I Wear My Baby.
I wear my baby in a sling.
For travelling it’s our favourite thing,
From buses and trains to stairs and shops,
Babywearing means we don’t have to stop.
I wear my baby in a wrap,
It’s perfect when little one needs a nap.
So whether out and about or cooking the dinner,
Babe’s sound asleep and I’m onto a winner.
I wear my baby when we’re out walking,
No wheels or handles? Now we’re talking!
Rough roads, cobble stones or through a tight squeeze,
Wearing my baby means we manage with ease.
I wear my baby on my back,
There’s so many ways, I can hardly keep track.
Short wraps and long ones, buckles and rings,
Spots, stripes and patterns, what versatile things.
I wear my baby in the rain,
Pushing a buggy with a brolly’s just such a pain.
It’s easy to keep us both lovely and dry,
When baby’s wrapped cosy and carried up high.
I wear my baby so when she needs nursed,
A slight adjustment means she can quench her own thirst.
Feeding baby’s a doddle when you’re all that they need,
Wherever you are, your baby can feed.
I wear my baby and I’m proud,
To be part of a global babywearing crowd.
We wear our babies, ‘cos it’s where they feel safe.
I wear my baby because you see,
It’s really where they’re supposed to be.
As old as time, it’s not one of those ‘fads’
And who doesn’t love to see babywearing Dads!.
I wear my baby ‘cos she loves to be sung,
And I love it too, it’s like wearing a hug.
I know in the future that I’ll dearly miss,
When I wore her close, close enough to kiss.