Slings, slings, and waist stools are safe to use and can “wear” your baby for spring outings.

When you are raising a baby at home, there will inevitably be times when you need to deal with something urgently, but you can’t let go of the baby in your hands. What should you do? At this time, smart mothers must have thought of the magic tool that can free their hands – a carrier. Its magic is mainly that it can do other things while ensuring that the baby does not leave the parent\’s body. Whether taking care of the baby at home or going out to play, this kind of item can not only relieve the burden on the shoulders and elbows of carrying the baby with bare hands, but is also very convenient and is deeply loved by mothers. However, there are all kinds of baby slings, slings and waist stools, and the prices of each brand vary by more than a hundred times. Today coincides with March 15th Consumer Rights Day, and DaodaoG will teach you how to choose a baby-carrying artifact scientifically! The difference between slings, slings and waist stools sling: you can understand it as a piece of cloth bag that can wrap the baby in it. There are two main types of slings, one is single shoulder type with loops, and the other is long back Towel (without ring). There are more ways to carry a long sling than a looped sling. Straps: Bags with buckles designed for ergonomic comfort. It has five functions: horizontal hold, front hold, forward-facing, face-to-face, and back-back. Generally, the carrier will have the above two functions. Waist stool: It is a small soft stool that can be stuck on the waist. Babies can sit on it. It has become very popular among young mothers in the past two years. Waist stools are generally divided into single waist stools, single shoulder waist stools and double shoulder waist stools. 3 types of stools. Sling, strap and waist stool. Suitable for ages 4 months and above. Horizontal hold: Available from birth; Vertical hold: 6 months and above. 6 months ~ 1 year old. Breathable. Breathable. Not very breathable. Not very breathable. Suitable for seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter, autumn and winter. Convenient and troublesome to use. It is convenient and convenient to use for a long time. Can the position be changed? It is easy and troublesome. How to choose slings, slings and waist stools. Regarding the choice of slings, slings and waist stools, the focus of everyone\’s consideration is still the age of the baby. • The bones of babies under 4 months old are too soft. If they are forced to sit in a circle, their bone development will be affected. At this time, you can choose a horizontal sling for your baby. • Babies aged 4 to 6 months can start using slings. The flexibility and comfort of slings are better than those of slings, but if mothers find slings troublesome and unsightly, they can choose horizontal hugging slings. • Babies 6 to 10 months old. Babies over 6 months old can sit up. At this time, the advantages of the upright sling are highlighted, such as being stable, labor-saving, simple and convenient, and having multiple functions. At the same time, waist stools and slings are also available as alternatives. • For babies over 10 months old, the size of the sling is no longer enough, making the baby uncomfortable and unstable when sitting on it. At this time, the most suitable choice is a waist stool. Some slings (upright type) with large load-bearing capacity can also be used. Things to consider when choosing slings, slings and waist stools Safety. The most important thing about any baby carrier is safety. The sling must be able to support and wrap the baby; the material of the sling and waist stool must be reassuring, so that even if the baby occasionally bites it, the baby will not be afraid of it, the load-bearing quality must be acceptable, and it must be sturdy and durable. Comfort. The carrier must be comfortable for both parents and baby, and must be well designed. The baby\’s weight should be borne by the adult\’s shoulders and hips, not the back and neck. All stress points should be padded, especially in the homeLong back and shoulders. flexibility. When choosing a carrier, you should also pay attention to whether it is easy to put on and take off. Babies always make many small movements. Parents may sometimes need to change positions as soon as they put the baby on them. At this time, the convenience of the carrier is crucial. Practicality. When choosing a carrier, you must consider whether it is really suitable for your baby and the environment in which it will be used. When purchasing a carrier, you can take your baby with you and choose a product that is more suitable for your baby. Otherwise, if you buy an impractical backpack and bring it home, it will be wasted. Precautions for using slings, slings and waist stools When using slings, make sure that parents can see the baby\’s face at all times, maintain a comfortable breathing position, the baby\’s neck is straight, and the chin is not pressed against the chest , and can respond appropriately when the baby needs it at any time. Check in the mirror every time after putting on the carrier to ensure that the baby\’s mouth and nose are not blocked by the carrier or the parent\’s body, causing air tightness. When using a carrier, if you need to pick up items on the ground, be sure to bend your knees and not your waist. Otherwise, your baby is likely to slip out of the carrier. Q&A for new parents (1) Will slings and slings cause bow-legged babies? Many parents are worried that when babies use slings and slings, their legs need to be spread too wide, which will affect leg development in the long run. In fact, the baby\’s natural leg shape is separated, that is, M-shaped. Starting from the time when the legs need to support weight when they learn to walk, they will slowly develop from the \”O\” shape into the normal straight legs of adults within a few years. At this time, if you forcibly straighten the baby\’s legs, it will cause harm to the baby, cause dislocation and affect the development of the hip joint. Therefore, when using a sling or sling to hold your baby, you must ensure that your baby\’s legs are as far apart as possible, forming an M-shaped frog-leg look. (2) Will holding the baby upright cause damage to the spine? What would it be like if you were asked to lie down and look at the ceiling or faces of people every day? Holding the baby vertically is a favorite position. It broadens the field of vision, allows the baby to see a larger and farther space, and can also stimulate the baby\’s cognitive development. The key point is to support the baby\’s head, neck and back well when holding it vertically. As long as the baby can breathe smoothly, there will be no problems. (3) Which one is better, a ring sling or a ringless sling? Compared with ring slings, ringless slings have a variety of operation styles and can adjust the posture according to needs, so they are welcomed by most mothers. However, ring slings are outstanding in terms of anti-slip performance, so everyone still needs to choose according to their own needs. (4) Can the baby carrier be carried cross-body? The straps you see on the market are usually carried on two shoulders, but some can also be carried on one shoulder. This is mainly when purchasing a sling. Pay attention to whether it can carry your baby cross-body. Not all slings can be operated in this way.

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