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    I use it all the time!

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    This is an awesome hold. Babies like it too as it settles their upset tummies from my experience.

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    I use to settle DS we call it the super baby hold

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    Babies are pretty good at telling us when they are uncomfortable. If you're hurting your baby by carrying him/her that way, they will let you know.

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    I used to hold my kids like that all the time. It helped settle them.

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    This was dd's favourite way to be held.

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    That's the way we held DD if she was unsettled. It seemed to help tummy plus they enjoy looking around.

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    I used to hold dd1 like that, she liked it, stopped her crying, I think her tummy used to hurt a lot..
    Dd2 hated it, tried a few times and she screamed, so I tried other things until I found what she liked..

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    That was my go to hold with DD2, only thing that would settle her


 

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