How do I wear my baby in this?
You must consider each layer of the wrap to be another layer of clothing. So when your indoors you can take full advantage of skin to skin contact and have your baby only in her nappy, straight on to your bare skin if possible!
Also your heat will keep her that little bit warmer anyway, so its probably best to let her go natural!
When out and about in the summer you can keep baby in just a layer of clothing, depending on the temperature. You will be able to gauge whether they need to be warmer or cooler very quickly.
When out in the winter, please do not put a snow suit on your child. Your body warmth will be keeping baby warm, as well as the wrap and their clothes.
If you gave birth in the winter you will most likely be able to wrap your maternity coat around the both of you!
It’s honestly not.
The first time you tie the wrap and pop your baby in you will need to follow the instructions, by the second and most definitely the third time we guarantee that you will be able to do it with your eyes closed!
Not if you wrap it correctly. Make sure that you follow the instructions and safety guidelines, and you will feel totally secure.
No. Research suggests that the more attached a child is to his caregivers, the more secure he will be in future relationships and the more confident he will be.
Read more about benefits of sling wearing and research here.
Yes, we have been asked this before!
Wraps and slings are for anybody who wishes to keep their baby close while getting on with life.
They are especially valuable for anybody with preterm babies as the skin-to-skin contact can actually accelerate weight gain and discharge from hospital.
What happens when you normally fall?
Never do you land straight on your face; your hands will always instinctively come out to break the fall. Wearing a sling can actually be safer than prams in many instances – while crossing busy roads and carrying the pram up and down stairs to name a couple.
I give you 24 hours and I promise your wrap will be perfect!
It just takes a couple of tries, as does anything.
A suggestion would be to start tighter and higher, and after moving around for a little while the fabric will all adjust and loosen a little anyway.
If its still too tight, loosen (not untie) the knot, let a little fabric through, tighten knot again, then work this excess fabric through the wrap to make it a little more comfortable.