Instructions

Babywearing is common around the world and has been practiced for decades. Despite how widespread it is to carry your baby, user error is one of the largest factors in reported injuries. It is important to learn and understand how to safely use your TwinGo Carrier. Please read all warnings and instructions before using your carrier.

Tandem Carry

This video demonstrates how to assemble and load two children in the TwinGo Carrier.

TwinGo Carrier || Dual Carry Instruction from TwinGo Carrier on Vimeo.

When will my baby be ready?

Tandem or Dual Carry is ideal when at least one baby meets ALL 3 criteria to carry him/her on your back:

  1. Development: Baby must have well-developed head/neck control when awake and asleep.
  2. Size: Baby must be tall enough his head is outside the carrier and his legs must be long enough to comfortably straddle the panel of the carrier
  3. Age: Baby must be 4+ months corrected age in good health

 

Single Front Carry

This video demonstrates how to carry one baby on your front in the Base Carrier.

This video demonstrates how to set up the backpack shoulder straps and wear the Attachment carrier in the Front Carry Position.

This video demonstrates how to install the shoulder straps, crisscross them and load a baby in the Front Carry position.

When will my baby be ready?

The front carry is ideal for babies starting at 10 lbs, or starting at 7 lbs with the use of the TwinGo Infant Insert.

Single Front CarrySingle Front Carry

Single Back Carry

This video demonstrates how to put a baby on your back. This method is used for both single-child and double-child methods.

This video demonstrates how to take a baby off your back. This method works for both single-child and double-child methods.

When will my baby be ready?

  1. Development: Baby must have strong and consistent head/neck control when awake and asleep.
  2. Size: Baby must be tall enough his head is outside the carrier and his legs must be long enough to comfortably straddle the panel with knees extending over the edge of the carrier
  3. Age: Baby must be 4+ months corrected age in good health

Please read: Is my baby ready for Back Carry in the TwinGo?

Single Back Carry Single Back Carry

 

 

Storing Your Carrier

This video demonstrates how to fold the carrier into its own pocket for convenient storage.

More PDF Instructions

Videos are coming soon! 

Attachment Shoulder Straps Hip Carry Position

Attachment Shoulder Straps Attachment Shoulder Straps

Sleep HoodsSleep Hoods

 

 

About Product Testing & Compliance

TwinGo LLC is a proud member of the Baby Carrier Industry Alliance. The TwinGo Carrier was tested to the following safety standards:

EN13209-2:2005, ASTM F2236-14, and CPSIA.

The TwinGo Carrier was tested as two separate single carriers worn on the front, worn on the back and as a tandem carrier. A total of 5 separate ASTM 2236 tests were conducted and a total of 5 separate EN13209-2 tests were conducted. TwinGo has invested a lot of resources in research, development and testing.