How to Back Carry in Orbit Baby Carrier, using Superman Toss Technique
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JumpSac Orbit Carrier - Back Carry using Superman Toss Technique
- Best for: Baby/Toddler under 13kg
- Difficulty Level: Advance
- 1 x Orbit carrier
- 1 x baby / toddler under 13kg
- You have mastered the Front Carry for the Orbit soft structured carrier.
- You have experienced Back Carrying with someone's help.
- It will take time, so be patient.
- Practice when baby it already fed and well rested. A tired and cranky baby will not cooperate and will only result in a stressful back carry practice session and a frustrated you.
- Having someone watch you as you go will help give you assurance over baby's safety as you learn this technique, and boost your confidence over time.
- Practice with an experienced person, if you have the opportunity
- Talking to your baby/toddler that he/she is going up on your back and that you'll need him to cooperate for his safety will help prep him/her. Also tell that it'll be a lot of fun riding on your back :)
- Practice, practice, practice.
Warning & Safety Precautions:
- If this is your first time trying this method, please have another person watch you as you go.
- Practice swinging a doll before you swing an actual kid on your back. Get use to the swinging rhythm. Do not hesitate.
- Practice grabbing the shoulder straps, so that you could gauge their location later when you need to grab the shoulders straps when you actually have a kid on your back.
- Practice on soft-ish landing, with pillows around you or you could also stand near a mattress or bed (without sharp bed frame corners), to avoid any mishap.