To say it clearly: No child can be spoiled when carried! Quite the contrary: the basic need for nearness, warmth, love and security is met. The little ones will grow out of the carrying age by themselves and will discover the world with the basic trust that was supported by being carried.
Studies of the research unit for human ethology of the Max Planck Gesellschaft substantiate this: infants and toddlers in traditional cultures enjoy constant body contact with their mothers, fathers and siblings – in contrary to our Western industrial societies. They are independent earlier than the children of the same age in the US and Western Europe.