Newbie Love Features: The Newbie Love Organic Baby Wrap is a great way to keep your little one close, feeling snug and secure. The ultimate in hands free support this wrap is made of soft organic fabric that provides the ideal amount of flexibility and supportive comfort.
Designed to be worn during the day to keep your baby in a safe and secure cuddle position that is comfortable for both parents and child. The wrapping style enables you to achieve a customised fit no matter the size of the carrier and growing baby and offers a hands free living – as baby journeys through the day with you.
Ergonomic Support: The wrapping style, keeping them close and both parent and child in an upright ergonomic position – evenly distributes babies weight and reducing the twisting of the spine and shoulder strain that is so common from carrying your child – ;leading to more opportunities for closeness and connection.
The Patented Newbie love pillow provides additional support for your baby whilst still growing and developing effective neck control particularly needed in the newborn to 4-6 months stage.
Easy Care: Cold Machine wash with mild detergent. Dry in Shade away from direct sunlight or Gentle tumble Dry. Do not iron, bleach or dry clean.
Endorsement: Endorsed by the Australian Physiotherapy Association. Endorsed by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute as a Hip Healthy Product.
Safety: Ensuring the safe positioning and carrying of your baby is an important priority for parents at all times.
Always follow the manufacturers safety and User instructions. We recommend practicing in front of a mirror several times to gain confidence prior to positioning your baby in the wrap. Once you have mastered the simple but effective tying then you will feel comfortable to use this effectively with your little one.
- Please refer to the Manufacturers Guidelines for appropriate weight and safety guidelines.
- Please ensure that you follow the TICKS Guidelines for safety when carrying your infant
TICKS Safety Guideline Chart – used with permission of the UK Sling Consortium