Is It Sensory-Friendly: Kindercarry's Kinderpack

I've written other posts about Sensory-Friendly Carriers, but they have been about wraps. I honestly thought those were the only types of carriers that I would need to bring up, because what sort of sensory problems could you find with, say, a buckle carrier (or soft structured carrier)?

WELL let me tell you-- there are definite problems.

Is It Sensory-Friendly: Kindercarry's Kinderpack


Over the past year, I have had the chance to try out many different brands of SSC's (soft structured carriers) and, as a general rule, you're looking at the same type of design. A panel of some sort, shoulder pads, some buckles.. Pretty simple. But I tried out different companies/brands and different fabrics. My conclusion after trying them out (Kinderpack, Lillebaby, Tula, Natigo, & LennyLamb) is that, yes, you can come across some sensory issues.

I Surrender To Complacent: My Mom Existence


I won't lie to you.. It's been a rough few years. From the very moment I got pregnant with my second child, I was bitter. The very thought of my life being put on hold was horrific to me. So, I tried to combat that with thoughts of "No, I can still do it all" and "I'll keep working through pregnancy".

Yeah. That didn't happen.

Week In Review: 5 Things I'm Thankful For

This past week has been a really tough one. My fall semester began on Monday and it has been an incredibly hectic time getting my schedule/life situated around this. I go to school on Mondays & Wednesdays. The kids have their therapy's on Mondays & Tuesdays. I have to drop them off at 7am, so I can work within the schedule of my babysitter & get to class on time. This means I have to leave my house no later than 6:40am.

Have I mentioned that I am not a morning person?


Week In Review: 5 Things I'm Thankful For

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