Using a ringsling with a newborn baby
With a flip at the back.
Ringsling: Kokadi Erna in Wunderland WCRS
Legs out, head supported, high enough to kiss, airways free!
Reason why I like the flipped back:
– easier to pull the toprail up high without it digging in your armpit
– more symmetrical positioning of your baby, because of the direction of the bottom rail.
Rucksack with a ‘newborn’ ( Emile is 5 months old )
I recommend to wait until your baby has good head control before you use the hipscoot
Practice over a bed/couch (soft landing spot)
Practice with a spotter (friend or partner)
Practice with a stuffed animal or doll first.
Contact a certified babywearing consultant if you need help!
(breast)feeding in a long woven wrap: Front Wrap Cross Carry tied at shoulder with a slipknot Easy to reposition for nursing / feeding. Make sure to master both breastfeeding and babywearing separately before combining both skills.
Wrap: Joy and Joe baby Cuddly Magenta
perfect wrap size for this carry: Base -1 or base -2 (size 4 or 5 in my case)
You can pre-tie this carry, perfect for quick ups and downs. It’s also easy to lower for nursing.
Wrap: Pop by Artipoppe Tiger black & gold size 4 (my base-2)