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Welcome to The Nursling Thing,

More about me who runs the blog, the consulting business and my contact details can be found under ”Om mig / About”. ”Blogg / Posts” is the page where all material is collected and can be wieved in chronological order or by category. We are also on social media!

SWE: Mer om mig som driver bloggen, konsultverksamheten och mina kontaktuppgifter kan du hitta under ”Om mig / About”.  ”Blogg / Posts” är den sida där allt material samlas med möjligheter att kika på det både i kronologisk ordning eller efter kategori. Vi finns också på sociala medier!

Is there anything you miss or want to ask about? / Är det något du saknar eller vill fråga om? (ellinor@thenurslingthing.se)


Recent blogposts:

My struggles with carrying a child, instead of a toddler.

My struggles with carrying a child, instead of a toddler.

My kids are getting bigger and older so my wearing and carrying practices have gone through some changes. During these...
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Endorsement and sponsorship in research – is all considered the same in the babywearing community?

Endorsement and sponsorship in research – is all considered the same in the babywearing community?

Dwelling a bit on the science side, again… 😊 It costs money to conduct research and it also takes time...
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Anisfeld, Casper, Nozyce & Cunningham, 1990. “Does Infant Carrying Promote Attachment? An Experimental Study of the Effects of Increased Physical Contact on the Development of Attachment”.

Anisfeld, Casper, Nozyce & Cunningham, 1990. “Does Infant Carrying Promote Attachment? An Experimental Study of the Effects of Increased Physical Contact on the Development of Attachment”.

On to our third research study on carrying/babywearing. This is also one of a few who are done quite specifically...
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