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Published on Oct 7, 2013
This video shows an easy method for getting an older baby (who is at least able to sit unsupported) onto your back. It's a variation of a superman toss that I learned from Ann Marie Rodgerson that doesn't involve crossing arms and is easy to learn. This method makes it especially easy to be sure to hold baby's whole torso (rather than just arms) while tossing. It's also really easy to teach because the person can easily toss baby over either shoulder and there's no need to figure out which way to cross arms or which shoulder to toss over.