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Hug-a-Bub Video Instructions - Basic Wrap Cross Carry, Front Wrap Cross Carry, Ring Sling

    If you can plait hair, you can Hug-a-Bub, it's really not hard as it appears. Just follow these step-by-step instructions or the instructions in your Hug-a-Bub box, perhaps with a rolled up towel or a stuffed toy the ffirst time. If you're stuck, scream out to us at +61 2 99050199!
    Basic Wrap Cross Carry. You get to put your carrier on before you put in your baby!
    Front Cross Carry (Video 2 of 3). This is an easy to tighten method, with baby.
    3. Hug-a-Bub Official Ring Sling Instruction Video. This is for ring slings.

    4. How to Breastfeed using a Stretchy Wrap - search You Tube or go to our Facebook page and see Chelsea of Keep Calm & Carry Them show you how with a Newbie Love by Hug-a-Bub.

    Chelsea shows how the Front Wrap Cross Carry style is worn a bit off centre to allow access to the breast.  "Fwcc off-centre doesn’t take much work and is super handy to know. Also, you’ll find this fantastic all-cotton plus mesh magical wrap thing (Newbie) over at Fertile Mind (I know, awesome for warm weather newborns!) (Yes, you’re welcome to share❤️)"

    Posted by Keep calm and carry them on Thursday, January 4, 2018
  • Thousands of uncoordinated mums and dads, grandmas, carers and siblings have learned how to tie a Hug-a-Bub with success.  It's a bit intimidating the first time (see Christine shows new mum Jo how to Hug-a-Bub on Facebook.)
  • There are Step by Step instructions in every Hug-a-Bub box.
  • There are also lots of YouTube videos on tying "stretchy wraps" of various brands (Hug-a-Bub is a stretchy wrap, with semi-stretch properties that make it particularly popular and secure).
  • Here are two ways to tie your Hug-a-Bub to get a great result.  Tip: Practise with a rolled up towel or a stuffed toy before trying with your baby.