Ring Sling –T2T and Hip Carry
Mei Tai
Soft Structured Carrier
Wraps
Wrap
Hip Dysplasia
Say NO to Sling Bag
Say NO to Sling Bag
Correct positioning <ul><li>Legs in ‘M’ position </li></ul><ul><li>High and snug in any carrier </li></ul>
Correct positioning
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  • 1- fwcc 2- rucksac 3-double hammock 4- kangaroo
  • ensure the middle marker is at the middle of baby&apos;s back. toss and adjust wrap to avoid entanglement. tuck wrap under baby&apos;s bum from knee to knee. tuck away to ensure a deep pocket for baby&apos;s seat and to avoid butt popping out/butt poppage. tighten upper rail, bring one side to front and kepit between wearer&apos;s knees/thighs. bring one rail above the baby&apos;s knee on the same side, and under on the other side/cross pass. and switch the end yg dikepit.
  • Here&apos;s an excellent image of how babies should be positioned to avoid hip dysplasia! Avoid carriers &amp; tying methods that do not provide your child with knee to knee support in the spread-squat position.
  • There have been several cases of reported infant  deaths  from use of this type of carrier, which have caused of such carriers to be recalled from the US market. These death cases have brought together all babywearers advocates around the world to emphasize on the safety of babywearing. Point to highlight: 1- the design make baby too curled. Chin touch the chest. Causing baby to work harder to breath. 2- the design is triangle, means pouch fabric is very close to the side of baby’s face. Even if baby move, its keep touching the baby’s face. Can lead to suffocating. 3- the Sling bag is deep and sag (with baby inside). Parents hardly can monitor the baby. Even if baby is having difficulty to breath, parents unaware. Fabric cover the baby.
  • There have been several cases of reported infant  deaths  from use of this type of carrier, which have caused of such carriers to be recalled from the US market. These death cases have brought together all babywearers advocates around the world to emphasize on the safety of babywearing. Point to highlight: 1- the design make baby too curled. Chin touch the chest. Causing baby to work harder to breath. 2- the design is triangle, means pouch fabric is very close to the side of baby’s face. Even if baby move, its keep touching the baby’s face. Can lead to suffocating. 3- the Sling bag is deep and sag (with baby inside). Parents hardly can monitor the baby. Even if baby is having difficulty to breath, parents unaware. Fabric cover the baby.
  • There are three essential aspects of positioning in a baby carrier. Baby&apos;s legs should always be in a frog position , bottom down knees up, straddling you, with legs up at a 90° angle to the spine.  (except for in cradle carries) This is the best , most correct and most desirable position for baby. Baby should be high and snug in any carrier. A good baby carrier will mimic the way you hold baby naturally in your arms.
  • There are three essential aspects of positioning in a baby carrier. Baby&apos;s legs should always be in a frog position , bottom down knees up, straddling you, with legs up at a 90° angle to the spine.  (except for in cradle carries) This is the best , most correct and most desirable position for baby. Baby should be high and snug in any carrier. A good baby carrier will mimic the way you hold baby naturally in your arms.
  • Babywearing shida2

    1. 1. Ring Sling –T2T and Hip Carry
    2. 2. Mei Tai
    3. 3. Soft Structured Carrier
    4. 4. Wraps
    5. 5. Wrap
    6. 6. Hip Dysplasia
    7. 7. Say NO to Sling Bag
    8. 8. Say NO to Sling Bag
    9. 9. Correct positioning <ul><li>Legs in ‘M’ position </li></ul><ul><li>High and snug in any carrier </li></ul>
    10. 10. Correct positioning

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