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Chic Papoose BABY Slings How to Wear a Newborn
Chic Papoose BABY Slings The first few months of life are the most precious and delicate. Newborns can pose a special challenge when trying to get them comfortable in a sling for the first time.

Here is some additional information to help you and your little bundle get comfortable and safe during these special days.

It can take some practice to get it just right for both of you, so be patient. Choose a time of day to try it when your child is most calm. Practicing while sitting down at home can be helpful.

Newborns in particular love to be cuddled in a sling . We hope your sling will provide the extra freedom you need and the special closeness they crave.

Please see Sling Safety for more important information on wearing you baby in a sling..

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SAFETY STATEMENT:
Use with great care. Ultimate responsibility for the safety of the child is held by the person using the sling. The child could fall out. Always keep a hand on the baby and keep fabric from covering his/her face. And make sure that newborns are resting with their heads back and that their chins are not resting on their chest.

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INSTRUCTIONS:
Place the sling over your head like a sash. Hold your baby football-style in the arm opposite of the shoulder your sling is hanging on. Gently, place the baby in the sling being very careful not to let any fabric press against or cover thier face.

If you find that your newborn curls into a ball when in the sling, you may fold a small towel and place it under the baby from their bottom to their heads so that their chins are not resting on their chests. This will help support them and position them safely until they are old enough to support themselves.

BE AWARE It is important that newborns are positioned lying back with their heads back so their airflow is not restricted. Very young babies can be at risk of positional asphyxia. This is a type of suffocation that happens when their body is put in a position that restricts airflow. This can happen when a smal baby's chin is pushed down against their chest.

Do not allow your baby's nose or mouth to become covered or pressed against anything soft such as blankets, pillows, towels, your body or anything that could affect their ability to get air. This is especially important when your baby is sleeping.

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