It's a habit of all animals to keep their young with them, and biologically speaking, it makes perfect sense for parents to carry their babies around all day. When predators in the wild were more of a threat, our ancestors kept babies alive by carrying them around and keeping closer bonds with them. Babies also love to be held, and after nine months in a mother's womb, being held gives them a similar sense of security.
Of course, many parents are more than happy to have intimate contact with a baby, but you can't hold a baby 24 hours a day, you have your own things to deal with, and your arms get tired. Here comes the Babywearing, which not only frees your hands, but also allows you to stay close to your baby for an extended period of time. Babies also really like to sleep in a sling, which is a popular solution for babies who like to take a nap in their parents' arms. The benefits of Babywearing are so great that if you are expecting a new member of your family, we strongly recommend that you choose a babywearing style that suits you.
It strengthens your bond with your baby
When your baby is born, you may feel overwhelmed by your baby's needs because you "don't speak the same language." While your baby's constant crying can be stressful, wearing your baby in a babywearing position will allow you to instantly comfort her and help you learn to meet her needs more quickly. Babywearing promotes your baby's attachment to you and creates a close bond between you and your baby.
It makes the baby cry less
It's well documented that babies in babywearing cry less. During the first trimester of the baby's life, they are very easy to cry. Wearing the baby in the babywearing can simulate the environment of the womb, which will give the baby a great sense of security. If you can snuggle it against your chest and feel your heart beating while gently wiggling your body, the crying baby will quickly calm down.
It promotes cognitive development in your baby
Babies in babywearing are happier and more content, so they will quickly enter a state of quiet alertness that is essential for learning. In this state, the baby is ready to interact with you and the world. When holding your baby using babywearing, you will notice that it is very quiet and observing everything around it as it learns.