Baby love. That’s what this short article is all about. Special apologies to an all-time great diva who once sang a song of the same name. It’s all about wrapping your dearly beloved little baby in cotton wool. It’s about keeping your little one well-fed, comfy, warmly clothed and always safe. Safe as houses. And you want your little child to happy. One of the things you need to do is allow the young, wild one to stretch its toddly tubbly little legs.
You wish you could allow the child to spread its wings at an early stage in life. But sadly, it’s just not possible. The world is in such a state that kids are staying on in their nests for a lot longer than their folks did, well into their young adult years, all in the sensible interest of keeping things safe and secure. Back to the youngest one in the family. Because he’s just so wild at times, you almost have to keep him on a leash.
Just like an animal. But you don’t want to do that, do you. What you can do, however, is buy a baby sling wrap. Baby is able to feel born free, just like the wild young lion cubs once upon a time. Or in baby’s case, most probably Simba the Lion. Baby loves him, he’s got the poster on his nursery wall to prove it. Anyhow, the sling wrap does not allow baby to get very far, try as he might. But he doesn’t need to feel like he’s all chained up with nowhere to go.
Sure, he’s got place to go. Places to go, people to see. Ooh, baby, it’s a wild, wild world. And with apologies to a folksy guy who sang this song too.