Ann Moore was a pioneer Peace Corps Volunteer, a pediatric nurse who went to Togo in 1962. She was a member of a Peace Corps medical group which included doctors, nurses, lab techs, a pharmacist and others. Ann observed the traditional patterns of baby care in Togo. She saw that the babies were always carried by their mothers. She noted “the outstanding emotional well being of the African infant, either sick or healthy”.
Ann brought home what she learned and created the baby carrier, the Snugli. Generations of happy babies and parents, the world over, was the result. But, read Ann’s powerful story in her own words. Clink on the statement to which says to “continue reading.”