Momma & Baby, Organic Body Care, Artisan Organic Cotton

Springvale, Maine

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Note from shop owner Changes are coming this March. Until then be well and thanks for stopping by.

Note from shop owner

Last updated on Aug 4, 2022

Changes are coming this March. Until then be well and thanks for stopping by.

Carolyn Reece

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Carolyn Reece


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About NestNurtureOrganics

Sales 5,294
On Etsy since 2011

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Our Story

Cofounded by a mother and daughter team.
We provide our customers only what we would give to ourselves and our beloveds: the highest of quality, made with loving intention.
From our extended professional certifications and licenses along with our obsession with continued research of holistic body care, postpartum care, cotton farming, fabric dye, the fabric manufacturing chain from seed to mill, and body care ingredients marketed towards the new parent and their newborn(s), we are very well informed consumers, manufacturers and small business owners.
We are proud and honored of our dedication to knowing where/how/by who all our raw materials and ingredients are sourced from and to understand the monetary exchange of labor in honoring the worker and the planets natural resources.

We adore what we do and are so grateful for your appreciation of our work.
Thank you!
Carolyn, "the barefoot momma " and Katherine...her momma.
~Nest and Nurture Organics~

Shop members

  • Carolyn

    Owner, Maker, Customer Service

    I am a grateful momma of 2 and honored to support families as a CPD, CA, Child Yoga Instructor, and eco-artisan Bengkung trainer. I adore being barefoot and tending to our many happy chickens, rural homestead, and homeschooling my children.

  • Katherine

    Maker, Photographer, Owner

    My mother taught me everyday has a moment that is beautiful. The older I get the more I stop to see, and gather these gifts; filling my heart and life with gratitude.

  • Reece aka Flash

    Chief Operations Assistant, Apprentice Designer, Primary Mess-maker

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  • USPS

    Springvale, ME

    USPS shipping nationwide for USA

Shop policies

Last updated on Apr 20, 2021


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More information

Last updated on May 10, 2022

Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Wash Labor Wraps with like colors on gentle cycle. Dry on low heat
Bengkung Binds with fray edge, hand wash. Line dry recommended
Bengkung Binds with sewn edge may be machine washed, gentle cycle, warm water to cool. Line dry.

Wholesale availability

YES! please contact me for more information at

Can I Bengkung wrap while pregnant?

During your first trimester yes. For second and third trimester the Bengkung is not recommended, you can jump over to Carolyn’s doula page to learn more on why:

I am years postpartum, can I still wrap?

Yes! The Bengkung does not need to be worn immediately postpartum. The bind also provides support during menstruation and the healing required after a miscarriage.

How to wrap

Proper wrapping is very important. Please reach out with questions, Carolyn is here to support you via her doula pages where she offers binding trainings and consultations.


Here is a quick guide to proper postpartum wrapping:

What is the difference of a cut, raw, fray, or sewn bind?

They differ in durability and ease of washing. Traditionally the bind is sewn to provide the most beneficial support and ease of washing

A pinked cut edge limits the amount of fray because the zigzag crosses the weave of the fabric. May be machine washed on gentle cycle.

A raw/fray edge will occasional have loose threads that may easily be removed.

The pinked, raw and fray edge bind will loosen a bit more when wearing due to the edge not being stabilized with the sewn edge.

Sewn edge is usually a flat or rolled serged edge. This finishes the edge giving it more stability and strength. May be washed on gentle cycle in the washing machine.