For a more confident baby, ditch the pram and carry them upright: Technique allows child to observe world as parents see it

For a more confident baby, ditch the pram and carry them upright: Technique allows child to observe world as parents see itAuthor Jared Diamond said parents could learn a great deal from techniques used in the Amazon and AfricaCarrying babies upright can leave them more 'emotionally secure, self-confident, curious, and autonomous' By Nick Mcdermott PUBLISHED: 01:56 GMT, 7 January 2013 | UPDATED: 01:59 GMT, 7 January 2013 New parents should carry their baby upright and facing outwards to improve the youngster’s development, a leading academic suggests.

WATCH : Man closes down street and proposes to girlfriend with flash mob of 300 dancers and Bruno Mars’ Marry Me

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Mother receives life-saving kidney transplant after family friend secretly puts herself up as a donor

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Cancer girl Diamond Marshall, who won Kate Middleton"s heart, celebrates Christmas miracle

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