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You would already be feeling really close to your baby and might not even be open to the idea of not having them close to you. While holding a baby in your arms at all times could cause you movement restriction and in a way, might feel like it’s holding you back in terms of leading your life as you were prior-baby, a baby wrap is what comes to the rescue. A baby wrap is also the best solution to provide skin-to-skin contact to your baby and to keep them in the ideal ‘M’ or the frog position as the doctors recommend. I would like to recommend list of the top 6 best-recommended baby wraps under $50 for your little one in 2020 : https://parenthoodbliss.com/best-baby-wraps/ See More
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Having to wrap the long fabric several times around your body will create multiple fabric panels that result in a warm blanket-like environment. This is best to use in cold weather where the heat of your body will create a warm spot for your baby to relax on. See More
Many parents love baby-wearing but are never enticed by the process of elaborately wrapping a long piece of fabric around their bodies. However, the K'tan is only two loops of fabric stitched together. You slip it on over your head like how you would wear a t-shirt and put your arm through each loop. Your baby sits where the loops cross over. It's best for those who like to wear their babies but don't wanna fuss with fabric. See More