A stretchy wrap is a long piece of fabric that is wrapped around the wearer's body first. The baby is then inserted on the wear's chest. The stretchy wrap needs to be warn firmly so that the baby is supported and does not sag in wrap. Ensure baby's head is close enough to kiss.
Some have a 1 way stretch and others with a 2 way stretch making them very stretchy. A 2 way stretchy wrap needs to be wrapped tighter around the wearer's torso.
In the warm desert climate lighter wraps are better than thicker as you end up having 3 layers around you and baby.
Perfect for the '4th Trimester'
Bonding with baby
Increasing mother's milk supply
Raising mother's mood
Helping with colic and reflux
Settling baby especially when you need your hands free!
Skin to Skin (be sure to wear breast pads on mum and a nappy in baby)
Transitioning a newborn into the big world
Premature babies - 12 months
Premature babies - 12.5kg