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Oct- 15, 1946. _ F. D. .woon , 2,409,331 BABY CARRIER Filed Oct. 9, 1944 5 ' . 2' Sheets-Sheet 1, ‘ v INVENTOR. Frederick-127175002: ATTORNEYS 0a, 15, 1.946. ' ' F._D.> wbob BABY CARRIER " 2,409,331 ' F'ilavd Oct. 9, 1944, ' 2 Sheets-Sheet 2; IN VEN TOR. V Frederz'c-IaZZ‘VVoad: ATTU RN EYE Patented Oct. 15, 1946 2,409,331 UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE 2,409,331 BABY CARRIER Frederick D. Wood, Jacksonville, Fla. Application October 9, 1944, Serial No. 557,828 2 Claims. 1 (01. 224-6) My present invention, in its broad aspect, has to do with improvements in devices for carrying children or infants, and more particularly, it is my purpose to provide a device of this character, which has a supporting seat for the child or in fant, which is designed to support the child in a position facing the carrier or facing away from the carrier, and which has an adjustable sup 2. rier, or mother, or away from the carrier with its legs hanging over the sides of the seat, I pro vide curved leg depressions d and 5 in each side edge of the seat, and between leg depressions 4, the seat is somewhat extended and squared off as at 6 to mount a body rest part or pad or block ‘I which is curved to ?t comfortably against a per son’s side and extends above and below the seat. porting strap or sling designed to suspend the The block 1 is rabbeted as at 8--see Figure 5--to seat from the shoulder of the carrier, and a body 10 receive the squared 01f edge 9 of the seat as shown rest part, or pad, to comfortably engage the body in Figures 4 and 5. All corners and edges of both of the carrier to steady the seat against the body. the block or pad and the seat are beveled and Other advantages and objects of my invention rounded as at H]. may be brie?y de?ned as follows: (1) , to sustain Attached to the bottom of the seat and extend the entire load from the shoulders of the. car 15 ing up about the ends 2 are the relatively wide rier rather than from the arms, it being merely ends ll of a strap or sling E2. The edges of the necessary with my device to use one arm to go ends converge upwardly as at It toward the about the child to steady it; (2), to provide a shoulder length It of the strap or sling, and the device which is comfortable both for the child length of the strap or sling is adjustable through and the carrier; (3), to provide means for ad the instrumentality of a buckle [5 or other ad justing the device to different sizes of persons; justing means. The strap may be formed of web and (4), to provide a simple, sturdy, structure bing or other suitable material, and in operation, which may be manufactured and sold at small the child may be supported facing the carrier, as cost, and which may be easily kept in a clean in Figure 1, or facing away from the carrier, and and sanitary condition. Other equally important objects and advan tages of my invention will be apparent from the following detailed description taken in connection with the accompanying drawings, but changes in size, shape, form, construction, arrangement and correlation of parts may be made, provided they fall within the purview of my broad inventive concept and the scope of the appended claims. In the drawings, wherein I have illustrated a preferred form of my invention: Figure 1 is a view of the same in use; Figure 2 is a perspective view of my device; Figure 3 is a front elevation; Figure 4 is a plan view, with the supporting strap or sling in section, and taken on the line 4- i) d—4 of Figure 3, and all the weight is sustained by the shoulders of the carrier. It is necessary to use only one arm, and that for guarding or steadying the child. It is believed that the operation and advantages of my invention will be apparent from the fore going, but interpretation of the scope thereof should only be conclusive when made in the light of the subjoined claims. I claim: , 1. An infant supporting device, comprising an elongated seat, the ends of which are curved to ward each other, spaced leg depressions at each side of the seat, an adjustable shoulder strap at tached to the seat at its ends, and a curved block secured at its transverse medial line at one side of the seat to support the same from the body of the carrier. 2. An infant carrying device, comprising an elongated seat having beveled edges and ends erence are used to designate like or similar parts: 45 curved toward each other, and spaced curved leg Figure 5 is a vertical section taken on the line 5-»5 of Figure 3. In the drawings wherein like characters of ref The numeral l designates a seat which may be formed of hard wood, plastic, or any other suit able material, and which is elongated and has ends 2 curved toward each other as shown in Figure 4 with rounded corners 3. Since it is con templated that a child will occupy the seat, as shown in Figure 1, either facing toward the car depressions in each side of the seat, a curved body engaging block secured at its transverse medial line on one side of the seat, and an ad justable shoulder strap having relatively wide end portions attached to the seat at its ends. FREDERICK D. WOOD.