*Our Wraps are safe and secure. Make sure to wrap the wrap tight, as tight as possible. Up until about 3 months keep Baby's legs' frogged in the newborn hold. Use the shoulder pieces to support newborn's head. Face baby's face out and up. You should be able to kiss your baby's head and see baby at all times. All wraps come with an instructional booklet. Pictures below are a referrence on how to tie the wrap. To tighten your wrap tug on ends as you tie your wrap. As you can see in the pictures below there are no gaps in the wrap it is tight against the body. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at any time.*
www.TheBabyWearer.com Wrap Instructions - Videos Tying the Wrap for Front Carries-Click HERE for a Video of Tying the Wrap. Basic Front Carry (shown with legs out - Click HERE for a Video of Basic Front Hold Removing your Baby from front carry video HERE
HIP HOLD Make sure both pieces are all over your baby's body while s/he is in the X
Wrap Instructions: Place decorative panel to your waist (if no panel find the Tag) and bring fabric behind your back.
Take each end of fabric and bring each end over the opposite shoulder. (Making an X in the back)
Take the ends of the fabric and place both of them under the front panel.
Then cross the fabric under the panel and again make an X.
Bring the fabric behind you and tie or if you have excess fabric bring it to the front of you and tie in front.
There you have it! I promise it gets easy!! Now that we know how to tie the wrap lets start with the Newborn front hold: Find the shoulder piece that is closest to your body. Place your baby on the opposite shoulder. Place your baby in the piece that is closest to your body. (Always support your baby’s head).
For the newborn hold, frog your baby’s legs up as in the fetal position. (Knees higher then butt). When your baby starts to stretch their legs out then you can try the Basic Front Hold.) Spread the fabric over your baby including his shoulders in the piece closest to you.
Bring the other shoulder piece over your baby’s entire body.
Last bring the front panel over your baby’s body! Great job!! You now have the option of bringing one of the shoulder pieces over your baby’s head for added support.
Removing your Baby from front carry video HERE Click HERE for a Video of Basic Front Hold