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HOW TO USE - NINNA GO GROW

Ninna GoGrow is an ergonomic and adjustable baby carrier.

Its main feature and advantage is that it combines elements of both the ergonomic carrier and baby wrap. The carrier is soft, fits perfectly and wraps the baby. Buckles and tapes
ensure an optimal and secure position, allow for adjustment the size of the carrier according to the age and size of the baby. Comfort is also provided by a stiffer hip belt - adjustable, fastened with a buckle.

 

Standard size carrier dimensions:

Panel:
bottom width (at the waist belt) and adjustment from 23 cm to 46 cm
upper width (attaching the hood) and adjustment from 24 to 45 cm
height and adjustment from 32 cm to 43 cm


Hip belt:
width 13 cm, length 73 cm, belt-buckles: min 67 cm - max 160 cm (circumference)
The total length of the shoulder strap: 46 cm, length strap with the foam: 41 cm
Shoulder strap width: 9 cm, belt loops at 13 cm

 

Standard + size carrier dimensions:

Panel:
bottom width (at the waist belt) and adjustment from 23 cm to 58 cm
upper width (attaching the hood) and adjustment from 29 to 49 cm
height and adjustment from 38 cm to 53 cm
Hip belt:
width 13 cm, length 73 cm, belt-buckles: min 67 cm - max 160 cm (circumference)
The total length of the shoulder strap: 46 cm, length strap with the foam: 41 cm
Shoulder strap width: 9 cm, belt loops at 13 cm

 

KEY INFORMATION

 

1. Carrying your child in the carrier requires special attention. It is absolutely necessary to remember
that you must take special care. Your balance may be adversely affected by your child’s movements.

2. Special caution must be used while squatting, bending down, leaning out, reaching,
walking up the stairs, walking down the stairs and while performing other activities requiring
the change of position.

3. While walking up or down the stairs it is necessary to secure the child in the carrier with
one hand while holding the panel, and grab the railing with the other hand to ensure stability.

4. In such situations it is recommended to go up or down the stairs sideways, step by step, without rush,
in order to be able to see the child and everything under your feet.

5. The carrier is not to be used during sports and leisure activities, running included.

6. It is forbidden to use the carrier while using a car, bike, scooter, skateboard, rollerblades,
roller skates, motorcycle and other means of transport.

7. The carrier cannot be used as a seat for your child during travels. While travelling,
it is necessary to take your child out of the carrier and transport it in accordance with the rules
applicable to vehicles.

8. In case of premature babies, babies with low birth weight and those with medical problems,
it is necessary to consult a specialist in order to ensure your child’s safety.

 

CARRIER PARTS INFORMATION

1. SHOULDER STRAPS
- soft with a sponge filling, with double height adjustment by using the carrier tape
2. LOOPS
- two rows of loops, that fasten, hold and adjust the height of the hood when worn with
front and back; without a hood, they are an aesthetic decorative element, and additionally
stabilize the risers on the shoulder straps
3. PANEL
– the main part of the carrier that wraps the baby and maintains appropriate posture.
4. WAIST BELT
– an important part stabilizing the carrier, it holds the carrier on the user’s hips, stabilizes the child’s
bottom and maintains its legs at the right angle. It regulates the size of the panel in the carrier
with Velcro.
5. SHOULDER ADJUSTERS
- elements through which the carrier tape passes, regulating the height of the carrier's panel
6. PANEL ADJUSTERS
- elements with a carrying tape adjusting the height of the carrier, increasing the setting
the height of the carrier and a tight fit
7. BUCKLE
– an external plastic part , with additional latch, attested. The buckle fastens the waist belt
and secures its position holding the carrier with the child.
8. WAIST BELT PROTECTIVE RUBBER
– an external part, stretchy, elastic, holding and securing the buckle. In case of accidental
unfastening or mechanical damage of the buckle it holds the waist belt in the right place
protecting your child from falling out.
9. HOOD - a rectangular part attached to the panel in order to secure the child’s head,
it has rubbers on both sides and ties attached to the loops. Flat, wide hood attached to
the external buckle, attached to the panel on both sides. The airy hood is perfect for warm, s
unny days.
10. SHOULDER STRAPS BUCKLE
- shoulder straps fastening element
11. POUCH
- an element on the hip belt, which serves as storage and decoration
12. WINDING THE EXCESSIVE TAPES BANDS
- elements at the webbing belts used to fasten the rolled up tape
13. PANEL BUCKLES
- elements on both sides of the panel fasten the shoulder straps with the panel and regulate the fit

 

In case of carrying your child with the hood put on and fastened, it is necessary
to fasten the hood external buckles on both sides of the panel.

