To breastfeed in the Onbuhimo you’ll want to lift up on baby’s bottom with one hand while using your opposite hand to push the buckle away and loosen webbing. This will allow baby to ‘drop’ slightly. Repeat on the other side. Because of the height of baby on your body in the onbuhimo, it may be necessary to actually use your hand to support the breast at mouth height for baby.
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- 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.
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- I’m having trouble breastfeeding in my Onbuhimo, help!
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