Royal Baby

Royal Baby
Royal Baby Collection is a clothing brand for babies created and designed by CC. Royal Baby Collection products are produced only from 100% certified organic cotton, are extremely nice to the touch, are friendly to children and the environment. Royal Baby Collection was created out of love for the world, everything that is beautiful, and passion associated with animals. On many products, you can see drawings with horses and animals. According to International Hip Dysplasia Institute: Baby wearing is becoming increasingly popular along with the growing interest in attachment parenting. Proper infant hip position while baby wearing is especially important because the period of time for baby wearing is usually longer than baby transport. The bones of an infants hip joint are much softer than an adult hip joint It is easier for an infant’s hip to become misaligned (subluxate) or dislocate than an adult hip. This is because an infant hip socket is mostly soft, pliable, cartilage. Whereas an adult’s hip socket is hard bone. In order for swaddling to allow healthy hip development, the legs should be able to bend up and out at the hips. This position allows for natural development of the hip joints. The baby’s legs should not be tightly wrapped straight down and pressed together. Swaddling infants with the hips and knees in an extended position may increase the risk of hip dysplasia and dislocation. This is why all Royal Baby Collection products provides loose around the hip and legs, allowing baby easily bend up and out at the hips. It is the recommendation of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute that infant hips should be positioned in slight flexion and abduction during swaddling and baby wearing. The knees should also be maintained in slight flexion. Additional free movement in the direction of hip flexion and abduction may have some benefit. Avoidance of forced or sustained passive hip extension and adduction in the first few months of life is essential for proper hip development.
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