The easiest carry to learn is the tummy to tummy, or T2T, position. Baby is in front facing the wearer – hence baby’s tummy is against the wearer’s stomach. Baby can be in the T2T position from birth and older. Newborns, until about three months, may prefer to have their legs tucked into the sling.
Some may not find this comfortable, so try different ways to see what works for you.
T2T, legs in
Holding the fabric against the baby’s back, use the hand on the side of the rings to bring the bottom edge of the fabric between yourself and baby to create a pouch. Supporting the baby, lower him down into the pouch.
A baby’s head should be high enough for you to bend your head to kiss his head. For a newborn, the top rail can be brought up to provide extra support for the head. The rings should be higher, just below the collarbone.