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Momme | Baby wearing mom with newborn in our newborn Kangaroo Wrap

⚠︎ Warning

Failure to follow the manufacturer's instructions can result in death or serious injury. Only use this carrier with children weighing between 8 and 35 pounds.

Suffocation & Fall Hazards

Keep Breathing Room Between You & Baby

Babies younger than 4 months can suffocate in this product if face is pressed tightly against your body. Babies at greatest risk of suffocation include those born prematurely and those with respiratory problems.

Keep Baby's Face Visible & Uncovered

Check often to make sure baby's face is uncovered, clearly visible, and away from caregiver's body at all times.

Reposition Baby After Feeding in Carrier

If you nurse your baby in the carrier, always reposition after feeding so baby's face is not pressed against your body.

Keep Baby's Chin Elevated

Make sure baby does not curl into a position with the chin resting on or near baby's chest. This position can interfere with breathing, even when nothing is covering the nose or mouth.

8 Pounds & Up

Never use this carrier with babies smaller than 8 pounds without seeking the advice of a healthcare professional.

Fall Hazard

Leaning, bending over, or tripping can cause baby to fall. Keep one hand on baby while moving.


Proper Placement for Baby

Please review the following information for proper placement for baby in your Momme Newborn Wrap.

Correct Placement for baby | Carrier should hold baby in the same position as you would hold in your arms.

Correct

Carrier should hold baby in the same position as you would hold in your arms.

Proper Placement for Babywearing | place high on chest with face visible

Correct

Baby is high on wearer's chest, chin up, face visible, nose and mouth free.

Proper Placement for Baby | Face Visible - mouth and nose visible

Correct

Baby is high on wearer's chest, chin up, face visible, nose and mouth free.

Incorrect baby placement- too low on chest

Incorrect

Baby is too low, face is pressed into wearer's body with nose and mouth obstructed.

Incorrect baby Placement - nose and mouth obstructed

Incorrect

Baby is too low, face is pressed into wearer's body with nose and mouth obstructed.


Remember T.I.C.K.S

T

T ight - your wrap should be tight enough to keep your baby close & secured to you.

I

I n view at all times - you should always be able to see your baby’s face by glancing down.

C

C lose enough to kiss - by tipping your head down you should be able to kiss your baby on the head or forehead.

K

K eep chin off chest - ensure there is always at least a finger width under your baby’s chin. They shouldn’t be curled so their chin is forced to their chest.

S

S upported back - your baby’s back should be secure in its natural position, not in a slumped position.

Momme | Newborn Kangaroo baby Carrier
Momme | Newborn kangaroo wrap in midnight with baby

Newborn Kangaroo Wrap

Designed to comfortably support new moms through the postpartum period with hands-free, baby bonding benefits.

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