General Safety Rules

Before using the product for the first time, always read the instructions carefully.
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  • Before each use, thoroughly check the seams and the fabric.
  • Do not use the carrier when the baby is not cooperating.
  • Use an appropriate carry for your baby's age.
  • Do not use the carrier for wearing other objects/animals.
  • Do not wear your baby in a carrier while doing activities that are dangerous (using/being around a stove, sharp objects, flammable substances, etc.) or harmful for your baby (running, jogging, etc).
  • Regularly check your baby's breathing and if she is getting enough air. For babies that can't hold their head up, carefully check the baby's position so that there is always room for two fingers between her chin and her chest. The curled tight chin to chest position can partially close the baby’s airway and it is very dangerous for a newborn that cannot move her head or signal the distress. 
  • We do not recommend using the back carry position on babies younger than 12 months. If you really want to try a back carry, make sure that you always have someone present while you put the baby in the carrier, until you master doing the carry safely on your own. We also recommend trying the back carry over the bed.
  • Until you are confident/experienced enough, always support your baby with one hand.
  • Always support your baby with one hand when you bend down.
  • Generally, when a baby is uncomfortable or in need of something, she signals by crying or agitation. Respond to tour baby's needs!
Always carry your baby in the same position she is when you hold her comfortably in your arms. If her legs are curled up and crossed, carry her in a sling or wrap with the legs in. If her legs are spread, carry her with her legs out, no matter how old she is.

Always check there is room for two fingers between her chin and her chest. The curled tight chin to chest position can partially close the baby’s airway, leading to decreased oxygen saturation and positional asphyxiation. 

For any questions, don't hesitate to contact us.