Before wear, please inspect your Hudlo Baby Carrier for any signs of damage and please follow all manufacturers instructions. Never put your baby in the carrier facing forward. Please tighten and adjust the straps to fit into the first black elastic loop, tighten it further if you need more support. Please be mindful of baby’s head and use the hood as needed, especially when bending forward. Double check to ensure the support belt is wrapped across the baby’s back and under their bottom, and is tied tightly behind your back.

Use help getting your baby in and out of the Hudlo Baby Carrier until you become comfortable using it. It is also wise to practice getting baby in and out over a bed or soft surface like a couch. Initially, it may be easier to place your baby inside the carrier while you are seated.

By purchasing this product, you acknowledge that the Manufacturer or Distributor accepts no responsibility for injury/damage due to the use/misuse of this product. You are responsible for your baby’s safety at all times in the carrier. Never wear your baby while cooking, cleaning, drinking hot liquids, riding a bicycle or in the car. Make sure your baby is kissably close and has an unrestricted airway at all times. Visible and Kissable is the baby carrying mantra, and remember to regularly check on your baby while wearing.

The Hudlo Skin to Skin Carrier has been tested to and passed the ASTM F2907 safety standard

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Hudlo products were created by me, Katie, a registered nurse and board certified lactation consultant and designed by my husband Matt. Hudlo is creating skin-to-skin clothing for moms and babies. Based on years of scientific research we know this practice has a multitude of benefits; keeping babies calm, enhancing brain development, and lowering a mothers risk for postpartum depression are just a few...

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  • Promotes bonding between mother and baby
  • Regulates baby's vital signs
  • Improves breastfeeding success and milk production
  • Decreases risk of post-partum depression
  • Supports the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative