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Inoshi Get Going Guide - Creating a Good Seat

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Regardless whether you choose to do a Front, Hip or Back carry, it’s important to create a comfortable seat for your baby when using the Inoshi.  You should aim to have:

  • Baby UPRIGHT, FLUSH AGAINST YOU and FACING IN TOWARDS YOU
  • Baby sitting in natural “SPREAD/SQUAT”, “SEATED” or “M” position
  • Baby’s neck/head, torso, bottom and legs FULLY SUPPORTED

CORRECT

  • Helps maintain your centre of gravity
  • Provides comfort and reassurance to your baby as they can see you
  • Allows baby to be seated in the most comfortable position - with legs up and fully supported from knee-to-knee by the Inoshi.

INCORRECT

  • Baby RECLINED, or facing AWAY FROM YOU, or with their legs hanging STRAIGHT down.
  • Can make you (or your baby) lose centre of balance
  • Can isolate your baby (can’t see you for reassurance)
  • Can place extra pressure on their groin
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Click on the instructions below to open a PDF version which you can print.

Global Tapestry - Inoshi Get Going Guide - How to wear front

Global Tapestry - Inoshi Get Going Guide - How to Wear Back