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Let's master the 3 basic holding steps!

Newborn babies are held on their sides! Three easy steps

Newborn babies are held on their sides! Three easy steps

Carry me! PointIf the bag is large, such as during the newborn period, you can adjust it by spreading a bath towel. The legs should be bent in a natural M-shape.
Snuggle the shoulder straps and lift the baby up through your arms. Adjust the length of the sling so that the baby is in front of your chest as if you were carrying it by hand.PointPull your baby up with the head firmly supported.
Formed and finished. Spread the shoulder straps and move them slightly outside of your shoulders (towards your arms) to distribute the weight and make it more comfortable. PointShoulder straps can be shifted slightly outward (toward the arms) for ease of use.
First of all, the basic "yoko-hugging". It's a safe way to hold a newborn from the time he or she is born to the time he or she sits down.

Carrying a baby vertically & Carrying the baby in the hip position! 3 easy steps

When the baby can hold up it's own head, Carrying a baby vertically & Carrying the baby in the hip position! 3 easy steps

The person carrying the baby should be strapped over their head and spread out properly so that the shoulder straps do not come loose. PointThe shoulder straps should be placed on the outside of the baby's shoulders to reduce fatigue.
PointThe deepest part of the bag is the seam where the cloth is sewn together.
Make sure your baby's wipes are at the bottom seam, wrap the inner cloth from wipes to knees, and wrap the outer cloth from wipes to back.PointPlease spread your baby's legs out of the bag in an M-shape so that they are on your hipbone. It's easier for the baby when both legs are spread wide apart.
When she can hold her head, "hold her up". You can see the outside of the house while being carried in the safety of the baby.

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