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My niece Dineo shows how she wraps her 14-month old for carrying on her back. Update: PLEASE HELP hungry kids in Lesotho! Over 130000 people have now viewed this video. Dineo is from Johannesburg South Africa but her family comes from Lesotho -- a mountain country with little money and little food (because their farmlands were stolen 150 years ago). If 130 000 people had each given US $1, it would have fed 26 000 Lesotho children FOR A MONTH. Dineo's cousin is a church minister in Lesotho who has next to no money, and his parishioners are all subsistence farmers with no money -- yet they run a feeding club giving a hot meal a day to hungry kids. They feed a child for a month on $5. If you want to send this minister your $5, or even $1, send me an email (email@example.com) and I...
Easy to follow tutorial on how our ancestors and Africans wear their children. To purchase a wrap visit: http://bit.ly/shopmww Benefits of this carry: - completely hands free - no weight or strain on shoulders at any time - child is secure Follow me: IG/Twitter/FB - mswrightsway
This is how the African women carry their babies on their back using a piece of fabric.
How to wrap a baby. One way to wear the African earth toned baby wrap. This is a 13 pound 4 month old who has been wrapped for a couple months. Notice baby is fussy in the beginning and stops crying once She is wrapped in. She was sleepy 😴 Purchase this wrap at shop: www.adorablyafrican.com
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Hey loves!! Super excited to share this easy baby/toddler wrap tutorial! I like to do this when we are taking short walks or just around the house when I am doing chores and such! Ma'khai likes to have his arms out but you can also do this wrap and keep the arms in. Of course while trying any wrap proceed with caution and have someone help you if it's your first time. I like this wrap for toddlers more so than babies. Enjoy!! : ) I am now selling these on my site as well! www.bohemianafro.com They are bigger in size than the one shown in the video and provide even more support. : ) My Handmade Jewelry Store Bohemian Afro http://www.bohemianafro.com Explain It at the Coffee Shop Ashton Edminster https://app.hellothematic.com/#/link/A649A4C5 Create The Life of Your Dreams! http://www.energ...
I just made this short tutorial video on how to wrap a baby the african way for my fellow oyibo sisters without knowing that it would go crazy all over the internet!
After a wonderful visit to Welkom in South Africa and enjoying the Free State 500 at Phakisa Circuit, the ASA group took a trip to the market place at Johannesburg. This wonderful lady was in one of the shops and was carrying her grandbaby on her back. She was kind enough to share just how easy it can be. Now how much did I spend on that carrier for my granddaughter and this solution works just as well.
In this video I walk you through step by step how to tie your baby on your back in one of the safest, least expensive and most convenient methods available. Our ancestors have been carrying babies on their backs this ways for thousands of years, and it has stood the test of time! Thank you for watching, if you enjoy please like, comment, subscribe and share!
A short tutorial video how to use a sheet to carry a baby (the African baby wrap way), with steps. Chitenge or kitenge is an East African fabric similar to sarong, often worn by women and wrapped around the chest or waist, over the head as a headscarf, or as a baby sling. Kitenges are similar to kangas and kikoy, but are of a thicker cloth and have an edging on only a long side. Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, and Sudan are some of the African countries where kitenge is worn. In Malawi, Namibia and Zambia, kitenge is known as Chitenge. They are sometimes worn by men around the waist in hot weather. In some countries like Malawi, Chitenges are never worn by men. Kitenges (plural vitenge in Swahili; zitenge in Tonga) serve as an inexpensive, informal piece of clothing that is of...
In this video I'll show you how to carry your little one with a traditional African Kanga. This is commonly called the "kanga carry." This wrap was purchased from Amani Ya Juu. Amani is a fair trade non-profit organization that helps women in Africa support their families. You can read more about Amani here https://www.amaniafrica.org/ Here is a link to the Kanga itself https://amaniafrica.org/products/kanga-scarf I work for the Amani center her in the States...if you have any questions I'd Love to answer them Hope this video helps
Joy&Joe baby wraps' founder demonstrates how to correctly use an African kanga
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Hello! This video is a step by step tutorial on how to carry your baby on your back using a wrapper and how to take them off. If your a mom (or dad lol) who just needs to get stuff done around the house and you don't want a baby crying or in the way this is for you! I was taught this by my Nigerian mother in law. At first i was soooooo scared but the more confident i became I LOVED it. This is something i do everday because it's so helpful. I can sit, use the bathroom(tmi) workout, clean. I can do anything Lol. I hope you try it at least once!!!!!!!!! Please don't hesitate to ask questions!
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En lille instruktionsvideo til at bære/binde sin baby på ryggen. Baby er 12 uger gammel i videoen og elsker at sidde på mors ryg. I Ghana og andre afrikanske lande bæres babyer på ryggen som vist i videoen.
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