A lot of moms love the New Native baby carrier, and for good reasons too. It is surprising to note how often we try to modernize techniques by going back to the older forms. Take for instance the way in which the moms have always carried their babies. During the early days of human civilization, babies were carried by their mothers in some crude form of cradleboards or slings.
A foraging mother who could not afford to leave her baby in a lien terrain had no other alternative but to carry the infant in a makeshift sling made out of moss and furs and tied tightly to her frame. It gave her the freedom to pluck fruits or gather honey while the infant nestled safely close to her body. In fact, some Native North American Indian tribes still practice this simple and yet effective way of carrying their babies.
However, one of the more enterprising companies that took the lesson from the early history of how babies were carried by their mothers invented a new type of carrier that took all of the relevant points into consideration. With this idea came a new product and it became a big success as well.