With so many baby carriers in the market, is there a need for another one?
In this page, you will discover the benefits of the Cococho baby carrier comparing to other baby carriers.
SAFE AND EASY TO USE
The use of the Cococho carrier is particularly safe thanks to its structure and mode of use. The child is secured in the carrier prior to wearing it. This method is similar to the back framed carriers and allows to wear the baby with the carrier like a knapsack in front,and later on the back.
As is the case with many carriers, babies feel so comfortable in the Cococho carrier that sleep comes easily to them. The ergonomic design of the carrier’s back supports the infant’s head and neck constantly.
A huge advantage of the Cococho carrier is that your baby doesn't wake up when taken out of the carrier or when the carrier is taken off. With the Cococho carrier, your baby can simply stay secured and cuddled in the carrier after taking it off (keep your baby under attention).
RIGHT AFTER BIRTH
The Cococho baby carrier may be used for a new born, right after birth, provided the pregnancy was normal and fully completed from 7 lbs/ 3.2 kg. It will adapt to your baby's development from the phase its muscles are weak and its bones are soft, until it will become a young toddler weighting 40 lbs/ 18 kg.
The space provided by the carrier is fully compatible, needing no additional accessory for young babies.
Both the baby and the adult will experience a feeling similar to that of pregnancy because of the closeness and oneness. it's a great tool for the fourth trimester (Now Daddy can experience pregnancy for himself 😉).
ERGONOMIC FOR THE BABY
The back and head support of the Cococho carrier supports the child's head and neck even before positioning the loaded carrier on the adult, and works when the baby is either awake or asleep.The Cococho's back support is roomy enough to allow the baby's back to curve naturally with arms inside the carrier, allowing the baby to use them.
SAY GOOD-BYE TO BACKACHES
Keeping the carrier close to the body and in high positioning is recommended to prevent back aches. The positioning of the baby, when not in close contact with the adult’s back, such as in framed back carriers, generates motion and positions the baby away from the adult's center of gravity, causing pressure on the back.