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DÃ©bora hard at work at the 2016 Babywearing in Canada Conference.
Photo Credit: Stephanie de Montigny, of Pure Natural Newborn Photography
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DÃ©bora Rodrigues started Babywearing in Canada with a local playgroup and drop-in January 2009 as a means of giving back and giving forward to other parents who needed help in their babywearing journey. Her journey into babywearing started in 2003 when her midwife first introduced her to slings. From there, DÃ©bora’s journey has been non-stop, allowing her to become the babywearing advocate she is today.
Babywearing in Canada is about supporting parents, about enabling others to help parents and to put it all in perspective. Parents tend to be very hard on themselves and it can be challenging to parse through all the information on the internet to get to the core of the truth: What is it that makes a good parent? And how is it raising a child here in Canada than elsewhere? DÃ©bora believes that babywearing should be seen from the lens of where you live. And of the elements that parents need within their community to be able to parent safely, supported and from a position of strength.
We are influenced by our environment – for example our one year maternity and parental leave provisions grants Canadians the time, the freedom and the space to grow into parenthood.Â Our values are encoded in our social safety net – and our babywearing journey within Canada is different as a result.
It is time to expand the parenting language from seeing the mother as being the only person that matters when it comes to raising a child. Up to 86% of women are able to access maternal and parental leaves, and nationally 12% of our dads take leave as well (it is higher in Quebec as they have 5 weeks of paternal leave, paid at 75% of salary — policies matter). We have had shared parental leave in Canada since 1996. Father involvement is increasing, breastfeeding rates are increasing, kangaroo care policies are slowly becoming mandatory in pockets across the country. To increase all of these, we must acknowledge the imperfection of life, and find the best path for all because we are not mathematical equations. And we cannot improve unless we recognize that we need help and we need to support each other.
As DÃ©bora says:
âWe all suck at something. I need the humanity, the imperfectness, the fallacies we all hold to come to light, because it is only within the community can we find the strength in others that we might now have, that we can find the ability and tools to move forward that we cannot hold within ourselves. I cannot do life alone, and none of us should have to either.â
Babywearing in Canada allows her to take her values and have them writ large. Babywearing is about becoming empowered as a parent, both in the small moments, and through the help we gain in reaching out to our community.