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Default For soft carriers, make sure that it's washable and has adjustablestraps. This allows you to keep the same great fit as your baby grows. Yourbaby should fit snugly, and have good head support, and their weight should beevenly distributed. Only use a

For soft carriers, make sure that it's washable and has adjustable
straps. This allows you to keep the same great fit as your baby grows.
Your baby should fit snugly, and have good head support, and their
weight should be evenly distributed. Only use a carrier to move the
baby about when you are walking. Never use it to transport the baby on
a bike, in a car, or any other means of transportation. Check the
carrier from time to time for any damage: things like a ripped seam, a
missing or loose snap or strap, or a place where the fabric has worn
through and a sharp edge is protruding.


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Some car seats convert to lift-out-and-carry baby carriers. While
these can be heavy and bulky, some mothers prefer them to traditional
carriers. Many are designed to snap into a car seat base, or into a
stroller. Only use those types of models together. Never take a base
from one model (maybe that someone has given you) and try to rig up
something to hold your carrier in it. In an accident, the carrier will
break free, and your baby will become a projectile! If you own a new
car, never put your baby's carrier / car seat in the front. In the
event of an accident, the airbags could cause serious injury to your
child.
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