The babywrap even more accessible, for discovering babywearing
The "BASIC" baby wrap responds to a wish we had for a long time: to offer a high-quality wrap, at a price suitable for young families and budgets who can not enjoy the Original Wrap and all the spectrum of use it offers.
With the Basic, everyone can now try and discover baby carrying without the budget being a problem.
The BASIC is also aimed at parents who do not feel the need to have all the versatility and comfort of adjusting the original JPMBB wrap but who nevertheless want to try the carrying adventure and its benefits.
The Basic is not only light as by its tariff and its reduced size, but also by its aired and pleasant in hot weather fabric.
With silkscreen print on the center of the wrap, to the glory of our dear Babies
Differences with the JPMBB Original wrap: more accessible, but less versatile.
Less high, shorter, without pocket, allowing a more accessible price, it offers baby wearing in front only.
The fabrics used for the BASIC and BASIC Fluo series are different from the JPMBB Original wrap, although they also contain spandex, to allow this JPMBB unique experience of baby wearing and proximity with Baby.
The "french terry" jersey is a generic knit that is perfectly suited for baby wearing, which offers great softness and a fleece appearance, while being airy and at an affordable price to discover the baby wearing.
The BASIC baby wrap allows you to tie the knot beforehand, so before installing your baby in it.
You can then pop in and out Baby without undoing your knot. With newborns, this is very appreciable because the diapers for example, are changed many times a day.
From this basic knot, without undoing the knot, put Baby in several positions, depending on age and needs.
No compromise is made on the maintenance of the back and the safety of Baby thanks to the positioning and weaving mode of JPMBB.
With the BASIC wrap you get all the experience and expertise of the JPMBB baby wearing, the quality of the instructions and positions proposed, the service, the colors.
Although tested up to 14kg like most other baby carriers on the market, we recommend using under 10kg for it to be the most pleasant. You can of course carry beyond it, but it's a little less pleasant and less practical to settle.
Oeko-tex 100 Fabric.
From 3.5 kg
Recommended for optimal use up to 9kg / 9 months
Certified for up to 14 kg and 36 months
4.60m by 50cm long
95% Cotton 5% Elastane Baby Wrap
Dyes and treatments without heavy metals.
Guaranted 2 years (excluding seams)
Machine wash 30°C, do not tumble dry.
Made in Turkey.
More info on conformity and JPMBB quality.
The «stronger shoulder» is a pedagogical concept used to give the wrapper instructions when he first tries wrapping, all the while preserving the habits and reflexes he / she already developed when caring for Baby.
During our workshops, we ask parents to hold a weighed doll - spontaneously, without any further instructions. The shoulder on which they instinctively put Baby is the one we’ll consider the «stronger» shoulder.
We noticed that it’s easier to start wrapping this way.
When using carries that begin from Pre-Tied Advanced PWCC (Vertical / Seated Cradle or Front positions), the upper strap is on the stronger shoulder, so we begin with putting Baby on this shoulder and then we put him in the lower strap that’s on the opposite side. The wrapper will find that it’s easier and will be more confident trying these new moves.
This whole stronger shoulder concept is important for wrapping a newborn in Pre-Tied Advanced PWCC.
When using Hip Carries, people tend to get mixed up and think the stronger shoulder is on the side of the hip that Baby sits on, but that’s not necessarily true. So attention must be paid to the hip we want the Baby to sit on, not only to the stronger shoulder. In this case, if using One-Shoulder Hip Carry (front PWCC), you may need to switch the side of the superior strap.
Before your baby reaches 4 months:
The wrap must support his head (in a Vertical / Seated Cradle Carry with a one month-old for example) from behind his neck, especially if you're walking and he's asleep.
In front carries, with his spine in a curve, his head is naturally supported as it lies against the wrapper (be careful to relieve tensions as it falls to his chest or turns to the side).
Baby's airway should be clear at all times.
After 4 months, when baby has good head control:
As his neck becomes more mobile, he probably won't like having fabric on his head when he's awake, but you can try and put the wrap on his head when he is asleep.
The whole range of Love Radius' babycarriers - the physiological babycarrier HoodieCarrier, the physiological babycarrier PhysioCarrier, the Original JPMBB Baby Wrap, the Little Wrap Without A Knot, and the BASIC JPMBB baby wrap- is recognized as hip-healthy products for Baby by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute (IHDI).