After nine months of warmth, movement and constant contact with mother, birth is a huge transition and babies are in need of a great deal of intimate contact with the parent. Babies who are carried close to the belly, visibly enjoy this direct physical contact. The cherishing body-to-body contact fulfills a primal and profound need of the baby and offers it an ideal position to discover the world. In a cotton sling, baby feels safe and secure, it feels the body warmth, hears its mother's voice and heartbeat. The baby recognizes mother's scent and has constant direct eye contact with her. Carrying your baby in a sling undeniable has numerous advantages. In the first few months, it is quite often not easy for the young father to develop an equally close bond with the baby as the mother. However, with a sling he can undertake things in a very early stage, with the baby safely tucked on his belly. In the security of the sling, baby experiences the world from its safe position. The huge amount of stimuli it has to deal with in a brief period of time do not inspire any fear, because it is so close to the mother. This feeling of security results in the development of a positive self-image and later on, it will form the basis for a confident and assured personality. Contrary to old popular belief, it has become clear that carrying your baby does not lead to overindulgence and dependency, but that it rather accomplishes the opposite.