Why carry when you can Caboo?
Benefits of carrying your baby
• Baby is soothed by parent’s movements, closeness and heartbeat
• Wearer can maintain visual contact with the baby at all times for extra-reassurance in those first formative months
• Bonding is increased between parent and child
• Baby is better stimulated having a greater awareness and interaction with the world around them
• Reduced bouts of crying and so less stress for parent and child
• Keeps parent’s hands free for other day to day tasks
• Ideal for use skin-to-skin contact, keeping baby warm and establishing breastfeeding
• Caboo (urban definition: to be close to someone) is the new name for the Close Baby Carrier range…
• Caboos are as simple with your new born as they are with nippers, whenever, wherever or however you use them.
• Great indoors, they will allow you to get on with your day whilst maintaining that all important reassurance for you and your baby or you can take a Caboo outside for some fresh air and to share some scenery.
Correct positioning explained
• Babies are born with a c-shaped spine called the total kyphosis. The spine takes about one year to straighten it is really important during this time when baby is carried that the spine is fully supported in this natural position and no excess pressure in place on one particular place.
• Baby should be carried in the correct physiological position “frog legged position” ie their bottom is lower than their knees. There should be at least a 90 degree angle at the knee .This is important for baby’s developing hips as it reduces the weight and strain placed on them. This position can be achieved by spreading the wide fabric all the way to the back of baby’s knees.
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