b a b y  w e a r i n g

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rails to form a deep seat for your baby. It is important that your baby's weight rests on his/her bottom and not on the legs. You will also want to be sure that the sling is kept snug, keeping you and your baby close. This will help to keep your child balanced and prevent the risk of him/her falling out of the sling.

 

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Hold your baby against the shoulder opposite the rings in a high burping position. Slide your ring side arm up between the sling and your chest to help guide your baby's legs. Using both arms, pass your baby's feet through the sling and seat him/her in the pouch. You can also hold the rail between your baby's leg and pull it upwards between you nd your baby to create a deep seat. Try to ensure there is no slack in the cloth at your back  before seating your baby.

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Once your baby is in, be sure the inner rail is supporting your baby's knees and he/she is deeply seated in the pouch. While lifting the outer rail to support the head and neck, tighten the sling by the outer rail side of the tail so your baby is snug and well supported.

 

To prevent the risk of your baby slipping and falling through the sling, it is important that your baby is seated with all of his/her weight supported on the seat (in the pouch) and legs elevated by the inner rail. Kind of like sitting on an inner tube. Please check that your baby's knees are elevated and supported by the inner rail. If they seem low or the inner rail is loose, tighten it up by pulling on the inner rail side of the tail.

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To prevent the risk of your baby slipping and falling through the sling, it is important that your baby is seated with all of his/her weight supported on the seat (in the pouch) and legs elevated by the inner rail. Kind of like sitting on an inner tube. Please check that your baby's knees are elevated and supported by the inner rail. If they seem low or the inner rail is loose, tighten it up by pulling on the inner rail side of the tail.

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