P-sling’s pouch allows a baby to move freely inside. Unlike baby carriers which let babies’ legs hang, P-sling doesn’t add unnatural strength to a hip joint depending on the weight of baby’s legs. If you hold a baby in unnatural position, a baby is naturally unwilling to be held, so you would notice and fix the position.
Holding a baby is enjoyable, but sometimes your arms need a break. P-sling allows you to have your hands free to do whatever you need to do. When you carry your baby in P-sling, you can walk around freely and not have to worry about negotiating steps, crowds, or narrow aisles with a stroller, and the this situation makes you feel comfortable. A baby held in a sling also has free hands and can share activities like walking, talking, or laughing with the parent (instead of being pushed along the sidewalk in a stroller.) This connection makes communication easier and aids in successful “attachment parenting.”