It is truly amazing when considering the different ways mothers of different cultures carry their infant. It was quite recently that a Company was ruled by a Court order against manufacturing their product which helped mothers to carry their infant on their own body.I did not save that piece of information but I do recall that there were reported fatal instances when the infant suffered asphyxiation because of the manner in which that product held the infant.
Looking at Asian, African and Western cultures, these pictures depict the differences at how mothers carry their infant.
One thing is clear from those images above…the West rely on progressive technology while Asia and Africa is still very much deprived and has to rely on the bare necessities of life, so to speak.
From those three example images, which infant do you think is most comfortable with mother?
I have always wanted to see myself wearing skinny jeans. I envy women who looks so sexy and fashionable. They certainly looked like fashion models and celebrities! I have always been on the look out for a skinny jeans that would fit my body structure. I feel a little uncomfy with some of the styles. They are just too fit for my liking. It gets really frustrating! Out of desperation, I decided to search on some of the tips in choosing the best skinny jeans for me.
Here they are:
The most slimming look comes from skinny jeans in a dark blue or black wash.
You don’t have to go with skin-tight jeans to get the look of the trend: jeans vary from super-skinny (usually about a 10″ leg opening) to a kinder, straight-leg cut (about 14″ leg opening).
One of the key elements for pulling off skinny jeans is to balance it with volume on top including dolman-sleeve tops, bell-sleeve tops or tunics.
Disguise heavy thighs by wearing a longer, belted tunic over skinny jeans.
Cover up thick calves by tucking skinny jeans into tall boots.
Wear heels with skinny jeans for a leg-lengthening look; pointy-toed flats also work.
One of my purchases before my Zambo trip was a headware from Bratpack. As the label says, “Keeps Your Head Happy!”
I was convinced to buy one because it can be used in a number of ways. I can opt to look like a pirate or I can simply use it as a hairband, dust mask, helmet liner or a beanie. It’s breathable, versatile, seamless, tubular, cool, elastic and UV guarded.