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Back Position

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Make sure the sling is not loose. You can adjust the sling after you position the baby, but you don’t want the sling to be too loose while moving the baby to your back.
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Place the rings behind your shoulder on your back. You might need to practice a couple times to find a perfect position of the rings so that when you move the baby to your back the rings end up right under your shoulder.
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Take your baby and put her/him in a hip position. Make sure that the top edge of the sling is not lower than the baby’s armpits. For younger babies you can move their arms inside the fabric. Double check that the bottom edge of the sling is in between you and your baby. Hip or Front Position
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Bring your arm to be in front of the baby.
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Slowly move your baby to your back supporting her/him by the bottom. You can lean forward for extra security.
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When the baby is in the right position adjust the top and bottom edges of the sling by pulling on inner and outer edges of the tail respectively (you might want to be still leaned forward until the sling is fully adjusted).
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