** The tops runs a little small. If you are in between sizes, we recommend getting the larger size to ensure you and your baby are comfortable.
How to take measurements
In underwear, find the fuller point of chest and hips and smaller point of waist (the waist is the least important measure because most garments are stretch or loose at waist) just by sliding your tape measure on your body. Do not overtighten. The most important measure for the purchase of a top will be the chest measurement (A), especially if the garment is not fitted. Second most important is the hip measurement (C). Regarding the waist (B), it's OK if it is few inches more than standard measurements, most garments are a little looser at the waist and are made in stretchy fabrics!
WASH THE GARMENT BEFORE WEARING WITH BABY
-Make sure the position is not too "relaxed" (too rounded back), and check if support is well spread. Garment must be tight on body. It's not "hand free" so always keep a hand on baby.
-Always make sure the baby is breathing normally, the airway must never be obstructed.
-Pay attention to your new dimension, you must not get caught in the door frame with the baby!
-Don't sleep, don't do sports or cooking with baby inside the garment. Avoid any situation where a fall could occur.
-Make sure the garment is always in good condition. If a seam is about to open, discontinue the use of carrier or garment
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