Breastfeeding Tips

Breastfeeding and Kangaroo position are excellent ways to weave a special bond between mom and baby. Try to practice them with Baby K’tan for a unique hands-free experience.As you carry your baby in the Baby K’tan in the Kangaroo position, rock your baby so that he is tilted. You may need to lower your baby so he can reach your breast. This can be accomplished by lifting your baby away from you and moving the K’tan and the baby down. Try several positions to test which one is best for you and your baby. Practicing in front of a mirror can also be beneficial. WARNING: Never use the baby carrier with a premature baby without seeking the advice of a health care professional. Be extremely careful when wearing a baby under 4 months of age. If you are

As you carry your baby in the Baby K’tan in the Kangaroo position, rock your baby so that he is tilted. You may need to lower your baby so he can reach your breast. This can be accomplished by lifting your baby away from you and moving the K’tan and the baby down.Try several positions to test which one is best for you and your baby. Practicing in front of a mirror can also be beneficial. WARNING: Never use the baby carrier with a premature baby without seeking the advice of a health care professional. Be extremely careful when wearing a baby under 4 months of age. If you are

Try several positions to test which one is best for you and your baby. Practicing in front of a mirror can also be beneficial.

WARNING: Never use the baby carrier with a premature baby without seeking the advice of a health care professional. Be extremely careful when wearing a baby under 4 months of age. If you are breastfeeding your baby in the carrier, always remove the baby’s face from your breast after feeding. Be extremely careful and frequently monitor your baby when breastfeeding to make sure he or she has space to breathe. Replace the baby in a vertical position after breastfeeding.