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A whole new world will open up for your baby when you start backpacking your baby in a baby carrier. Most carriers that allow you to carry a baby on your stomach, you can also use the carriers as a back carrier.
In general, it is recommended to start carrying your baby back when your baby can sit independently and can shift to sit more comfortably. When your child is on your back in the baby carrier, it is less easy to reach it to ensure that your child is a little more comfortable, so your child has to do this himself.
The other factor to look out for is that your baby has strong neck and head control and can sit independently, which is usually around 6 months.
Starting to carry your baby back takes some practice and patience. Read the instructions of the baby carrier that you want to use for this in advance. Start with help from someone else, preferably someone with some experience. You may also consider seeking the advice of a wearing consultant to master the intricacies.
Once you are on the road with your child in the back carrier, you will notice that your child loves to watch with you. Your baby can also snuggle into your back and take a nap. You can then use the sleeping cap to support the head. Tip: use your phone to take the best selfies and also to check how your child is doing!
In the first instance, make sure that the baby carrier is suitable for carrying on the back. Almost all baby carriers are suitable for carrying on the back, but not all. Then pay attention to the weight and the recommended clothing size of the baby carrier. This indicates whether the baby carrier is suitable for your child. In addition, you can also pay attention to the type of material a baby carrier is made of (cotton, organic cotton, cotton sling fabric, etc.). You can also look at the locking system. One baby carrier closes with buckles, the other has to be buttoned and another has Velcro. All locking systems have advantages and disadvantages. See what appeals to you most.