 

 

CARRIER PARTS

 

 

FRONT CARRY:
After attaching the hood and putting your child into the carrier, it is necessary to put the hood
on while supporting the child’s head and neck with your other hand at the same time, to make
them secure. After putting the hood on, it is necessary to use the strings that the hood is equipped
with and to apply additional protection by pulling the strings through the loops located on
the shoulder straps. It is necessary to set the proper length and position of the hood according
to the child’s safe position and pull the strings through the loops twice, starting from the front,
slightly stretching and pulling them again so that the string form a loop with the ending directed
towards the back of the person carrying the child.


BACK CARRY:
After attaching the hood and putting your child into the carrier, it is necessary to put the hood
on while holding the child’s head and neck with your other hand at the same time, to make
them secure. After putting the child into the carrier and securing it according to the instruction,
it is necessary to use the strings that the hood is equipped with and additional protection which
is pulling the strings through the loops placed on the shoulder straps.
It is necessary to set the proper length and position of the hood according to the child’s safe
position and pull the strings through the loops twice, starting from the back, slight stretching and
pulling them again so that the string form a loop with the ending directed towards the chest of
the person carrying the child.

 

Before using the carrier it is recommended to get acquainted with the instruction
and the carrier itself – without the child inside.

For this, it is necessary to try the carrier on, get to know its parts, the system of attaching and
fastening the buckle and the rubber securing the buckle. Read the directions for positioning
the carrier carefully, positioning and fastening shoulder straps, hip belt and panel.
It is necessary to check the hood fastening and the loops securing it.

 

FIRST STEPS:
Unfold the sling on a flat surface.Bring the baby down to measure the extent it belongs regulate
the size of the carrier. Use the 'waist belt adjustment function to adjust the width of the carrier with
velcro. After adjusting the width of the carrier adjust the height of the carrier to the child's size
by using tapes. Smooth and pave the panel material. Check the match of the carrier to the child
size. After checking the fastening, handles and parts, you can try the carrier on,
this time with your child.

 

GENERAL TERMS OF USE:
The carrier is not recommended for children between 3,5-20kg.
Washing and cleaning – every carrier has the label with washing guide correct to the fabric
of wrap that is made.It is helpful, when you want to clean the carrier locally and for example
wash only hood. However, we recommend the carrier should be washed below 30 degrees with
mild detergents. Do not use bleach. Do not spin. Dry spread out on a drying rack. Do not dry on
radiators and electric dryers, do not tumble dry. Do not iron. Do not use chlorine. Do not dry clean

 

                

 

NOTE!
The carrier should be checked for defects, especially abrasions on fabrics, seams, straps,
around buckles, rubber area, elastics and other elements for tying and fastening.

 

REMEMBER!
Never leave your child unattended and hold the carrier – panel – while putting the carrier on.
If you do not feel confident, ask someone for assistance. During the first attempts at using
the carrier and getting accustomed to the carrier, it is worth using someone else’s help.

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you carry your baby with the hood fastened and put on the head, you must first
fasten the hood to the carriers's panel with the press studs on both sides.

 

After putting it on, check that the baby carrier is comfortable and wraps the baby correctly.
When you are bent down, you have the ease to place your baby on your back. If you are using
a hood, it should be attached to the carrier before with press studs and placed over the baby's
head. Remember not to cover the baby's entire head and make sure that baby has an ease
moving the head freely and breathing. In the final stage, there are strings from the hood
they should be threaded through the loops on the shoulder straps. If the baby's position is stable
and the baby is correctly positioned in the carrier you can straighten up and stabilize the carrier.

 

TAKING THE CHILD OUT OF THE CARRIER

Both during front and back carrying you have to take care of your child’s safety when
in the carrier, you have to get prepared for carrying the child and taking it out after a walk.

