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Baby Slings

  1. How to Use a Baby Sling

    How to Use a Baby Sling

    Here at LTBN HQ we really love baby slings, and we know that lots and lots of you do too. In the context of baby carriers overall, ring slings are easy to use, great for both newborn snuggles as well and those quick up-and-downs with toddlers, plus they fold up nice and small to fit easily in a bag when you're out and about on the go.

     

    Ring slings are fairly versatile too - there are many carrying options with a ring sling. You can carry your baby in a ring sling in the following four ways:

     

    1. 1. a full front carry
    2. 2. a hip carry
    3. 3. an off-centre carry with a twist at the back
    4. 4.hip carry with shoulder flip & rings at the back.

     

    You can also (with

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  2. When Can Baby Face Out In The Ergobaby Omni 360?

    When Can Baby Face Out In The Ergobaby Omni 360?

    The Ergobaby Omni 360 Carrier is the Ergobaby Carrier that does everything. Ergobaby’s all-around carrier that has all the features you need. It can be used from newborn to toddler, it can be used in multiple carrying positions, it is made with premium materials and has premium features and award-winning designs. The Omni 360 is fully safety tested and credited as ‘Hip-Healthy’ by the Hip Dysplasia Institute.

     

    There are several versions of the Ergobaby Omni 360 carrier. All have the same awesome design features and each work, and can be used, in exactly the same way. They differ in te

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  3. Is the Ergobaby Omni Carrier Safe for Newborns?

    Is the Ergobaby Omni Carrier Safe for Newborns?

    The Ergobaby Omni 360 Baby Carrier is the Ergobaby Carrier that does everything. In terms of safety, it is unparalleled.

     

    The Ergobaby Omni is perfectly suitable for newborns. In fact, it was specifically designed to be used with newborns. The Omni doesn't need any additional infant inserts, or anything extra at all - it’s ready for your newborn when you take it out of the box.

     

    In terms of carrying position and ensuring the baby has a safe, secure position, after securing shoulder straps, always make sure the baby's bum is evenly centered in the carrier. Reach inside the carrier and rotate the baby's hips into a seated position, sinking the baby's bum deep into the c

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  4. Ergobaby Omni 360 Review

    Ergobaby Omni 360 Review

    The Ergobaby Omni 360 Baby Carrier is the Ergobaby Carrier that does everything.

     

    Ergobaby’s all-around carrier that has all the features you need. Newborn to toddler. All carry positions. With premium features and award-winning designs.

     

    What are the Different Types of Ergobaby Omni 360?

     

    There are several versions of the Ergobaby Omni 360 carrier. All have the same awesome design features, with a few key differences - mostly in terms of the type or style of fabric used:

     

    • Ergobaby Omni 360 Dream - made from 100% super-soft cotton.
    • Ergobaby Omni 360 Cool Air Mesh - made with mesh-type fabric for targeted airflow.
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  5. Baby Carriers Suitable for 1 Year Old

    Baby Carriers Suitable for 1 Year Old

    Which baby carrier is best for a 1 year old? Which carrier should I choose for a 1 year old? Ultimately, the best carrier for you is one that your little one and you both find comfortable.

     

    Choose a sling that you like - you're far more likely to use a sling or carrier that you love the look of. Whether it's a certain style, colour or pattern, choose the one you really love!

     

    1 year olds vary considerably - some are fairly mobile, on two feet some of the time. Others are not mobile at all and are content to engage with their world in other ways. No matter what stage your little one is at, and whether you're hanging out at home, or travelling with your family, they need mobility

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  6. Using a Baby Carrier When Travelling on a Plane

    Using a Baby Carrier When Travelling on a Plane

    The Best Baby Carriers for Travel

     

    If you’re planning to travel with your baby at all, then a baby carrier is a must! If your travel plans include going through an airport and plane travel, then this becomes an absolute necessity.

     

    Whether it’s your first time travelling with a baby or your hundredth, it's fair to say that travelling is stressful. There’s a lot to do, a lot to think about and a lot to remember. That’s why keeping your baby close, and having your hands free, is the only way to do it. And baby carriers work for babies of all ages, whether you're carrying a newborn, a young toddler, or an older t

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  7. How to Put on a Baby Wrap

    How to Put on a Baby Wrap

    Woven wraps are a beautiful way to carry your baby. They're a type of baby carrier that can be tied for front, back and hip carries, and if you've loved using a stretchy wrap for your newborn and young baby, then a woven wrap will allow you to continue wrapping with a larger, heavier baby, toddler and child.

     

    There is a ritual to wrapping; the cloth, the movements, the finish. It can seem daunting at the beginning - the long length of fabric, without structure, and yes, there is a learning curve with it, for sure. However, the lack of structure is exactly what makes a woven

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  8. Baby Carriers for a 2 Year Old

    Baby Carriers for a 2 Year Old

    There are many different baby carriers and toddler carriers, so how do you know which one to choose? The selection can seem daunting at first, but luckily we've got you covered with our in-depth guide.

     

    What is a Toddler Carrier?

     

    Carriers for a 2 year old are often carriers that are specifically designed to carry older babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Some baby carriers are even suitable for 2 year olds. Toddler carriers are bigger versions of baby carriers, that often have reinforced stitching and extra padding.

     

    Toddler carrying is very much the same as carrying a younger baby, such as in a carrier for younger babies (it's

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  9. Best Types of Baby Slings for Newborns

    Best Types of Slings for Newborns

    We've seen throughout this blog that humans have been carrying babies in slings throughout history.

     

    And that's because, simply, our babies expect to be carried, and we are made to carry them. Carrying our babies is normal.

     

     

    • Carrying your baby helps develop a secure mutual attachment.
    • It allows both parents, or indeed any caregiver, to develop a deep bond with baby.
    • It increases parental sensitivity to a baby's needs - you learn to interpret their noises and expressions so much quicker.
    • It simulates the sensations of pressure, motion, warmth and security of the womb.
    • Carrying your baby in a sling reduces their level of stress.
    • It can greatly
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  10. Baby Ring Sling Positions

    Baby Ring Sling Postions

    Here at LTBN HQ we really love ring slings, and we know that lots and lots of you do too. In the context of baby carriers overall, ring slings are easy to use, great for both newborn snuggles as well and those quick up-and-downs with toddlers, plus they fold up nice and small to fit easily in a bag when you're out and about on the go.

     

    Ring slings are fairly versatile too - there are many carrying options with a ring sling. You can carry your baby in a ring sling in the following four ways:

     

    1. a full front carry
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