Gray Hybrid Wrap Baby Carrier | Lollie Wrap
Lollie Wraps are made of a cotton/polyester blend for the front, and a poly/spandex blend for the back.
Get ready to wear like a pro with this awesome hybrid wrap!! Easy as ONE, TWO, THREE!!
Place the triangle shaped piece on lower back, with the bottom edge sitting close to the natural waist, and the long tails of fabric draping over shoulders.
Cross the fabric tails over the chest and pull through the loop holes from front to back, crossing the tails on your right, first.
Do this with both tails of fabric
Take both fabric tails and tie them in a double knot IN FRONT of you. (DO NOT wrap them behind your back to tie as this will affect the functionality) creating an "X" for the baby to sit on. Fabric needs to be flat and snug across the body but not tight.
For term birth babies until approximately 4 weeks of age
Place baby high on the chest of the wearer's body. Keeping baby's knees tucked up under their body and legs together in the frog position, place the piece of fabric closest to wearer's body over baby's back and bum, spreading fabric completely over the baby's back and body, and creating a pouch in which to carry them.
While securely holding your baby with one hand, do the same with the outer piece of fabric from the opposite shoulder. Wrap and tie the scarf piece around both wearer and baby, making sure it is snug and spread across baby's back. extending from their knees up to their shoulders.
Place baby high on your chest. While holding baby securely with one hand, place the piece of fabric closest to your body over the baby first, extending over baby's shoulder, across baby's back and bum. Repeat this step with the remaining piece of fabric from the opposite shoulder. Spread fabric, making sure each piece is spread from knee to knee, with baby's bottom lower than their knees. Wrap and tie the scarf piece around both wearer and baby, making sure it is snug and spread across baby's back, extending from their knees up to their shoulders.
Mimics The Womb
You carried your baby inside for months, being swayed when you walk, smelling your smells, the sound of your voice, the beat of your heart.
When you wear your baby they are again comforted by your smell, your heartbeat, and the sway in your step.
When being worn, babies learn your cues on how to interact with others. They also get introduced to new foods and their smells.
Baby wearing helps increase milk supply by helping a nursing mom's prolactin levels to regulate
Doctors recommend keeping a baby with reflux in an elevated, upright position after feeding to help keep acid from their bellies from coming up into their throat.