How do you carry a baby in a Tula?

Standard Carriers must be used with the Tula Infant Insert for infants and newborns under 15lbs, or until the baby can hold his/her head up consistently for extended periods of time and is tall enough to be placed in a fully seated position with knees dangling freely at a right angle.

Can you carry a newborn in a Tula?

The Infant Insert makes it possible to carry your small infant or newborn in your Tula Baby Carrier, and is required for use with a baby between 7-15 pounds. The insert enables the cozy carrying position, ensuring adequate head/neck support and healthy maturation of the spine in a front carry.

How do you position a newborn in a carrier?

Your baby carrier should allow your baby’s hips to spread so their legs are straddling your body. Your baby’s knees should be spread apart, the thighs should be supported, and the hips should be bent.

How do you carry a baby in a pouch?

Always support your newborn’s head and neck. To pick up baby, slide one hand under baby’s head and neck and the other hand under their bottom. Bend your knees to protect your back. Once you’ve got a good hold, scoop up your baby and bring baby close to your chest as you straighten your legs again.

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Do you need infant insert for Tula explore?

The Tula Explore Baby Carrier does not require an infant insert and can be used, with baby facing you, beginning at 7 lb.

When can I use Tula infant insert?

The infant insert is recommended in order to use our Standard size Tula baby carrier from newborn up to until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15lbs.

When can you start using baby carrier?

You can start using a baby carrier from day one.

Some parents think they can’t use a baby carrier until their baby is 6 weeks old or older, or they choose to wait until then. But you can take a baby carrier with you to the hospital and use it the day your baby is born, as long as they weigh at least seven (7) pounds.

How long can you carry a baby in a carrier?

The average carrier should last you until 2 years old give or take depending on your baby. After this point, you could upgrade to a large toddler carrier that supports a growing toddler! With these you can carry to 4 years old+.

How much does a Tula baby carrier weigh?

With a weight range of 15 – 45 pounds, our Standard Tula Baby Carrier is an excellent choice for a family who is looking for just one carrier to use during their most active babywearing period. We are delighted to be able to offer a variety of carriers that benefit a family wherever they are on the path of parenthood.

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Where do babies arms go in carrier?

When it comes to slings, a properly fitting unit, per Raspa, allows room for a child to move his or her head. Arms should be in a flexed position, with the shoulders down and elbows up. The knees should also be up, allowing for some movement side to side.

How should baby’s legs be in a wrap?

You should wrap around baby in a position that your newborn’s legs are naturally inclined to rest in. You will find that baby will tuck knees up, not spread too far apart. Usually you can wrap around your newborn baby with legs out while maintaining this natural position.