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1. It’s Good For Cognitive & Social Development
If you’re wearing your baby, they have a chance to be more socially engaged, both with you and the world around them. They’ll hear you talking with others and even hear you talking to yourself at times — that will help with their language skills.
When you carry your baby close to you, they feel safe – the baby feels the warmth of your body and hears your breathing and your voice. At the slightest feeling of uncertainty, your baby can look up at your face and be reassured that you are close at hand and they are safe. This also applies to a very young baby who is not yet able to see very far. Babywearing means you automatically have more nurturing physical contact as you gently pat and stroke your baby or kiss their forehead. All this strengthens the important attachment between you and the baby.
3. Your Baby May Cry Less
Your baby loves to be around you. Just your presence and touch is enough to calm it down and relax it. Wearing your baby will cause it to have less stress and crying, which will be good news for both of you. Hearing your baby cry causes you stress too and as a new mother you don’t need any more stress.Sleeping right next to you will help your baby breathe more evenly and peacefully
4. Baby Wearing Feels Like The Belly
When your baby is in your belly for the nine months of your pregnancy, it gets used to hearing your heartbeat and feeling your breathing. Plus, it becomes used to swaying with you as you walk along and go about your day-to-day business. Your baby will still thrive from that close contact after it is born. Wearing your baby in a wrap will be similar like carrying it around in your belly, a position that make the baby more comfortable and at peace.
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