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Circle of Safety

1. Clear Airway

Your baby’s face is in view at all times and you can fit two fingers between their chin and chest

Circle of Safety

2. Close Enough to Kiss

You can easily kiss the top of your baby’s head and their hands are up near their face.

Circle of Safety

3. Support

The carrier is tight and provides a supportive curve shape to your baby’s spine.  The fabric should be smooth and your baby should be upright.

Circle of Safety

4. Spread Squat Position

Your baby’s knees should be higher than their bum with their pelvis ‘tucked’ towards you.  The carrier should reach knee to knee.

Circle of Safety

5. Comfort

Are you comfortable?  Are you handsfree?