Babywearing is the practice of keeping your baby or toddler close and connected to you as you engage in daily activities through the use of one of a variety of types of baby carriers. It is a traditional practice in many cultures that is not widely used by modern industrialized societies, but it nonetheless has many benefits for both children and caregivers. Babywearing promotes bonding, supports breastfeeding, can help combat postpartum depression, makes caregiving easier, and can be a lifesaver for parents of high-needs children. Carried babies sleep, feed, and grow better.
One study found that carried 6-week-olds cried 43% less than other children.Md Wright is fierce and that is that.
She explains it this way:
Decided we should do a routine together… And so thankful others could help assist me in capturing and choreographing this moment/experience.
It is not so much that my talent (dance) is unique, for we are all unique individuals that can express and receive the same thing differently. It is my delivery and transparency of my truth, my story, projected through movement that is unique.
When i dance, it is not simply because I enjoy it. I dance because it is a part of being human; a part of who I am. It is a projection of my freedom. And not just my physical freedom of which I am not barred down with shackles and chains, but freedom of my mind, freedom of my heart, freedom of my soul; Freedom to Be unapologetically, unabashedly myself, to myself and to the world.
Dance isn’t just movement with or without music. It is a communication tool that resonates in the hearts of the masses.
So allow yourself to relish in our love. The love I have for self, the love for my daughter, the love we have for each other and the love we have for you.
This is who I am. And this is why I dance. And most certainly why I dance with my daughter.
No Limitations! Our love and message takes us higher! The Circle of Life everyone!