English abbreviation TICKS of babywearing

T (tight) - tight but at the same time tied with a wrap, prevents the child from falling to the sides or out. The baby's head should be aligned with its back. This ensures a comfortable and comfortable fit for the wearer and the baby. You can recognize a properly tightened wrap by not bending the baby in the wrap when bending forward.

Always keep your eyes on the child so that you can control his / her condition and responses and respond immediately to his / her needs.

C (close enough to kiss) - Bind the child so high that you can kiss your forehead without any problems while tilting your head. At the same time, you must not hit the chin of the baby with the chin.

Keep Chin of the Chest - The child must not be twisted in the wrap and pressed so that the chin pushes against the chest. It should have a slightly tilted head to insert 2 fingers between your chin and chest. However, the head should not be tilted too much.

S (supported back) - in a vertical position, the baby should rest comfortably on the body of the wearer in the belly position and his back should be centered on the cervical, thoracic and lumbar spine due to the degree of development. The wrap is deployed from one knee well to the other to extend the legs wide and knee high, or at the same level as the hip (reminiscent of the letter M). This will create an undercoated butt and round back. Non-sitting children should also have their hands hidden in the wrap so they cannot lean.