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.
Have you always worn your baby a lot and suddenly your child is dissatisfied in the carrier? If your baby is 3-4 months old, your child will make a big developmental leap, it will gradually
improve its eyesight and will now see everything in the distance. Your child now wants to see more of his surroundings and is restricted in the view, when worn forward.
You can now wear your child on the hip or on your back, so that your child can see more and is still close to you.
If your child is a bit older and able to walk, he wants to get to know the world in every detail, turn every stone around and admire every flower. Let your child have the time to explore everything. If he is tired, he will be happy to be worn and enjoys the closeness and security with you. Often, older babies also have periods, when they do not want to be worn for a few months and then have a longer babywearing period again. This varies from child to child.