GETTING THE REST JUUUUST RIGHT
Remember to pull those little knees up to hip level. Baby's thighs should always be at least parallel with the ground. When the fabric is spread and your baby is positioned correctly there are three layers of fabric (about a foot in length) spanning the back of your baby's knee all the way around his bottom to the back of his other knee. When the fabric isn't spread it barely covers his bottom and there are only about four inches of stretchy fabric supporting him.
Not very good support; and if gravity has its way, it'll be pulling your babe toward the ground.
We need to get a Boba mantra going.
"Spread the wrap to the back of the knee.
Baby's bottom higher than my bell-eeeeee."
Really, spreading the fabric should not be overlooked. When you don't spread the fabric, the baby is supported by the baby wrap more like a rock-climbing harness supports a climber. Wouldn't you rather be sitting on a sky-chair?