Fold the pouch into itself to make a 2 layer tube. Find the curved-seamed end. This will be at your hip and toward the front. Put the folded edge over your head and rest it on your opposite shoulder. The curved, padded end should be down, directly under the opposite breast from your shoulder. The open side of the tube should be facing UP.
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European Union. B: Red Arrow — Located on inside of pouch next to caution label. D: Good Fit Zone — Pouch should sit at belly button or slightly below. Out of the package, the Hotslings AP fits the largest in our caregiver size range.
To make the pouch smaller, pull the straps through the buckles. Without baby in sling, check for correct fit by placing the pouch on your shoulder red arrow against your body, pointing toward your neck.
If pouch is too loose or too tight, take baby out of pouch and adjust slightly by pulling the straps through the buckles until you have a good fit. If pouch is fully extended or fully collapsed and does not fit, please contact customer service for a solution.
Semi-Reclined Carry — 3,6 kg — 4 Months 1. Put pouch on shoulder. Lower him bottom first, sliding his back down your front. Baby should be between the two layers of fabric. Now cradle his head with the side of the sling.
Baby should sit semi-reclined. Front Carry — 2 — 8 Months 1. Put pouch on desired shoulder. Find the pouch opening. The seam should be in front of baby. Baby may be facing forward or sideways. Head support should not be necessary at this stage.
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