Learn how to safely wear your baby in our carrier and baby wrap.

Safe Baby Positioning

NEWBORNS 7-18 LB

A 2ND WOMB FOR THE 4TH TRIMESTER

Guidelines for Healthy Hips

Feet In  |  Feet Out  |  M - Postion

The 'M-Position'

Legs should be held in the 
M-Position recommended by the Hip Dysplasia Institute.

In the first weeks, keep feet in the 'nest' so baby is in a fetal postion.

TINY BABY BOOST

(for newborns under 9 lb.) Fold the top edge of the front ‘wing’ down over your baby’s back and bum. This will boost your baby higher on your chest, and expose your baby’s face.

Safe Napping

Falling asleep with your baby in your arms isn't  safe unless you can be sure that when you wake up your baby is still heart to heart with you!

Safe Napping Guidelines:
・Prop yourself up at least 45 degrees (never flat).
・Lean back so your baby’s weight is resting on your body.
・Follow our Safe Baby Positioning Instructions.
・Always move your baby to the upright, mid-line position after nursing,

⚠︎ Warning: Not recommended for anyone taking medication that inhibits normal sleep/wake responses.

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