Antonín Nnavrátil

Antonín Nnavrátil

Antonín Nnavrátil
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Bartolomé González y Serrano (1564–1627) Portrait of the children of Philip III of Spain (Ferdinand, Alfonso and Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain (1584–1611) 1612

Bartolomé González y Serrano (1564–1627) Portrait of the children of Philip III of Spain (Ferdinand, Alfonso and Margaret of Austria, Queen of Spain (1584–1611) 1612

The Infants Don Alfonso Caro and Doaa Ana Margarita, c. 1613-1614  Bartolomé González y Serrano

The Infants Don Alfonso Caro and Doaa Ana Margarita, c. 1613-1614 Bartolomé González y Serrano

17th century rocking cradle.

17th century rocking cradle.

1504 Jacopo de' Barbari, Man with Cradle and Jug (Man met wieg en kruik)

1504 Jacopo de' Barbari, Man with Cradle and Jug (Man met wieg en kruik)

Crib and domestic scene from Oxford Bodleian Douce 276

Crib and domestic scene from Oxford Bodleian Douce 276

19th C Jacobean style English cradle dated 1685 on the front of the cradle

19th C Jacobean style English cradle dated 1685 on the front of the cradle

V&A Swaddling Band made from embroidered linen, 1700-1750

V&A Swaddling Band made from embroidered linen, 1700-1750

http://bjws.blogspot.ca/2014/03/my-favorite-children-with-gardens-1500.html

http://bjws.blogspot.ca/2014/03/my-favorite-children-with-gardens-1500.html

if i dressed my child like this...:)  Anne of Austria, Infanta of Spain

if i dressed my child like this...:) Anne of Austria, Infanta of Spain

1700-1750 baby walker at the Victoria & Albert Museum.  In the 18th century, crawling was seen as an animalistic behaviour, so parents would put their babies in walkers to encourage them to start walking as soon as possible.  My guess is that the walkers would also have prevented newly-mobile children from getting too close to dangerous areas like the fireplace.

1700-1750 baby walker at the Victoria & Albert Museum. In the 18th century, crawling was seen as an animalistic behaviour, so parents would put their babies in walkers to encourage them to start walking as soon as possible. My guess is that the walkers would also have prevented newly-mobile children from getting too close to dangerous areas like the fireplace.