Bonding Top RoseItem no. kko-011
94 % Viskose, 6 % Spandex
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Gentle loving care at all times.
Every child needs a great deal of love and affection. For premature babies, warmth and security are particularly important. Skin-to-skin Kangaroo care helps them thrive.
DIDYMOS Bonding Tops allow parents to experience physical and emotional closeness with their newborn baby – holding them safely and securely against their chest, maximising skin-to-skin contact. While body temperature, heart and respiratory rates stabilize, stress is relieved and parent and baby can relax. Skin-to-skin contact is a wonderful way to encourage bonding between parents and their baby.
Designed for immediate use after birth in the hospital or at home, DIDYMOS Bonding Tops help parents deal with an unfamiliar situation in a relaxed manner satisfying the newborn's need of physical closeness in a simple and comfortable manner.
The elastic top holds the infant securely with moderate pressure in the anatomically correct position. Being held close to a mother's or father's body is a state familiar to the newborn and has a soothing effect.
We developed the DIDYMOS Bonding Tops in cooperation with the neonatal unit of the Olga Hospital Stuttgart, Germany to support parents of premature babies in this phase of their lives.
Stretchy, the tops are specially designed for skin-to-skin with your newborn. Hand's free only when sitting or reclining. They are not meant to be a babywearing wrap.
Sleeveless bonding top, available in sizes S to XL.
Washable: washable up to 95 degrees, tumble drying
Age of child: Specifically for premature babies