Step 1. Find the middle of the wrap and place it in front of you.
Step 2. Bring the left side of the wrap around your back.
Step 3. Bring the fabric over your right shoulder and let hang in front
of you. Bring the right side of the wrap across your back to your left
Step 4. Now the wrap is crossed in the back, and you have both ends
hanging in front.
Step 5. Slide baby into the center pocket. Baby’s legs should
of the bottom (newborns may prefer to keep their legs in, folded in
front of them in froggy position).
Step 6. Pull on the two ends to tighten this around baby so baby is
held tightly against you. The wrap should be all the way under
bottom to the knees, forming a seat.
Step 7. Hold baby with one hand. With your other hand, grab the end of
the wrap on your right side, and pull across baby from baby’s
shoulder to right leg, then tuck under baby’s right leg.
baby’s leg, it should stay tight.
Step 8. Do the same with the fabric hanging over your left shoulder,
spreading it from baby's right shoulder, to baby's left knee, making
sure the fabric is also spread across baby's entire back and under
Step 9. Now tighten the whole wrap by grabbing both wrap ends in either
hand, jumping slightly to bounce baby’s weight off the wrap,
simultaneously pulling on both ends of the wrap to tighten everything
Step 10. And, finally, tie in the back at your waist.
Ready to go!
We nurse in this carry all the time. I just untie the knot, hold the
two ends, and bounce Ada lower, then retie with Ada a little higher
than breast level (she reaches down to nurse as older babies will).
When done nursing I untie, bounce and tighten until she is high enough
for me to kiss her forehead, then retie.