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Dec 04

It’s Here! Didymos DidyTai Giveaway

 

Didytai Giveaway Event

Sponsored by Adriane Stare of Caribou Baby

 

Hosted by:

The Squishable Baby

 

Co-hosted by:

Our Piece of Earth According to Jenny Zephyr Hill Blog
The Median Mommy Life as a Wife, Mummy and Nurse I Thought I Knew Mama
Mommy’s Favorite Things Kerrific online Living Peacefully with Children
Hobo Mama Momma Lew

 

This giveaway is unique. The Didymos Didy Tai is a wonderful marriage between a woven wrap and a Buckle carrier. It’s Super fast (and easy to learn) like the buckle carrier and snugly like a wrap. The DidyTai (or wrap-tai) has a criss-cross back for weight support. This is the only Mei Tai style carrier that Caribou Baby recommends for newborns because of the tremendous back support – and the ability to carry the baby legs out in a deep squat – from day 1.

The DidyTai is versatile. Its toggle base allows for a great newborn hold and for the mobility of an older baby.

 

Other features of the Didy Tai include:

  • Reversible two-color carrier
  • Anatomically correct squat-spread-position
  • Special, diagonally stretchable cloth
  • Lightweight and handy
  • Free from any toxic materials
  • Pure organic cotton
  • Non-toxic dyes
  • Made in Germany
  • Machine washable
  • Long-lasting and resistant

 

 

 

Please enter the Giveaway below for your chance to win a Didymos Didy Tai From Caribou Baby RV $190. US and CAN residents only.

 

 

 
 

Living Peacefully with Children is only hosting this giveaway and is not responsible for prize distribution.

 

 

2 comments

  1. Talia

    I think it is interesting how she picked the name of the site. “The Caribou is a majestic creature that has provided Inuit tribes with food, clothing, tools and shelter for millennia. It is a symbol of sustenance, strength, and respect for the environment “

  2. stacy hancock

    I love that they have classes! That’s so important. I think a store is a fairly neutral ground to hold those things, people seem to feel more comfortable going to a store.And what a fantastic list of classes, way more than I ever knew were out there. Hats off to them for what they are doing!

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