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    Default Holding baby

    I use this all the time at work, especially with a windy, grizzly baby. I believe it's actually called the sleeping tiger hold.

    ETA have just had a quick google and it's actually called "tiger in the tree". Is used in infant massage and treatment for colic.

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    My dad could always get my daughter to sleep like this when she was fussing! I think if anything, it gives them a different perspective and can distract them from what's making them grizzle.


 

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