Wearing Wednesday

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Just say NO!

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PAXbaby structured backpack improper positioning

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Thanks to PAXbaby #5 for falling asleep while your daddy did lawn work!  You provided a great learning lesson while being worn in a structured framed backpack – improper spine positioning, dangling legs, unsupported head!  My poor lil fella woke up with his feet asleep and an unhappy face!  Please help your baby to be comfortable in your carrier of choice by providing a comfortable place to sleep (your shoulder or chest!), keeping their legs in the proper M position, and an ergonomic upright position!  For toddler babywearing, the Beco Butterfly II, Manduca, BabyHawk Oh Snap!, or the Boba are PAXbaby’s best baby carrier recommendations for your heavy baby!

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*happy babywearing*

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2 thoughts on “Wearing Wednesday

  1. So if you need to use a structured carrier (we have a Kelty FC3) how do you make it right? We like to use it when we’re hiking, snowshoeing, and skiing.

  2. Backpack carriers are great for storage while hiking etc, but you want to keep baby’s body in an ergonomic position as best you can! Tuck baby’s feet into the waistband to maintain the M positioning while seated (instead of having dangling legs) and bring a travel pillow or roll a blanket to support baby’s head for an impromptu nap!!!

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