Baby Ring sling carrier delicately organized baby carrier. Get your hands free to run or finish tasks around the house
This baby ring sling carrier allows you to carry your newborn in the same position they have assumed in the initials times, making it easy to make eye contact and see your baby’s face, whilst still giving you the freedom to bond and fall in love over and over again. Carrying your baby is very important, especially in the early days, as your baby gets used to their new surroundings. Later when they are ready to explore the world around them, your baby can sit upright and look out of the sling. Our wish is that your sling will help you and your baby experience the joys of baby wearing.
Carry your infant in the Baby Ring Sling Carrier the same way that you would in your arms – supported, snug and aligned. By mimicking the way you naturally carry your infant you will find:
• Infant’s preferred carrying position
• A hold that is soothing and calming for infant and wearer
• Decreased back strain on the wearer
• Infant in a correctly aligned position
Benefit for using Baby Ring sling carrier
- Develop strong emotional bonds: Constant stimulation with the flexibility and freedom to go where you want and get things done.
- Baby carriers place baby in the optimal position: High on the mommy’s chest and close enough to kiss. This is extremely important in any environment or daily use
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Age and weight guidelines
• Age and weight are only a guideline. Depending on your own and your baby’s size,
you may carry your child more or less than indicated. The sling can be used from
birth up to 35lbs/15kg (2-3 year old).
• Never use this sling for a preterm infant without seeking the advice of a healthcare
• Preemies, low birth weight newborn’s, babies with an upper respiratory infection, low
muscle tone, or GERD should be carried in an upright position and should NOT be
held in a horizontal (cradle, hammock) position across the wearer’s chest.
The child’s position and yours The baby should be close enough to kiss so that you just need to tilt your head forward to kiss his forehead. His bottom should not be lower than your navel. If he is too low, your back will ache. The sling needs to be tied more tightly than you would expect. The
fabric has enough “give” in itself to mould around you and your baby.
If your back is aching, it’s probably not tight enough. We support and subscribe to the
T.I.C.K.S method of babywearing.
TIGHT – slings and carriers should be tight enough to hug your baby close to you as
this will be most comfortable for you both. Any slack/loose fabric will allow your baby
to slump down in the carrier which can hinder their breathing and put strain on your
IN VIEW AT ALL TIMES – you should always be able to see your baby’s face by simply
glancing down. The fabric of a sling or carrier should not close around them so you
have to open it to check on them. In a cradle position your baby should face upwards
not be turned in towards your body.
CLOSE ENOUGH TO KISS – your baby’s head should be as close to your chin as is comfortable.
By tipping your head forward you should be able to kiss your baby on the
head or forehead.
KEEP CHIN OFF THE CHEST – a baby should never be curled so their chin is forced onto
their chest as this can restrict their breathing. Ensure there is always a space of at
least a finger width under your baby’s chin.
SUPPORTED BACK – in an upright carry a baby should be held comfortably close to the
wearer so their back is supported in its natural position and their tummy and chest are
against you. If a sling is too loose they can slump which can partially close their airway.
(This can be tested by placing a hand on your baby’s back and pressing gently – they
should not uncurl or move closer to you.) A baby in a sling should be positioned carefully
with their bottom in the deepest part so the sling does not fold them in half pressing their chin
to their chest. Never wear the sling while driving or being a passenger in a motor vehicle.