For a newborn baby whose neck is not stable. *If you wear the p-sling on your left shoulder, the baby’s head comes on the right hand side of you.(The opposite side of the rings) *If the baby is small, you can place a thin towel or blanket below the baby’s body in the pouch or simply wrap the baby with a towel or blanket before placing the baby in the pouch
１．Position the rings slightly below your collarbone.
２．Hold the baby as the baby’s head rests your right elbow. Your left hand should be out from the inside like an illustration shown.
３．Holding the baby’s buttocks with the left hand and supporting the baby’s neck with your right hand, slide the baby inside of the pouch.
４．Place the baby’s buttocks on the pouch, and then release your left hand and pull out of the pouch. Adjust the fabric to cover the baby’s legs. (*Make sure to pull the inner cloth up so your baby is in the middle of the pouch.)
５．While you keep holding the baby’s head with your right hand, use your left hand to pull the fabric up to cover the baby’s head. Support the baby’s head with your left hand, and release your right hand.
６．Check yourself in front of a mirror and make sure your baby’s body is horizontal. (The neckline should be straight.)
How to place your baby in the cradle position
1. Lay your baby down on a bed or sofa.
2. Pull your head out from the p-sling.