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Tutorials Baby Wrap Sling
- Wrap Cross Carrying Position
- Variation on the Wrap Cross Carrying Position
- Kangaroo Carrying Position
- Cross Carry
- Double Cross Carrying Position
- Hip Carrying Position
- Variation on the Hip Carrying Position
- Poppins Hip Carry
- Hip Cross Carrying Position
- Kangaroo Hip Carrying Position
- Rucksack Carrying Position
- Back Wrap Cross Carrying Position
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With your DIDYMOS wrap sling, DidySling, or Didy Meh-Dai (DidyTai), you’re fully equipped for everyday life with your baby! Whatever your child’s age, your tying ability, or your schedule for the day, there’s a carrying method to suit you. Each DIDYMOS baby carrier comes with its own guide, which you can also find here, along with videos and illustrated, printable PDFs. As you’ll see, you’ll want to try out different ways of tying the carriers as you become more experienced and your child grows. We hope you enjoy finding out which carrying positions are best for you and your child.
Please read the safety instructions before tying the baby wrap sling.
One DIDYMOS sling – so many options
Upright across the chest from birth
From birth, even for the tiniest ones: wrap cross carrying position
For more experienced parents: variation on the wrap cross carrying position
Ideal for dozing off and sweet dreams: kangaroo carrying position
You can be sure your newborn is in the best position if you can kiss her head while carrying her upright across your stomach.
If you carry your child on your front, he or she should be able to look at you – belly to little belly, so to speak. Her legs should be bent, with knees at around the level of her belly button, head well supported, and back slightly rounded.
Sideways on the hip from eight to ten weeks onwards
The traditional carrying position: on the hip
The practical alternative: variation on the hip carrying position
Another great hip alternative: Poppins hip carry
The hip alternative with a view: hip cross carrying position
In the hip pouch: kangaroo hip carrying position
Are you looking for ways to carry your child in your short sling? Then the traditional on-the-hip position is perfect for you. Alternatively, you can purchase a couple of sling rings and turn it into a ring sling.
On the back from three months
Ideal for outings with your child: rucksack carrying position
For smaller adventurers too: back wrap cross carrying position
Supported by a wide band of fabric across the chest: double hammock carrying position
Always wrap your child up particularly warm during the cold months of the year if carrying her on your back, and check her feet regularly to make sure they’re still warm. The DIDYMOS babywearing jacket provides special protection against the elements for both of you, while the BabyDos provides that protection for your child.
WARNING Be careful when bending down and moving forward or sideways.
WARNING Make sure your child's chin is not resting on their chest as this can cause breathing problems and suffocation.
WARNING Always monitor your child and make sure their mouth and nose are clear.
WARNING Seek advice from a health professional in advance if you want to use this product for premature babies, low birth weight babies and children with medical conditions.
WARNING Ensure that your child is sitting in the correct ergonomic position so that he/she is safe in the carrier.
IMPORTANT Only use the sling for one child at a time.
This sling is not suitable for use during sporting activities such as cycling, skiing or jogging.
Your child's movement, as well as your own, can affect your sense of balance.
Be careful when cooking or cleaning or doing other activities that involve heat sources or chemicals.
Check the fabric and stitching regularly before each use.
Ensure that your child is only carried in a position facing you.
Please keep your sling out of the reach of children when not in use.