It’s All About Archery, Baby!
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If you are an archer or bowhunter and expecting a baby, you are in luck! From onesies to cribs to nursery decor, parents have more options than ever before to show the world their archery pride while caring for their newborns. Arrows are trendy now, so why not save yourself from the world of baby gear saturated with giraffes, monkeys and bears and create a space that reflects your love of the outdoors and what you hope to instill in your child?
I’ve been a fan of combining archery and baby stuff since my husband and I hosted a Facebook Live archery trick shot gender reveal for our first baby back in February. Since then I’ve been gathering ideas and baby gear that express my love for bows and arrows. Interested in expressing your love for archery via baby gear? Here are a few of my favorite archery baby finds:
Tula Baby Carrier in “Archer” (MSRP: $149.00)
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, “‘Baby-wearing’ is recommended not just as a response to crying, but to prevent crying and promote parent-infant attachment and the baby’s development.” Baby carrying options abound, from wraps to hiking backpacks. One middle-ground option is the Tula Baby Carrier, which is a soft-structured carrier available in a variety of fabric patterns. My personal favorite is “Archer,” which features a pattern of white stylized arrows on the part of the carrier where the baby sits. I’m looking forward to several walks and maybe even some archery range outings with my baby in this carrier.
Plenty of Archery-Themed Onesies and Bibs
Every baby’s got to wear something, so why not dress your baby for archery success? Thanks to my wonderful friends and coworkers, this baby is set with a bunch of super cute onesies and bibs that are archery and bowhunting themed. My favorites include “Camo Baby” and “Got Archery?” as well as a super cute deer-themed outfit for my future bowhunter. These outfits are available on Amazon, at Bass Pro Shops and at Babies R Us.
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