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The importance of holding your baby close
Can holding your baby close have a direct correlation with their overall health and well-being? The answer is yes. And in fact, it is very important in aiding to the proper development of your child.
As a parent, your baby knows your scent, touch, and the rhythms of your speech and breathing. They will enjoy feeling that closeness with you. Holding your baby maintains body warmth, regulates heart and breathing rates, aids in proper weight gain, and ensures that he/she will be getting an ample amount of sleep.
If you are thinking of ways to spend extra time with your new addition, wonder no more. You do it instinctively! These small moments of connection include: the first time you and your baby made eye contact, the first time you explored all ten tiny fingers as they clasped your thumb, and the first time you heard your baby laugh. It happens when you watch the cute faces they make during sleep and most important, when you hold your baby close and they sink into your arms.
To ensure that you have a healthy balance of time both together and apart, check out the extensive list of baby carrier options online at BabyAge.com. Carriers can be worn both front and rear facing and will allow you to hold your baby close while still doing what you need to do.
The ERGObaby Organic Carrier’s ergonomic design will properly support your baby in the correct sitting position– dispersing baby’s weight between the hips and thighs which will eliminate spinal compression. The Carrier is also comfortable for parents and alleviates physical stress to the body by balancing baby’s weight between parent’s hips and shoulders.