A long piece of cotton fabric is made for a baby to wear.The wrap is made for babies that weigh between 8 to 35 pounds.It's a great way to keep your baby mobile and close to you.It can be hard to figure out what the Moby Wrap is.In a safe and easy way, you and your baby can spend time together.
Step 1: Place the wrap in half.
Before you create a hold for the baby, you need to wrap the wrap around yourself.There is a label in the middle of the wrap that is facing away from you.Place the wrap around your waist.The edges from each half should be close to you.
Step 2: Behind your back, cross the ends.
Cross the two ends of the fabric behind your back.This should be on your back.The logo should be in front of you.
Step 3: You should make an X on your chest.
Bring it across the other shoulder if you choose one of the ends.Bring the other end across the shoulder and it will form an X on your chest.
Step 4: Attach the wrap with a knot.
Bring the fabric ends that are leftover around your back, forming a small X just below the larger X, and tie it into a knot.You can tie the knot below your bellybutton, or you can wrap the excess fabric around your body.
Step 5: You can open a pocket for your baby.
The wrap is made for newborn to three-month-old babies.If you want to create a pocket, take the shoulder piece that is closest to your body and open it.Hold your baby up to a piece of fabric that is different from the one closest to you.
Step 6: Spread the fabric on the baby's body.
Put your baby in the pocket.The baby should be in a fetal position.Spread the fabric over the baby's shoulders.Spread the fabric over the baby's body again.
Step 7: Pull the fabric over the baby's head.
The logo should be left alone.Pull it over the baby's body.If you don't want the baby's head to be free, Tuck it into the shoulder section of the fabric.
Step 8: Put your baby in the first shoulder hold.
Babies can fully stretch their legs with this wrap.Take the shoulder piece that is closest to your body and slide one of the baby's legs through the hole.As you do this, hold the baby up to your shoulder.
Step 9: Put the second leg in the other hole.
The baby has a shoulder and a bottom.It should be spread out until it reaches the baby's knee.Pull your baby's second leg through the section with the logo.
Step 10: Pull the fabric over the baby.
Spread the fabric over the baby's shoulders and back.Make sure the legs are free when you do this.You can either leave the head free or put it in one of the shoulder sections.
Step 11: You can shift the fabric to your side.
Babies are 5 months and older with this wrap.Take a look at the piece of fabric that is closest to you.You will hold your baby on this side.If you want to avoid crossing over the front, shift the fabric to the side of your body.
Step 12: Put the first leg through the hole closest to you.
Pull one of the baby's legs through the hole in the shoulder section that is closest to you.The fabric should be spread over the baby's shoulders, back, and bottom.
Step 13: Pull the legs through the holes.
Pull the baby through the section with the logo.The baby has its back and bottom covered with fabric.The baby should be propped up on your hip.
Step 14: The baby should be put into the middle section.
The wrap is ideal for heavier babies.Place your baby on one of your shoulders.The baby should be in a fetal position.The baby should be put into the section with the logo.Spread the fabric over the baby's shoulders.
Step 15: The baby should be covered with the ends of the fabric.
Bring the loose end of the fabric over the baby's bottom to your hip.Take the opposite end of the fabric and repeat.The baby's bottom should be completely covered.Tie your fabric with a double knot around your hips or back.
Step 16: The baby's head should be Tucked into the shoulder section.
The baby's head should be Tucked into their shoulder section.The baby's mouth and nose should be visible.Lift the chin off your chest.