^i agree with that! a high back carry is great for letting baby have a look about!
a back carry for a 3month old? i thought they had to be bigger/older and have more head control?
I started back carries with my daughter at 3 months once she got a little heavy on the front. The fabric from the wrap extends up over their neck and supports their head, though at 3 months her head control was pretty good. There are some carriers that I wouldn't use on the back with a small baby, but a wrap is very supportive.
You should never let a baby or child FFO. Not only is it bad on their hips and spine, it's also bad for over stimulation and the benefits to babywearing are loss when baby is no longer facing you. It's also extremely uncomfortable to the wearers shoulders, back and hips.
A back carry can actually be done at newborn with the proper carrier and position.
It's not going to make your LO's legs drop off or anything but I would always try to find another way. If nothing else, having LO facing away from you alters your sense of balance because LO's weight is pushed forward away from you rather than tucked up against you, so I think it would be both uncomfortable and make it harder to balance, kind of like when you're pregnant.
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