In order to ensure your child’s safety, remember to secure and hold it, not to leave it unattended,
not unfasten and untie all parts of the carrier at the same time. While taking your child out of
the carrier on your back, it will be helpful to bend down and slightly lower down the child
to your hip.

You may be unconfident during your first attempts but the more times you use the carrier,
the better you will know how to take your child out in a safe way. Do not take the child out when
you are tired or weakened as your reactions may be delayed. In such cases, use another
person’s help. Your child’s safety is a priority.

 

 

FIRST WALK


Your and your child’s comfort is crucial. Try not to put your child into the carrier earlier than
30 minutes after a meal. It concerns both you and your child. It will provide digestive comfort
and help you avoid stomach churning or stomach ache.

At the first attempt of carrying, remember that it is a new experience for your child.
Therefore, it can be capricious, distressed or it can wriggle. A sense of security is very important
so talk to your child smoothly and softly. Rock your child, caress it as in usual situation when
you try to calm it down and make it feel safe and secure. Your calmness is felt by your child
– do not panic and do not get stressed when your child is capricious at the first attempt.

 

REMEMBER!

 

That proper placement of your child in the carrier is of utmost importance.
The child’s legs should be curled up so that there is a 45-degree angle between the legs
and the spine. Child’s legs should not hand down but they should be curled up
(a “frog” position). The proper position requires that the child’s knees are at the same height
as its bottom or above it (“M” position).

While placing the child in the carrier, you have to make sure that the panel wraps the baby
properly. The baby’s back should be slightly rounded in relation to its position in the carrier.
The child's head should not be covered entirely to enable the child to breathe freely.
You should be able to see your child's head at all times to ensure its safety.

After putting your child into the carrier and fastening the buckles, make sure that buckles
are properly fastened, straps are tightened and tied and buckles are secure. Your first attempt
at walking with the carrier and your child in it should be carried out at home. It is helpful t
o use a mirror if you want to check if buckles are properly fastened.

It is recommended to go outside for a short walk at your second attempt. Going outside
at the first attempt can result in your child’s increased distress or excessive movements,
your lack of confidence and too many external stimuli distracting your child.

Do not try to carry the child when it has a cold, fever, when it is hungry, distressed or sleepy.
Always take into consideration that you should not be dressed too thickly. The carrier is
the additional layer of material. The child cannot be overheated. You should also take care
not to dress your child too lightly so that it is not cold when taken out of the carrier.

 


When it is rainy or windy, protect your child’s ears, head, arms and legs from the cold.
Although the hood will provide protection from the cold, it is useful to additionally protect
the child’s head with a hat.

When it is sunny, it is also important to protect your child’s head from excessive sun.
The carrier can be used for front carry and back carry positions.

Hood fastening is additionally secured with the strings and braces. Braces can secure
the hood both in front carry and back carry positions.

 

The child’s head should be secured with the panel, the hood provides additional support.
Securing the child’s head and neck is crucial to maintaining a good posture.


CHILD’S SAFETY:

1. Never unfasten the waist belt when the child is in the carrier.
2. Make sure that your child’s position in the carrier is appropriate to ensure its proper
development and its spine safety.
3. The carrier is not suitable for children below the age recommended in this instruction.
4. Do not lie and do not sleep while using the carrier and when your child is inside.
5. Be cautious while carrying your child and pouring hot beverages at the same time.
6. Do not use the carrier while cooking or tidying up.
7. The carrier is not suitable for children smaller and younger than those indicated in the instruction.
We do not recommend using inserts if your child has not reached required size or age as the insert
will not be compatible with this baby carrier model.
8. At times when you do not use the carrier, take care of it by fastening the buckles,
folding the carrier and keeping it away from your child.
9. The carrier is not adjusted to be used as a car seat or in a different way than recommended
in this instruction.
10. In case of children who are not able to sit up unaided, special care should be taken.
Make sure that the panel wraps the child in such a way that the entire length of its spine is supported.
11. The child in the carrier should be placed at a height that enables you to touch its forehead
with your lips.
12. The panel should be placed between your child’s kneepits. Do not make it too wide or too narrow.
13. Your child’s legs should be comfortably straddled. The child’s position in the carrier should be
natural, similar to that in a baby lounger. 

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