“It’s a wonderful sleep aid & comfort doll. My son has had his since he was 2 days old. He has had it for over a year now. He loves it. Plays with it, chews on it, and cuddles with it. I plan on buying the toddler one soon and retiring this one to the keepsake box.”
Kangaroo care is a technique practiced on newborn, usually preterm infants, wherein the infant is held, skin-to-skin, with an adult. In kangaroo care, the baby wears only a diaper and a hat and is placed in a fetal position with maximal skin-to-skin contact on parent’s chest. The baby is secured with a stretchy wrap that goes around the naked torso of the adult, providing the baby with proper support and positioning. If it is cold, the parent may wear a shirt or hospital gown with an opening to the front and a blanket or a SNOEDEL over the wrap for the baby.