I wanted to make some videos to show how to do different carry positions. One thing that can be a little difficult is reading how to do a tie. It is for me at least. I am more of a visual learner. If you are too these may help you get a good position in your carrier. Like a lot of things in life some carriers need practice. It takes a couple times to get it down pat and to be able to tell if a hold isn't right.
You may doubt at first that you'll be able to get a good hold. Every mom worries about their babies safety and in the beginning you may question if they are safe. A good rule to follow is if you can kiss the top of their head without leaning down then they are in a good spot. Make sure that they have their head turned to one side so that their nostrils are showing. This allows good air flow. Compare how you would hold your baby in your arms to how they are positioned against you. Happy baby wearing!