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How to make a good seat in a carrier, creating a pelvic tuckThis video shows you how to make a good seat in a carrier once your baby is already in. It shows you how to rotate the hips and tilt the pelvis inwards to ensure a seated squat rather than doing the splits or ending up with an arched back and legs hanging down which can happen with stretchies. This technique can be used with any kind of baby sling.
Putting on a rucksack strap carrier with the chest belt pre-clippedPutting on a rucksack strap carrier with the chest belt pre-clipped. Carriers such as the Boba 4G, Tula, Ergo, Lillebaby and any other carrier that can have its chest belt pre-clipped. At this point, ask your partner or a friend or a friendly sling librarian to move the chest belt up or down to the spot on your back that feels right, and tighten to the right tension (nb it is not weighbearing). Loosen the shoulder straps and unbuckle the chest belt to get the carrier off again. Don't move the chest belt - just do it up from where you left it and put the carrier on again.
Secure Hip Scoot and Back Carry with a Full Buckle method 1Secure Hip Scoot and Back Carry method 1
Carrier is a standard sized Kinderpack
Making the straps of a cross strap carrier (e.g. Integra/Connecta/Sleepy Nico) more comfortableThe most common issue with such carriers is that the straps have not been tightened enough and are crossing over too close to the neck. Here is how to fix that.