Baby Carrier Harmony has two height positions, which means you can babywear newborns and babies up to the age of 3. With just a few simple adjustments, you can change your babywearing position from facing in to facing out on your front or carrying on your back.
Your newborn needs a lot of closeness. At this age, it’s best to babywear in the facing-in position to strengthen the bond between you; the warmth of your breath and the sound of your heartbeat are reassuring to your baby.
At about the age of five months, when your baby’s neck muscles are stronger, you can start carrying in the facing-out position—curious babies usually enjoy seeing what’s happening around them.
When your baby is one year old, you can start carrying them on your back, which often feels more comfortable as they get heavier.
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