Babies are in a curved position in the womb for nine months. After the birth, the baby’s vertebrae are stretched because they have more room to move. To safeguard the baby’s correct development it is essential to provide a suitably curved environment during the first six months. By supporting your baby in an ergonomically responsible way, without pressure points, the vertebra’s natural development is promoted. The chance that the baby ends up in its one preferred position (which could adversely affect the baby’s head) is now reduced by providing a curved environment without pressure points, i.e. lying in a hammock or on a breastfeeding pillow.