"Wearing your baby" as an infant can help ease their transition into this big loud world by allowing baby to hear your heartbeat (as baby once did in womb) and feel warmth. Here's how to use a baby carrier, baby wrap or baby sling safely.
Get tips on how to position your sling here: http://healthycanadians.gc.ca/kids-enfants/infant-care-soins-bebe/slings-porte_bebes-eng.php?utm_source=pinterest_hcdns&utm_medium=social&utm_content=Mar6_BabySling_ENG&utm_campaign=social_media_14
Baby sling tips for ring slings worn tummy to tummy - http://www.sakurabloom.com/pages/linen-silk-collections/ ----- definitely try and find on ebay orrr put it on the baby shower registry--oh, such a good idea! :)
When placing your baby in the Kangaroo hold, baby’s knees should to be tucked to tummy in a “froggy style” position. A simple rule is to keep baby’s legs in the shape of the letter “M”, with baby's bottom making the dip in the middle of the letter and baby’s knees making the two peaks.