Video demo for Boba Wrap with newborn legs tucked in
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The Boba Wrap carrier is designed with just the right amount of elasticity, conforming perfectly to your body with no need for constant readjusting unlike less elastic baby wraps. When using the Boba Wrap to carry your newborn, toddler or even a preemie, the closeness and lull of your heartbeat with settle and calm your baby.
This video instruction shows you how to put a newborn old baby with no neck control into a Boba Wrap in an upright position with the baby's legs tucked inside the wrap. The Boba Wrap Upright Carry position is preferred by many babywearers because it keeps the baby very close to the chest where they can hear the adult's heartbeat. Most babies are therefore more easily comforted and sleeps better when there are put in the upright carry position. Another advantage of using the upright carry position with the Boba Wrap is that it helps to reduce reflux in babies after they feed. The tucked in position is particularly useful with babies that are very small and those that have their legs tucked very close to their bodies.