Wearing your Baby on your Hip or Back:
Lower your baby into the pouch with your baby's legs straddling
your hip. Your baby's butt should rest on the inner edge of the pouch.
Make sure the lower edge of fabric is thoroughly covering baby's butt
and thighs, with the lower edge of binding in the crease of his knees.
His calves and feet will be sticking out of the bottom of the pouch.
Then pull the upper edge of fabric/binding up his back and under his
arms. Some babies like the fabric pulled over their shoulders-this
works well for discrete nursing. In order to keep pressure from the
binding off of your baby's legs, please ensure that your baby's butt
is being worn several inches below the crook of his knees. It also
helps to "fold" the sling back down over your shoulder. This helps
keep the top rail tight and secure around your baby (see picture).
Once your baby is securely in the hip position, you may
slide the pouch and baby around to your back while you bend over. I
kind of bounce it around to the back. I get the baby far on my hip and
then slide them behind my arm. Pull the top rail of the sling up
around the baby's back to make the secure. Older children may want
their arms out. I always keep them on one side of my back and get the
back the same way. Slide them back till I can reach and bring them