Thread the tail through the two rings, back over the second ring and through the first ring. Form a “ring buckle”.
Pass sling over your head and rest the shoulder pad on your shoulder. Rings should be at the corsage position.
Fold a pocket , put the baby’s full body in. Rest her head on the outside rail so she doesn't get chin-chest crunched. Newborns love to be “swaddled” in a sling.
To place baby in horizontal position to sleep or nurse,loosen the tail to make plenty of room in the pouch where the baby lies. Make sure the rings stay high on the chest. Position the baby's head away from the rings. Pull fabric up for discreet nursing or to shade your baby's eyes from sun or to shield her from cold wind.
infants can put legs in the pouch. Lite-onShoulder’s “pouch seat” design provides a perfect grip for the baby’s thighs. Lots of times moms also found this position facilitate improvised nursing.
To sit your baby facing forward, form a pocket shape, then cross baby's legs to sit down in pouch. Your baby's head rests against the center of your chest and she should ride at your waist or higher.
This is a nursing position for the early months. In a cradle hold position, simply shift baby to one side under the arm. Adjust tightness and help latch-on. This position can help baby to suck better and maintain proper latch-on longer.
Saddle Ride is the ultimate slip proof position for squirmy toddlers.Bring the baby up and split legs over the fabrics to drop in as if ridding on saddle. Spread the fabric out so his weight will be sitting on the whole swath of fabric by the hips and thighs . Make sure to secure her back with one arm .
To adjust the sling to a tighter position or to take it off, lift the baby with one hand to "unlock" the "rings buckle" and pull down on tail with the other hand. To loose the sling, lift up on bottom of upper ring and pull down on pouch portion with other hand. Rings buckle up the tail when two rings are in a parallel position. Buckle comes loose when you angle two rings.