You’ll want the top of the Onbuhimo panel to be at shoulder height, it will fold on itself a bit when baby goes arms out. This provides a great basis of support and keeps their heavy upper body close to your center of gravity. If it is too high, you can pull on the bottom of the Onbuhimo panel before tucking it between you and baby to get it a touch lower.
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- What setting should the Onbuhimo chest strap be on for me?
- My shoulders are killing me, is this normal?
- The panel of the Onbuhimo seems too low on my baby’s back.
- The panel of the Onbuhimo seems too high on my baby’s back.
- My shoulder straps are rolling, how can I prevent this?
- I’m having trouble breastfeeding in my Onbuhimo, help!
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- How can I get my baby higher in the onbuhimo?
- Chest strap doesn’t feel right, help! It is too high, too low.