WRAP FOR HANDS FREE

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This amazing baby sling carrier can be used in various ways. It allows you to keep your baby protected while being able to keep your hands free.

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Now you can go shopping, climb stairs, hold a second child by the hand or do the housework while keeping your angel safe and relaxed.

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You can simply pull up the front of the wrap and breastfeed with utmost privacy. Moreover, it can be used as a changing blanket or a pram cover too.

We care about you & your baby’s journey. Together we’ve created a soft wrap with the perfect support that provides a comfortable feeling for both, so you can share special moments together.

One-size fits versatility with a number of carrying styles

  • For all baby-carriers.
  • Use from birth to 16kg.

 

Perfect material & Durable

  • Soft & Lightweight
  • Stretchy & Sturdy
  • Machine washable

Comfortable

  • Provides stability for your child and freedom for you.
  • Takes the strain off your arms and shoulders.

                                                                                                                                  

Recommendations:

  • Until baby’s neck is strong enough to hold its head up on its own, baby’s head and neck should be properly supported by our BabyBino wrap.
  • Avoid back carry positions for new born babies.
  • New Born Baby’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. This is the best, most correct and most desirable position for baby born. As if your arms would hold him.
  • Keep chin away from chest.

Benefits of using a sling or wrap carrier

People the world over have always figured out ways to carry their babies hands-free. African women would wrap their babies on their backs with a simple piece of fabric, Korean women used a blanket with long ties, Eskimo women had a special coat that their child could nestle into in the back, with a big hood both mom and baby could share, and native American women had the famous papoose board that they wore as a backpack…

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