From what age is safe to hold a baby in a baby sling?

From what age is safe to hold a baby in a baby sling?

A baby sling – or some calls it baby kangaroo carrier – is a very comfortable wear for both babies and mums. The biggest benefit is that it frees up both hands and makes it easier to carry the baby’s body weight.

It is ideal for longer baby carrying periods.

The classic sling is a one-shouldered baby carrier made of soft fabric.
Some most models distribute the weight across both shoulders – they are the kangaroo types.

When used incorrectly, however, a baby sling can pose a suffocation hazard to an infant younger than age 4 months. So make sure you take extra care with smaller babies and READ the INSTRUCTIONS.

It is SAFE way to carry a baby (even if newborn), if you follow important safety guidelines.

A baby sling can be used with babies from birth up to 35 pounds (16kg), depending on the wearer and the exact type of baby sling.

Perfect for breastfeeding. Also your baby (even if it’s a newborn) can feel close to you when you are doing stuff around the house.

  • 97% cotton 3% spandex. Filling – 100% cotton.
  • Gentle cycle machine washable
  • Available in two adjustable sizes (Regular and Large).
  • Use one time or another.
  • Look like your new little black dress!

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