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Mother and child of Taxco, Mexico, 1932 (Anton Bruehl)

Historical babywearing: Mother and child of Taxco, Mexico, 1932 (Anton Bruehl)

Oaxaca Woman Carrying Baby in Rebozo, Mexico

Oaxaca Woman Carrying Baby in Rebozo, Mexico

The History of Babywearing and 'Modern' Slings - Slingbabies - Baby Slings and Baby Carriers

Mukubal Girl Carrying Her Brother in a Dik Dik skin,  Angola Africa | Every baby in Mucubal tribe wears this piece of wood and shells in the back,  Ombeleketha. It is a kind of talisman the mother puts. Once the baby can walk, they remove it and keep it for the next baby to come!  Mucubal (also called Mucubai, Mucabale, Mugubale) people are a subgroup of the Herero ethnic group, which means they are bantu speaking, and are supposed to have come from Kenya and to be relate...

Mukubal Girl Carrying Her Brother in a Dik Dik skin, Angola by Eric Lafforgue It's interesting that "baby wearing" is all the rave these days when we've been wearing our babies since antiquity.

Hungarian mother and child. All the romance of life as well as its tragedies was to be found among the immigrants. Every incoming ship brought its sweethearts, brides, mothers and widows. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood, N.Y.

Hungarian mother and child. All the romance of life as well as its tragedies was to be found among the immigrants. Every incoming ship brought its sweethearts, brides, mothers and widows. Copyright by Underwood & Underwood, N.

Rebozo: A beautiful tale on discovering babywearing

Rebozo: A beautiful tale on discovering babywearing

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