When you carry your toddler, you probably hear from your family, your friends or even from strangers that your kid is slowly becoming too tall to carry. Phrases like: You spoil your child. He will not want to walk later. Or is he not too heavy for you? Many of you will know.
But how long can you actually carry
your child? At what age is the wearing
time over? Read more
Do you want to wear your baby from birth on? In this blog post we give you tips on how to choose a baby carrier for a newborn.
WHICH BABY CARRIER IS THE BEST?
There are many different baby carriers on the carrier market right now and it's difficult to choose the right one, than you start with babywearing. Therefore, here is a small overview of the different carrying systems, based on the different Huckepack baby carriers.
In all the mentioned carriers, your child is sitting in the recommended squat-spreading posture, the patterns of the back panels are identical to Full Buckle, Half Buckle, Mei Tai, Wrap Tai and Onbuhimo.
The difference lies in the straps and waist belts.
BABYWEARING IN THE WINTER
Even in the autumn and winter you can cuddle with your baby, close to your body, in a baby carrier. Your child will be warmed by your body temperature, a temperature compensation will take place
and you will keep each other warm.
Nevertheless, there are a few things you should keep in mind. We would like to give you some tips for babywearing in the cold season.
MY BABY DOES NOT LIKE THE CARRIER
It has been scientifically proven, that babies being worn, are crying much less. But are there babies, who do not want to be worn? This is the question young parents ask themselves, when they put their newborn baby in a wrap or baby carrier and the baby starts to cry and tries to push himself out of the carrier. Is it really because your baby does not want to be worn or can it have other reasons? In this article we would like to address these questions.