Babies naturally have their legs flexed at the knees. Help them to continue this posture with the correct baby carrier, whether it's on your back or your front - if their legs hang straight, this is an unnatural position and a bad carrier for your baby.
for that awkward kangaroo time. If only i had his when Ruthy was in the NICU! could have avoided so much awkwardness! Imagine a skin-to-skin carrier that's a shirt. It lets you keep your newborn close out in public.
Moby Wrapping Basics: If you have a Moby, you're going to need these -- wrapping instructions. It's not hard, but it does take practice. YouTube also has tons of handy videos, just be aware that not all YouTube videos show safe techniques, so use your discretion.