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Baby Slings: How-To Guide - Tummy to Tummy Carry

Wearing Your Sling Front Cradle Carry Kangaroo Carry Hip and Back Carry

Wearing your Baby Tummy to Tummy:

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This is the position you will use for the longest period. Lower your baby into the pouch with your baby's legs straddling your hip or straight on facing you for the tummy to tummy. Your baby's butt should rest on the inner edge of the pouch. Make sure the lower edge of fabric is thoroughly covering baby's butt and thighs, with the lower edge of binding in the crease of his knees. His calves and feet will be sticking out of the bottom of the pouch. Then pull the upper edge of fabric/binding up his back and under his arms. Some babies like the fabric pulled over their shoulders-this works well for discrete nursing. In order to keep pressure from the binding off of your baby's legs, please ensure that your baby's butt is being worn several inches below the crook of his knees. It also helps to "fold" the sling back down over your shoulder. This helps keep the top rail tight and secure around your baby (see picture). The only difference between the tummy to tummy and the hip carry is the position of the baby on you.




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