The leopard position

34-35 weeks pregnant, Baby/parents
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How can you soothe a baby with a lot of gas? How can you hold them to help release it? In this short video, I suggest a position that is very easy to try. Which one? The leopard position, which you can do standing or sitting.

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The leopard position

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