Ergo Sport.

 

Here is one of my favorite pictures of the Mama's view of babywearing:    

 

   

 

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Here's a photo of myself with my two daughters, Nora, 9 months, and Sophia, 11years, on South Manitou Island, Michigan! This was partway through a 7 mile hike through some difficult terrain-I was worn out at the end, but we all had a great time and the sling worked great! This photo is front of a shipwreck not far off the shore- it's really amazing!
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