“There are so many advantages of baby wraps. The wrap adjusts perfectly to the baby and there are so many wrapping techniques for everyone to find their favourite.”
Bonding between Mama, Papa and Baby
Freedom of motion
Baby Wrap vs. Baby Carrier
a rounded back and squatted legs (this is called frog-leg position). Therefore, your baby feels most comfortable in the kangaroo or cross wrap, since these positions are most similar to the time before birth. Only in the course of the first year your baby’s spine will be slowly erect.
“A baby wrap always adjusts to the baby’s back. The soft fabric supports a rounded back so that the baby doesn’t have to hold it on its own.”
Baby wearing class
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“Most important is that your baby is in the frog leg position. In this position the hips and joints are equally supported. Moreover, the cloth shouldn’t irritate your baby’s soft skin. Your shoulders and neck shouldn’t hurt. Make sure your baby sits in the perfect height to give him/her a kiss on the head!”
Can my baby breathe properly?
Which size do I need?
|On the hip||Up to size 44||Up to size 44||Up to size 44||Up to size 44|
|On the stomach||Up to size 38||Up to size 44||Up to size 44||Up to size 44|
|On the back||Up to size 38||Up to size 44||Up to size 44||Up to size 44|
Which clothes should my baby wear?