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Post Birth Pelvic Floor Exercises Made Easy & Effective

Taking Care of Your Pelvic Floor After Birth Using Your Breath & Babywearing Dr. Rehana Jawadwala, an expert in pregnancy and postnatal exercise, discusses the importance of recovering your pelvic floor health after pregnancy and birth and how to make it a natural part of your day and how you…

Megan
Getting Started

Why Book a Babywearing Consultation?

You might have heard us talking about Babywearing Consultations and how much they can offer new wrappers, read on to find out what a consultation is and how it might help you. What is a Babywearing Consultation? Babywearing Consultations are sessions with trained sling professionals. They are a fantastic opportunity…

Charlotte
Getting Started

How to Find Your Woven Wrap Base Size

What is a base size? Your ‘base size’ is the size of wrap that will allow you to comfortably do a Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC). Other carries are usually noted as needing a size + or – your base, for example, a carry needing a base -1 would be one size down…

Charlotte
Getting Started

Types of Baby Sling – What’s the Best Baby Carrier for me?

Learn about the differences between Baby Wraps, Ring Slings, Buckle Carriers and Tie Strap Carriers. What’s the difference between a baby wrap, rings sling, buckle and tie strap (meh dai) carrier? How do I use a sling? What is the best baby carrier? This post will tell you everything you…

Zoe Masters
Getting Started

Do I need a Left or Right Shoulder Ring Sling?

Ring slings are made from a length of intricately woven fabric, secured on the shoulder through a set of rings. Quick to use, they are perfect for carrying your child on short trips and for children who like to be up and down often. Learn more about ring slings. As…

Charlotte
Getting Started

The Great Ring Sling Debate: Which Shoulder Type To Choose?

Pleated or Gathered shoulder ring sling – that is the Great Ring Sling Debate. There’s a reason that we make two kinds of shoulders; it’s because they are both wonderfully comfortable and both have great advantages for carrying your little one. We couldn’t choose one as an overall winner even…

Charlotte
In The Weave

How does Oscha Made to Order work?

Here at Oscha we design our fabrics in-house. We carefully select colours, patterns and blends which we believe are perfect for carrying your baby. When we release our fabrics on the site we will stock and list wraps & ring slings which will be available to ship out to you…

Charlotte
Getting Started

Getting The Best Out Of Your Nook Carrier

The Nook is the innovative & elegant Oscha full buckle baby carrier which combines the best of both worlds:  the comfort and beauty of a jacquard woven sling which is quick & easy to use. Our Nook Carrier is unlike any other full buckle and like any new product, taking…

Hannah Eccles
Getting Started

Consultant Advice: “My child doesn’t like the baby sling!”

We spoke to Sling Consultant Jillyan Graham, from Carry Me Round, about the best ways to settle your little one in a woven baby carrier. Read on for information around interpreting their cues and understanding the developmental stages they might be going through. So, you’ve learnt the basics about using your…

Charlotte
Getting Started

Oscha Community: “Using a baby sling can be tricky but keep going – it’s worth it!”

Finding it hard to get the hang of your woven wrap or baby sling? Read on for advice and tips from parents who have been there & know exactly how you are feeling. Wrapping is a skill that certainly takes a little time to perfect. We asked our facebook group, Clan…

Jess Hippey