Know how to use the different baby carrying positions

 
Front Carrying Parent Facing
The perfect carrying position for newborns and older babies who want to snuggle! Whether they can’t sleep, are teething or just need to cuddle, this is the best position to keep your little one close to you, from birth up until 36 months. It enables a correct spread-squat position for optimal ergonomics & comfort for both you and your baby. 

This carrying option is provided by:
Front Carrying Parent Facing Baby Carrier
Back Carrying Parent Facing
Is your little one older than 5 months, getting curious and ready to go on adventures? Then it’s time to carry your baby on your back! This carrying option is just as ergonomic and safe, but allows them to look around more and still stay close to you. Having your baby on your back also means more freedom of movement for you, especially when your child gets bigger. 

This carrying option is provided by:
Back Carrying Parent Facing Baby Carrier
Hip Carrying Parent Facing
This seating position is perfect if your baby is getting curious and ready to discover the world, but you don’t want to carry them on your back yet. It is a safe, ergonomic and comfortable position that can be used from birth up until 36 months. 

This carrying option is provided by:
Hip Carrying Parent Facing Baby Carrier
Onbuhimo Parent Facing
This traditional Japanese baby carrying style is ideal for little toddlers who like to hop on and off your back during walks! By removing the waistbelt, you get a light and compact baby carrier to use when your little adventurer gets tired during expeditions. While it is generally used for back carrying, you can also use it for front carrying if your little one needs snuggles. 

This carrying option is provided by:
Onbuhimo Parent Facing