SEVEN BABY™ WRAPS | Instructions

PUTTING ON THE SEVEN BABY™ WRAP

Ensure comfortability and safety by following these simple instructions on the proper wear of your Seven Baby™ Wrap. In addition, please be sure to read the *additional safety tips at the bottom of this page.

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Choose a Hold/Carry Type


INSTRUCTIONS | THE CHERUB HOLD
( Newborn - 10 lbs )

Please consult with your healthcare provider prior to using the Seven Baby™ Wrap. Wrap with babies weighing 8 lbs or less. In addition, please be sure to read the *additional safety tips at the bottom of this page before using the Seven Baby™ Wrap.

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INSTRUCTIONS | THE BOND WITH YOUR BABY HOLD
(8 lbs - 35 lbs)

Please consult with your healthcare provider prior to using the Seven Baby™ Wrap. Wrap with babies weighing 8 lbs or less. In addition, please be sure to read the *additional safety tips at the bottom of this page before using the Seven Baby™ Wrap.

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*ADDITIONAL TIPS TO CREATE THE BEST BABYWEARING EXPERIENCE:


Once you are wearing your Seven Baby™ Wrap (see pgs. 1-2), the two overlapping pieces that cross in front of your chest should be snug against your body. Before placing your baby inside, test the wrap by pulling, then releasing each fabric section, to ensure they cling back against your body snugly. Do not leave any extra space or loose fabric. The fabric will properly stretch once you place your baby inside.

Before placing your baby inside the wrap, check the 'X' that is formed in front of your body to make sure the center of the 'X' crosses over the center of your chest. This will ensure you are carrying your baby at chest level and your baby is in 'kissable' distance.

Gently tuck your baby's head under the labeled section of fabric if your baby falls asleep. Be sure the fabric does not cover your baby's face and your baby has a clear and open airway. To ensure an open airway, always make sure your baby's head is parallel to the ground or slightly tilted upward.

Your baby will usually make you aware when they are ready to move on from the "Cherub" hold by stretching out their legs or feeling unsettled. Pay careful attention to these signs, because they indicate they are ready to move to the "Bond With Your Baby" hold.

Seven Baby™ Wrap relies on proper wrapping and tying rather than buckles or other attachments to secure it in place. It is important that you thoroughly read all the instructions and tips on how to use and put on the wrap before wearing your baby.

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