According to a recent website I visited, they claimed the Baby Bjorn Original Carrier is the best on the market for your infant. This carrier is designed to carry newborns rear-facing and forward-facing infants. As soon as the baby reaches 21 inches in height and weighs 8 pounds, they can ride in the carrier facing you. They are also very well designed for not only the infant but for the parent as well. The leg straps reduce the size of the leg openings (the leg openings should be used for babies under ten pounds). changing pad reviews The carrier also provides good head and neck support for your infant, and once your baby can hold her head up on her own, she can be faced forward.
Using a sliding buckle, the carrier will adjust to fit your baby weighing up to 25 pounds, approximately 2-1/2 years old. And the buckles are color-coded latches to easily adjust by yourself when it’s just you and the baby. And you can easily move a sleeping child from the carrier into the crib.
Child carriers date back to prehistoric times and are the oldest known method of transportation. Some of the benefits of ‘wearing your baby’ include: convenience – eating, cleaning, shopping, taking care of other children make it easier because both hands are free; aids in breastfeeding – many child carriers are designed for easy breastfeeding. Some infants feed better while moving; development and experience – studies show children spending time in carriers have improved visual and auditory alertness compared to children who are frequently left in the crib or on the floor; reduced crying – a study of 99 mothers showed that carrying a baby for at least three hours a day reduced crying and fussing by 43% during the day, and 51% at night.
Perhaps the nicest thing about Baby Bjorn baby carriers, baby slings, and front carriers is the close proximity between the child and the parent. It enhances the bond between the two, which children need to be happy and satisfied.