We always advocate for young infants to be visible and kissable in our carriers.
Your baby needs to be able to fit in the middle or wide setting of our adjustable base carriers to be able to back carry.
We recommend waiting to back carry your child until they have consistent head and neck control to both position them on your back and for them not to slump into a chin to chest position.
Your chest in a young infant’s natural habitat. Take in all those oxytocin snuggles with baby right under your nose. It certainly doesn’t last long. <3