Juraj Fehervari

Like most of us, my journey into the Babywearing world began when I became the father of my first child. I quickly realized that becoming a father is very exciting, but at the same time very demanding. It was a complete mix of experiments, like the first touch of my baby, the sleepless nights, see my wife breastfeeding, excited to come home after work to play with him, etc.

I had read about the parenting of attachment, I didn't know much about it at the time, but I knew it was the most natural way to connect to my baby, that's when my wife and I decided to buy our first rag. Which turned out to be one of the best decisions I've ever made. After a little chat to learn the basics about babywearing, how to entrapar with a woven cloth, the ergonomic position of the legs (M) and the safety instructions, I began to feel relatively confident.

I carried my baby on every occasion, it was a special experience for me. The connection and the bond I felt with my son was simply magical and it is difficult to express it in words. You have to be a father and a porter to feel it. Becoming a father has changed me deeply and realized that nothing in this world is more important to me than my family.

My wife and I wanted other parents, especially those who did not yet know the wonderful world of babywearing, to experience the same love and happiness as we do. So we started doing the babywearing consulting sessions, which soon became our hobby. And as they say, there is no better work than the one we really like to do-we start our first online retail business of baby carrier, made by popular brands like Tula, Kokadi, Fidella, etc.

While we were running our online business, I ran into a wonderful girl from my own town, Zilina, who made her own baby carriers. His story of being a paralysic former, mother of two children and also an entrepreneur was extremely inspiring to me and instinctively decided to join her to create our brand of baby carriers.

Since then we have lived the dream of having our own company BeLenka, which now has become synonymous with first-class baby-carrier and infant clothing. It was not easy to get here, but we said to each other that if we wanted to help people carry their precious baby, we would not compromise three important aspects: quality, design and safety. It is at this point that our company finds itself and I thank Lenka and my staff who made it possible.

Thank you for spending your precious time reading my babywearing story.

Juraj Fehervari