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How to Properly Use a Soft Structured Baby Carrier (Ergobaby, Mo+m Carrier, Beco Gemini, Boba, Baby Bjorn)
Seasoned moms have plenty of experience with different types of baby carriers. On your way to becoming seasoned, however, you may require assistance when figuring out the advanced technology that is the ergonomic baby carrier.
Here, I go over all of the carry styles that a soft structured, ergonomic baby sling was created to allow you to use. There are three carries:
- The Front Carry – Where your baby is facing you strapped to your torso.
- The Back Carry – Where you wear your baby like a backpack.
- The Hip Carry – Just like if you were carrying your baby on your hip normally, but strapped to you so you can use your hands (this one’s my favorite).
For those of you not aware of the benefits of wearing your baby, I’ll be sure to share more on that in the future, but for now I’ll let you ponder this thought. Every time you want to do anything, ANYTHING AT ALL, your baby will want you to hold her. This is a fact of nature. It is an innate ability that babies have to sense when mommy (or daddy) has something they need to accomplish. Their instinct kicks in that, in aiding the evolutionary process I guess, they need to help you learn to do it with ONE HAND!
Well, baby carriers like these help take a stand and give you your arm back. Two hands are better than one and now you can explore the wonders of being productive even though you have a child. Thus is the power of the baby sling.