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
You should use carries in which the fabric goes UNDER Baby’s thighs, and not BETWEEN them,
such as the Front Carry, Double Hammock Style (front PWCC) or asymmetrical positions: Off-Center Front Carry or Vertical / Seated Cradle.
This way, there are no risks of overspreading Baby’s legs.
For a Baby younger than 3-4 months, the knees should be bent and always be lined up with the width of his pelvis when he’s froglegged in the wrap.
This is how Baby should be positioned under the wrap :
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).