Some mothers naturally have this desire, while others grow into it.
Babies instinctively have the ability to bring out this “mother-and-baby attachment” desire in mothers.
Every baby’s actions and behavior encourages activation of child-rearing instincts and hormones.
These hormones bring out the desire in mothers to develop a secure mutual attachment. Attachment Parenting is a style parents naturally embrace when following their own intuition.
When you are in close physical contact with your baby with a sling, it encourages not only children to feel secure and content, but encourages a high child-rearing hormone level in the parent.
Babies are comforted by the motion, smells, and warmth of their parents.
Babies in slings are usually quiet and content. This makes them much more adaptable in adult surroundings.
For mothers, it makes breastfeeding easier and discreet and therefore makes mothers feel more comfortable.
In many countries around the world, this style of parenting has been practiced as a traditional habit for centuries.
Sling’s pouch allows a baby to move freely.
As a mother is aware of her baby’s cues and signals, she learns to understand her baby’s wants and needs little by little.
Also, the baby learns that a mother can receive their signals, and they soon send signals with confidence.
Babies who feel responded to, connected and valued, cry and fuss less.
This means they have more time to learn and grow.
Responding to signals results in less frustration and stress for both parents and baby.
Deepening the bond between parent and child is the goal of attachment parenting, and P-sling is the ideal tool for achieving it.