: Baby Slings And Your Baby - Ensuring Safety And Comfort
Written at 10:24 2012n Thursday 19 July 2012 by nolly.
Made of fabric (sometimes pleated or padded), slings normaly form an over the shoulder hammock for holding a young baby across your front in a semi reclined position, as you would naturally carry your baby. And, like a strap on carrier, it frees your arms. Many slings claim they can be adjusted to tote a baby up to 35 pounds.
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move your child lying down or upright, facing in or out. Some slings can also be worn with your baby on your back or hip. having an idea of Buying a sling for your baby? Here are the pluses and minuses of this kind of baby carrier.
Pros: Like a strap on carrier, a sling permits you to bypass areas where a stroller can not go, such as a grassy park or an escalator at a shopping mall. You will also fit better in overcrowded elevators. And wearing a sling with your baby can just make you feel good because you keep your baby close.
Cons: Baby slings can be dangerous. Over the last ten years, there have been some http://www.ergocarriersau.com/ergo-options-carrier.html
reports of serious injury associated with using sling type babies carriers, including skull fractures, head injuries, contusions, and abrasions, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. Most injuries occurred when the child fell out of the sling. There is also the possibility for a baby to choke when being carried in a sling in the head forward position.