Mamas Who Inspire

Danielle Hampton on March 25, 2015

Mamas Who Inspire: 4 Instagrammers We Love to Follow


Clockwise: @ashleyanielson // @marylauren  // @firstimefarmers // @kauilife Here’s a round up of some of our favorite mamas to follow on Instagram. We’ll be doing this feature once a month and hope to share some of the inspiring women who fill our feed with beauty each day in the spirit of sharing the love in this wonderful community….Continue reading

Danielle Hampton on March 19, 2015

A Day in Clara Aquino’s Babywearing Life


Join our friend Clara Aquino as she takes over our Instagram account today, sharing images from a day in her babywearing life. She will use both our Performance in Charcoal Black and our Four-Position 360 Carrier in Grey! Head on over to our IG account to follow along!

Holly Hays on May 27, 2014

Mamas Who Inspire: Jennifer Senior

This is a woman

My husband and I can’t help but laugh over all the things we never thought we’d say as parents that pop out of our mouths (“What did I just tell you?” “Listen to your mother.”) We love our kids to bits, but man, is being a parent tough sometimes! In the new book All Joy…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 24, 2014

Celebrating 10 Years of Ergobaby with Founder Karin Frost

Karin Frost

Back in 2002, a mother living on Maui was not satisfied with the baby carrying options available to her.  Looking to keep her new son close to her body, she tried seven different carriers, some of which worked fairly well, but nothing that satisfied her needs for comfort and ergonomics. With a background in design,…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 03, 2014

Meet Our Designing Mamas

Kristina Meltzer

We are honored and thrilled that three of our favorite designing mamas agreed to submit designs for our latest Design Contest!  All three mamas have amazing style, taste and love of life!  We’re so proud to be working with them.  Take a moment to get to know the lovely ladies behind the designs. Kristina meltzer…Continue reading

Holly Hays on November 20, 2013

Mamas Who Inspire: Stephanie Brandt Cornais

Penelope in the Ergobaby

If you’re anything like me, the holidays are a time when your boundaries lessen or—complete honesty—totally disappear. (My favorite day-after-Thanksgiving breakfast? Pumpkin pie, thank you very much.) Luckily, Mama & Baby Love’s Stephanie Brandt Cornais, mama to 4-year-old Penelope, was up for sharing a few tips on how to have a healthier, saner season. What…Continue reading

Holly Hays on September 23, 2013

Mamas Who Inspire: Jill Spivack and Jennifer Waldburger of Sleepy Planet


If a full night’s sleep for anyone in your household is starting to feel like a long-lost luxury, Sleepy Planet’s Jennifer Waldburger and Jill Spivack are the ladies of your (ahem) dreams. Their Sleepeasy Solution program and one-on-one consultations give parents strategies and tools to help kids sleep better and longer. Ergobaby caught up with…Continue reading

Holly Hays on May 10, 2013

Mamas Who Inspire: Rebecca Woolf of Girl’s Gone Child


Creator of the hugely popular Girl’s Gone Child blog, mom of four (son Archer, 7, daughter Fable, 3, and twin girls Boheme and Reverie, 1), published author—yup, Rebecca Woolf pretty much epitomizes inspiring. And after having breakfast with her one recent morning in L.A., I’m adding “thoughtful,” “wise,” and “hilarious” to the list.   What…Continue reading

Holly Hays on October 22, 2012

Mamas Who Inspire: Christy Turlington Burns


Christy Turlington Burns is a pretty incredible example of just how much one mom can do: International supermodel, check. Designer, check. Mother of two, check. And in 2010, Christy founded the organization Every Mother Counts (EMC), which helps fund programs that allow mothers around the world to get prenatal care and medical support to safely…Continue reading

Julie Kieras on September 28, 2012

Mamas Who Inspire: In the Life of Rachel Coleman


When I read the first Mamas Who Inspire post by (and about) Rachel Coleman, I was awe-struck at the challenges this mama has risen to meet. Two special needs children, one deaf, one with spina bifida/cerebral palsy. Nobody would blame her if she had given up; instead, she carried herself (and her children, literally!) gracefully…Continue reading

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