Baby sling tying tutorials
Do you know how to tie properly a baby sling? Find out how to tie a wrap with newborns and babies on different baby positions.
Tummy to Tummy
The best position in a baby sling for newborns. It can be used since their very first days, as long as you wish. Tummy to Tummy is the best position to cuddle babies, toddlers and preschoolers.
Here's our tutorials on how to use a Baby Sling with a Front Carry:
Front Wrap Cross Carry (FWCC)
The best position to carry your baby heart-to-heart.
Front Cross Carry ( FCC )
A pre-tied version, the easiest woven wrap carry to pop baby in and out easily with no need to tie more than once.
Kangaroo Carry ( KC )
The perfect position for newborns, in particular those very tiny and light.
You can use this position since the baby is 3 months old and they begin looking around, so you can satisfy their curiosity and involve them into the daily activities.
Here's how to tie a wrap on hips:
Robin's Hip Carry (RHC)
A pre-tied position with a Ring Sling to tie the wrap only once and easily pop baby in and out.
Back Carry can be used since the baby is 6 months old, or since when the baby learns how to stay seated. Back Carry position is to be preferred especially when babies weigh 9 kilos or more, so not to put the carrier under strain.
Here's our tutorials on how to tie a Baby Sling on the back:
Rucksack Carry (RC)
The easiest way to carry on the back!
Double Hammock (DH)
Position with an extra support ideal for heavier kids.
During pregnancy & while breastfeeding
Did you know you can use a baby sling since your baby is in your belly? And then you can use it to breastfeed your little one?
Tie your belly
Using a baby sling during pregnancy can help soothe the ailments given by the weight of the belly and to distribute it evenly.
Breastfeeding with a sling
Using a wrap while breastfeeding is very useful especially when you don't have a proper place to feed your baby.
Do you know which is the best size for you to tie the sling into all the different positions? Check out ourSize Guide
How to use a ring sling with a newborn? Simply placing them tummy to tummy! This position can be used since birth to when you wish to, especially to cuddle your little one.
This position can be used since the baby turns 3 months old, and it is perfect to let infants looking around, so to satisfy their curiosity and involve them into everyday activities.
Pregnancy & Breastfeeding
Did you know you can use a ring sling even when you baby is in your belly? And that it can be used to breastfeed your little one?
Using a ring sling while expecting can help soothe the ailments given by the weight of the belly and to distribute it evenly.
Breastfeeding with a Ring Sling
Using a ring sling while breastfeeding is very useful, especially when you don't have a proper place to feed your baby.
BabyMonkey® Baby Wraps
Our Baby slings are your most comfortable choice, suitable to carry for several hours, from the baby's birth up to 18 kilos (39 lbs).