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Fastening chest strap: front carrying in a baby carrier

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Fastening the chest strap on a baby carrier can be tricky

Are you struggling to reach to fasten the chest strap on your carrier? This is a problem we see all the time. Most parents find that positioning the chest strap as low as possible on their back is most comfortable, however, that can make it very tricky to fasten.

Pre-clipped chest strap

Firstly, this video shows how to use a baby carrier in a front carry with the pre-clipped chest strap method. This is the method most parents find easiest for fastening their baby carrier chest strap. You fasten the strap before you position the baby. The chest strap moves down your back into position as you tighten the shoulder straps.

Tightening 3 ways

This second video from Jody, shows three methods for fastening and tightening a chest strap once you are wearing your baby carrier.

With 4 methods to chose from you will certainly be able to easily fasten and tighten your chest strap for a comfy, and safe carry every time.

Find out more about slings, carriers and carrying in the carrying section of our Knowledge hub. The ‘Caring for your sling’ section has further videos and articles on many topics from washing slings, checking their condition, rethreading a buckle that’s come off and much more. We hope you found this guide to fastening your chest strap helpful. If there’s an issue that we haven’t covered yet, then just let us know. We are happy to cover common queries to make carrying your little ones less confusing! Finally, we have tips and tutorial videos available on our YouTube channel. Please subscribe for more helpful videos.

If you’d like any help carrying your child then why not get in touch by email, or call 01133206545? You can book a FREE 15 minute phone consultation or a longer phone or video consultation. We can help you find the right sling for your situation.

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