Q: Can I wear my baby in other positions in a Water Wrap Carrier?
A: Yes! These wraps are similar in structure to Moby Wrap carriers. The fabric has 2-
Q: Can I breastfeed my baby in the wrap?
A: I recommend taking baby out of the wrap to breastfeed. Because of the risk of positional asphyxiation, it is safer to remove baby, leave the wrap on (which is a great way to keep your breast & belly covered!), nurse baby, then pop him back into the wrap.
Q: Do Water Wrap Carriers contain SPF/ UV protection?
A: No. The only UV protection is what the layers of fabric afford. I have looked into the processes for adding UV protection to the fabric & I do not trust the chemicals used in additives and the processes that weave into the fabric are cost prohibitive at this time. Please protect your baby with a non-
Q: How do I shower with my baby in the Water Wrap Carrier?
A: Start by undressing yourself & baby & putting the wrap on. Put baby in the wrap in the tummy to tummy position & carefully step into the shower. Keep an eye on baby’s face to ensure the spray isn’t hitting his face & that he is enjoying the water. To wash your hair, turn your back to the water & tilt your head back to allow the water to run down your back. Turn so that the spray is on your baby’s back while you shampoo your hair with your head tilted back. (Most mothers have found that switching to a non-
Q: What size person does the Water Wrap Carrier fit?
A: The one-
Q: What size/age babies can be worn in the Water Wrap Carrier?
A: Babies can be worn from approximately 3.5 kg up to 12 kg. The fabric will support babies & toddlers heavier than this, but it will not be as comfortable for the wearer.
This wrap is not an appropriate restraint for riding in any vehicle, including a boat. Please use proper equipment including a car seat in a car & a personal floatation device made for babies & small children in a boat.
Don’t do anything with your baby in the wrap that you wouldn’t do with him/her in your arms. This includes, but is not limited to: diving off the diving board, scuba diving, riding a jet ski, going down a water slide, water skiing, flipping into the water or any other dangerous water activities you can think of.
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