Many articles advise you on how to dress your baby in a baby carrier or a sling. Whether it is to protect him from the cold or on the contrary to avoid that he gets too hot in summer (including us). But what about you? How to dress with a baby sling?
First thing to know is that when carrying, baby and you share your body heat, which is an advantage in winter but it can quickly get hot in summer!
How to dress with a baby carrier in summer?
Wearing your child in summer can quickly get hot. Skin to skin is actually the best action to keep warm.
1. The material
Choose breathable materials such as cotton (which has the advantage of absorbing perspiration) or blends containing linen, silk, bamboo or viscose. Synthetic materials tend to keep warm.
Don't choose clothes that are too tight and stick to the skin, the fluidity of a pair of pants or a skirt lets the air pass through! It's more pleasant right?
3. Light colors
Black is to be proscribed (even if still trendy) because it absorbs the sun's radiation and will keep even warmer.
Prefer light colors, white is nice too!!
Then, if you're still hot, a fan and a misting bottle and the trick is done :)
How to dress with a baby sling in the winter?
In this situation, the sharing of body heat between you and baby will be a hell of an asset. As for dressing baby, the best is to function by layering: t-shirt then sweater then finally jacket, so that you can adjust according to your feelings.
To know that for the carrying to be comfortable in winter, there are coats and jackets of carrying adapted to accommodate you and baby at the same time.
Clearly the most practical and effective solution because the sharing of warmth is done at best. It is not a means of carrying on its own, it allows you to accommodate the baby carrier or the sling. The carrying jacket or the carrying coat are specially designed to be able to continue carrying baby against you while protecting you both from the cold thanks to an extension. Just be sure to keep his airways clear.
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