How To Face Baby Out in Omni 360

Once your baby is able to sit up on her own, you can face her out in the Omni 360 baby carrier. (Other milestones to consider: Once your baby can see above the front panel of the carrier, has strong head & neck control, and has a natural curiosity to see and interact with the world, they are ready for front-outward carry. This is usually around 5-6 months, depending on your baby.) And since we know that you’re a mama-on-the-go (what mom isn’t?!), you want to be able to switch baby easily from facing in to facing out and back again (remember if baby is getting sleepy or over-stimulated, be sure to switch her back to facing you for a nap or to calm her down). Check out how to do the #quickswitch.

Christina is a mama, conservationist, DIY’er, vintage fanatic, dog lover and the Ergobaby director of community.

She is passionate about babies, babywearing, birth, yoga, natural living, and healthy eats. When not online reading and writing about all of the above, she can be found spending time with her daughter, creating their family story in Los Angeles.

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September 20, 2017