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Default In the case of a backpack carrier, consider getting one that can beworn on your back, side or front. It gives you more options depending on theage and temperament of your child. Some carriers provide a sun shield (whichdoubles as a rain guard) as an

In the case of a backpack carrier, consider getting one that can be
worn on your back, side or front. It gives you more options depending
on the age and temperament of your child. Some carriers provide a sun
shield (which doubles as a rain guard) as an added bonus. Remember,
the heat of the sun is much more damaging to an infant's head than an
adult's. You want your baby's weight evenly distributed, so get a
backpack carrier that's adjustable. Make sure the fabric is washable,
and easy to remove; filthy cloth is a breeding ground for germs.
Follow these tips, and your baby will stay safe and healthy and so
will you.

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