Pokemon Go and babywearing are the perfect match!

Pokemon Go and babywearing are the perfect match!

Pokemon Go and baby carriers are a perfect combo, learn why and how you can enjoy catching Pokemon with your baby !

Pokemon go together with your baby.

Pokemon go needs no introduction, the whole world is under the spell of this old game that is reborn in the modern era. And secretly us the parents of young children, love it even more than the children themselves ;) youth sentiment? I think it is! But it sure is fun! Of course it's again an activity where we stare at a screen, but you have to move, and moving is nice. Especially if you're visiting the most beautiful and interesting places of the world, because there are the so-called Pokestops and Pokegyms to find. Many dogs are all happy with the extra hours of walks, but we human beings too and the kids can be excited about this as well! Good times together playing outside the house, and with a sling or baby carrier, the youngest also just goes along for the ride!
Take, for example, a family with 2 young children, the oldest of 8 would really like to play outside all day and Pokemon to catch. But, the youngest of 1 years would like to go as well. These long walks with a stroller are an option, of course, but let the cutest Pokemon live near the water and forest and other playgrounds to go to. Right, there's the pushing part of your stroller not so funny anymore. Lucky you for having a sling woven wrap or baby carrier! These make walking together with the 1-Year-old easy as peanuts!. The 8-Year-old Pokemon trainer with walks next to you and you all are ready to take steps out and about the wild paths of Pokemon country! Win-win!
Or let's say you just gave birth to your first baby, or your 8yo kid is at school, and you want to secretly catch a Pokemon, because let's face it, we love it as well. When you have a newborn you are often at home to wait until the baby wakes up and do your stuff, like Pokemon catching.. Then there is once again the sling or baby carrier : the Saviour of the day! Together with your baby you discover the most beautiful spots and you catch Pokemon at the same time. In the meantime, your baby gets a portion of fresh air and probably asleep good with you. Win-win!

What is Pokemon go?

Pokemon go is an app for android and Ios phones. In this app, it is the intention that you're moving in the real world where you can find Pokemon which you can catch. With So-called Pokestops you will be able to find interesting items that you need during the play and with Pokegyms you can train your Pokemon and battle with other players. The Pokestops often find themselves in interesting places, such as, for example, a cultural point in a small town, a statue, a camping etc. The Pokegyms often find themselves in places where's a lot of public space, as is right around the corner at a nature reserve / hiking area.
Officially is the app not out yet in Europe, but they're expecting this to roll out in a few days.

Pokemon go, Pokegym tips where you can enjoy a pleasant walk with a sling or baby carrier.

Do you have a beautiful Pokemongym in mind where you can go with small children to play? Tell us about it in the comments! Let's work together and make a nice list with Pokemon go Pokegym locations that are interesting and less suitable for strollers and perfect for baby carriers!
We are also very curious, testimonials about Pokemon go while wearing your baby, feel free to tell using the comments section.

Pokemon go be careful and sensible.

Probably redundant, because we're all grown up, but please keep an eye on where you walk during the Pokemon go play, and if you walk in the woods and wear your baby in a sling woven wrap or baby carrier, either pay extra attention to where you're going. 

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