Other Tips & Ideas
* Take the time to practice tying your Chibuki. Although even a poorly tied Chibuki is quite comfortable, the level of support and coziness goes skyrocketing when done properly.
* The Chibuki is made to be worn snugly. It's at it's most comfortable when the straps are pulled smooth. Keep doing the "bounce" until you get it just right, you won't believe how great you will feel.
* The higher and tighter your Chibuki is tied, the more comfortable you will be. Fabric usually settles every so often. When this happens and you sense that things are a bit loose, take a moment to bounce and tie - it's completely worth it.
* Always have another person spot you when you are learning a back carry. It is not hard, but it does takes a bit of practice.
* Be very careful when you untie your carrier, especially when taking baby off of your back. Whenever tying or untying, keep one hand on your baby at all times..
* Don't be afraid to try new carrying positions. If you discover one that we haven't thought of - please let us know!!