A mother wearing a Rebozo ( traditional Mexican shawl ). The women moved with grace and dignity; the babies moved with them, wide-eyed and mostly quiet. It seemed so different from most babies in western cultures--these mothers weren’t constantly doing things to entertain the babies or to stop them from fussing. And the moms were out and about, laughing, socializing, shopping, working, hauling things--with both hands free!
Gracias por su visita / Thanks for visiting.