Parenthood can be a real pain—in the back, shoulders, and neck if you know what I mean.
As a new parent, you can’t wait to hold and snuggle your little one all day, every day. But as your child gets a little older and heavier, you realize it’s not easy carrying around your child most of the day.
So what can you do to help get you through those days when your child only wants you to hold him? Get yourself a Baby Carrier Waist Stool.
Most Baby Carrier Waist Stool has a removable panel that attaches to the hip seat’s waistband. Without the panel, you can position the hip seat on either side of your waist where it’s most comfortable for you. With the back panel, you can go hands-free with your child. Hip seat carriers are not a recommended newborn carrier, but they can be used for infants and toddlers from about 6 months to 3 years old, depending on the specific carrier and its weight limit.
HELPS EVENLY DISTRIBUTE YOUR CHILD’S WEIGHT
Being able to hold your child on your right or left side helps distribute her weight around your waist and pelvic region. Your hips and legs help support her weight, so there’s less pressure on your back and shoulders. This alleviates lower back pain, which some parents experience when babywearing.
CARRY YOUR BABY LONGER, COMFORTABLY
Since a Baby Carrier Waist Stoolhelps lighten the burden of carrying around the weight of a baby or toddler, this means you can be more comfortable carrying your child around and will be able to carry him for longer periods of time if necessary.
YOUR LITTLE ONE'S HEAD & NECK IS SUPPORTED
Most carriers let you know at what age and/or weight you can use them or when you can put your child in certain carrying positions, like the hip carry. Because your child’s head and neck may not be fully supported by the carrier, especially with hip-hugger carriers, you want to wait to use this type of carrier or position until your child has a strong control of her head and neck. This usually happens around 6 months, but babies develop in their own time. Some babies have good head and neck control around 4 months old, while others may not until they’re 7 months old.
DURABLE & COMFORTABLE
Get Baby Carrier Waist Stool that is comfortable for you and your child. You want one which evenly distributes your child’s weight, supports your body and hers, made of comfortable materials, and maybe even has padded shoulder straps or a padded lumbar support belt.
BETTER BACK POSTURE FOR THE PARENT
If you only hold your baby or toddler on your right side, it can mess up your posture.
With the baby carrier waist stool you won’t be hunched over trying to hold all your kid’s weight in front or be pulled backward like you can be with most traditional back carriers, especially when carrying a toddler.
PRACTICE SAFE BABYWEARING
Once your baby or toddler is in the Baby Carrier Waist Stool, do a safety check and double-check your:
- The child’s face is visible
- The child’s airway is open
- The child’s chin is off his or her chest
- Child's is sitting upright, not slumped, with his or her back and neck is properly supported
- The carrier is tight on you and holds your child close against your body.
SHIPPING & DELIVERY
All orders are shipped from our warehouse within 1-3 business days of you placing the order. Packages may be faced with delays beyond our control due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. The typical delivery timeframe is between 7 to 14 business days however, you may receive your items much earlier. All orders are shipped with the tracking number.
We back our products up with a risk-free 30-day guarantee. If you don't have a positive experience for any reason, contact us within 30 days of receiving your order and we will make sure you are 100% satisfied with your purchase. We have email support that will respond within 24 hours. Use the Contact page if you need assistance.