1 - Why carry your baby in a wrap?
2 - I was told that...
4 - Practical questions about babywearing
5 - Technical questions about carries and positions
6 - Positioning baby - physiology
7 - Safety concerns
The way the knees are spread changes as Baby grows up.- Before he reaches 3-4 months, Baby’s knees should be open as wide as his pelvis, with his ankles on the same axis as his knees. When you hold him in your arms you can see he snuggles on your chest: this is the most physiological position for him.
- At about 3-4 months, as Baby discovers new motor skills, he can grab his ankles and naturally open his pelvis, he can now «embrace» the wrapper with his knees.
- The wrapper’s body type is also important for the position.
The whole range of JPMBB's babycarriers -the physiological babycarrier PhysioCarrier, the Original JPMBB Baby Wrap, the Little Wrap Without A Knot, and the BASIC JPMBB baby wrap- is recognized as hip-healthy products for Baby by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute (IHDI).