One of the first things you learn in your on-the-job training as a parent is that you need to know how to master the art of multitasking. That's not to say that every person with a child is successful in the art of juggling multiple things at once. It's definitely something that takes both practice and patience. One of the staples of parental multitasking is wearing your little one so you can keep your hands free at all times. But if you're anything like me, you've probably wondered about how to make babywearing less painful since it isn't exactly the easiest thing.
Thankfully, there are quite a few modifications and tips out there to help take the weight off of your shoulders — literally and figuratively. Whether you're carrying your newborn in a cozy sling or toting your toddler like a backpacking hiker, there's a solution for your unique needs. Finding ways to make wearing your little one more comfortable doesn't just benefit your aching muscles, it's likely to make your child feel more secure, too. So if you're new to the kangaroo game or just curious about how to make babywearing less painful, check out these tips.