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00-namePlease read all instruction BEFORE USE of the p-sling.
Failure to do so can result in serious injury or death to your baby.
Keep this manual for future reference.
If you give another person the p-sling, please be sure to give this manual.

 


 

Preparations

Although the p-sling comes folded in pleats and threaded through the rings, you can not use it as is. First, remove the tail end of the cloth from the rings. Then, in order to prepare p-sling, follow steps below. It is important that you do not leave the cloth folded, because the friction between the folds prevents proper adjustment.

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Place the p-sling down with the logo tag facing upwards, and spread the tail toward the direction that the laundry tag (attached inside) can be seen.

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After spreading the tail, hold both ends.

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Slowly bunch(pleat) the tail cloth toward the center with both hands.

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Move the gathered tail toward the rings.

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Thread the cloth through both rings, (holding the p-sling with the logo tag facing upwards).

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Pull the cloth back between the rings (as you would to adjust a belt).

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Now you have completed threading.

 

 

A tip to have easier adjustment

After you thread the p-sling, there is one more step. If the fabric is twisted or bunched in the rings, you cannot pull the tail easily for adjusting.

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Loosen the tail thread through the rings slightly. Hold the left seam and right seam with each hand, and then spread the fabric equally in the rings. Please make sure that the fabric edges are at both ends.

Complete by pulling the tail back through the rings.

 

Placing the p-sling over your shoulder

Let us suppose that you put the p-sling on your left shoulder.
(*If you want to put it on your right shoulder, please follow instructions in the opposite position.)

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Raise your right hand above your head, and move your head through the loop of p-sling so that you wear it diagonally like a sash.
Make sure that tail cloth is hung on the front.

Cradle Position

For a newborn baby whose neck is not stable. *If you wear the p-sling on your left shoulder, the baby’s head comes on the right hand side of you.(The opposite side of the rings) *If the baby is small, you can place a thin towel or blanket below the baby’s body in the pouch or simply wrap the baby with a towel or blanket before placing the baby in the pouch

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Position the rings slightly below your collarbone.

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Hold the baby as the baby’s head rests your right elbow. Your left hand should be out from the inside like an illustration shown.

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Holding the baby’s buttocks with the left hand and supporting the baby’s neck with your right hand, slide the baby inside of the pouch.

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Place the baby’s buttocks on the pouch, and then release your left hand and pull out of the pouch. Adjust the fabric to cover the baby’s legs. (*Make sure to pull the inner cloth up so your baby is in the middle of the pouch.)

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While you keep holding the baby’s head with your right hand, use your left hand to pull the fabric up to cover the baby’s head. Support the baby’s head with your left hand, and release your right hand.

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Check yourself in front of a mirror and make sure your baby’s body is horizontal. (The neckline should be straight.)

 

 


 

 

How to place your baby in the cradle position

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Lay your baby down on a bed or sofa

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Pull your head out from the p-sling

 

 

Vertical Position

For a newborn baby whose neck is not stable. *If you wear the p-sling on your left shoulder, the baby’s head comes on the right hand side of you.(The opposite side of the rings) *If the baby is small, you can place a thin towel or blanket below the baby’s body in the pouch or simply wrap the baby with a towel or blanket before placing the baby in the pouch

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Position the rings slightly below your collarbone.

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Hold your baby with your left arm and grab the outer layer of the pouch and makes a space with your right hand.

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Place your baby’s buttocks in the center of the pouch. The pouch cloth should be wide enough, so try to place his/her buttocks as centered as possible. Make sure to pull both sides of pouch up for security. Now your baby’s head rests by your left shoulder near the rings and he/she is facing front right. The legs can be stretched out or cross-legged (as your baby likes).

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This position supports your baby’s back and neck in the pouch but this does not mean the baby is now supported on his own. Pull the tail cloth to adjust the pouch to stabilize the baby. If your baby’s head touches the ring, you can wrap the tail cloth once or twice around the rings to provide padding.

 

 

 

Nursing Position

For a baby who is able to sit by oneself.

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position the rings slightly below your collarbone.

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Hold your baby as if you were holding him/her over your shoulder to burp and slide the baby inside of the pouch.

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Open the baby’s legs and put the baby’s buttocks in the pouch straddling over your hipbone.

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Make sure that the baby’s buttocks is lower than both knees. This position secures the baby’s body and prevents sliding. (The baby’s legs must not be straight.)

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If you feel distant from your baby, adjust by pulling the tail with your left hand while you lift the baby up slightly.

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Make sure that the position of the legs is an M shape, that the fabric covers the baby’s body from the back of knees to the shoulders.

 

 

 

Kangaroo Holding

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This is also for babies whose heads are already stable. Your baby sits up and faces the front in the sling. Turn your baby to the front and put your baby in the pouch in a cross-legged position. Then, put your hand between the pouch and your stomach, and grab the inside flap part of the pouch. Next, with this “grabbing hand” and also the opposite hand grabbing the outside flap part, pull up both sides at the same time in order to make sure that your baby is in the center of pouch. You can leave your baby’s hands outside of the pouch, however be careful that a baby (who is full of curiosity) does not reach out to touch potentially dangerous things. In addition, when you need to bend forward with this position, please try to bend with your knees instead of your waist and always support your baby with one or both hands. You can use the tail of the sling for narrowing outer flap portion of the pouch a little tighter in order to prevent your baby from leaning forward. This position allows a baby to see a 180-degree view, a wonderful position to learn about the outside world.

Cradle Holding

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This is the best position for newborn babies. Lay your baby flat (straight) in the pouch at your front. Since a young baby’s head is not yet stable, this cradle position is ideal.

Nursing Holding

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This is the most useful position once the baby’s head becomes stable. This position allows a baby to see the world. When the baby is at eye level, other adults notice and may interact with the baby. It allows the baby to be at the center of activity, which is a wonderful environment to stimulate brain development. Also, you can observe your baby’s reactions to the world around her.

Hip Carry

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This is a variation of the nursing position. This position is great for older babies and toddlers (1- 3 years old.) Your baby sits on your hip which will support the greater part of the baby’s weight. Make the pouch a little longer, put your baby in the sling, and put your baby’s hip on your hipbone (resting on your hip with legs coming out the bottom of the sling and straddling you. The configuration of hugging each other securely is the best position. Our sling has a wide pouch, so you can wrap your baby inside, covering the baby’s shoulders. Please tighten the sling to make sure that your baby is secure.

Vertical Holding

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This is for babies between one and two months old, before their heads become stable. In this position, your baby will be sitting down in the pouch. You can utilize this position when your baby seems restless because he otherwise cannot see the outside world. [Again, this position is effective for babies (a month or two old) whose heads are not yet stable.]
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