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You might think I'm trolling... It's not a negative attitude but I've been working with children and young people. I've seen parents developing musculosceletar problems and I do understand how the selling point of it works. I didn't comment on the style or the research itself. However, I still feel it is more of an advert. If we were to be held as it is suggested we would be adapted for it... If you've done further research about adults as well you could have shown the pros and cons instead of just idolising a product. In reality most people with very young children don't have the time and the money to repair the damage on a daily basis. I only highlighted other sissues realted your topic. Also, I've never ever seen babies sleep like in the Anne Geddes photos. it looks lovely but it's far from reality.
Yes, I've heard people that they are not selling products (but they still get financial reward if they refer it). I live in reality.
2 years ago on Strollers, Baby Carriers and Infant Stress