African Baby Carrier Deluxe -Hemp

The Deluxe ABC in Hemp - Made in Africa with love

Front & back - comfortable - safe - durable - supportive - practical. The Hemp is softer and more breathable than the standard deluxe.
SKU: SC003
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R 980.00
For the majority of human history mothers have carried their babies close to their bodies, not only to leave their hands free for the multi tasking all mothers perform but, as research has shown, because babies are always happiest when in close proximity to the bodies of their care givers.
 
Using the benefits of modern materials the ABC assists the care giver in going about her/his business while creating a healthy supportive environment for the child. it provides strong support for the correct development of the child’s spine and hips and the specially designed hood provides 100% support for the child’s head while sleeping.
 
This baby carrier is a pure African product, hand made from the finest and most durable cottons. it is easy to take care of and should be washed at 30 C.
 
Ideally the baby should be carried on the front of the care giver during the first 3 - 6 months and thereafter on the back.  It may be used until the child is 3 or 4 years old.
 
 

 

For the majority of human history mothers have carried their babies close to their bodies, not only to leave their hands free for the multi tasking all mothers perform but, as research has shown, because babies are always happiest when in close proximity to the bodies of their care givers.
 
Using the benefits of modern materials the ABC assists the care giver in going about her/his business while creating a healthy supportive environment for the child. it provides strong support for the correct development of the child’s spine and hips and the specially designed hood provides 100% support for the child’s head while sleeping.
 
This baby carrier is a pure African product, hand made from the finest and most durable cottons. it is easy to take care of and should be washed at 30 C.
 
Ideally the baby should be carried on the front of the care giver during the first 3 - 6 months and thereafter on the back.  It may be used until the child is 3 or 4 years old.