Baby Carrier Recommendations and Reviews

Most babies love to be worn, and you’ll discover many benefits to using a baby carrier for your newborn. A baby carrier is a great alternative when a stroller will be in the way or simply not fit. You’ll soon discover whether you prefer getting out with a stroller, or using a baby carrier. They both have benefits and different […]

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BabyBjörn Original Baby Carrier Review

The BabyBjörn Original Baby Carrier is very popular and is the most commonly seen infant carrier for newborns. Best Features Doesn’t require an additional insert to be used with newborns. Affordable. ( 55.99 – 79.99 on Amazon ) Great neck support, and the extra neck support can be turned down later when your baby can hold up their own head. […]

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ErgoBaby Four Position 360 Review

The Ergobaby Four Position 360 has a design that is focused on being ergonomic for both the baby and the parent. Best Features A very good carrier for newborns if you also get the infant insert, which is sold separately. A design that is focused on being ergonomic for both the baby and the parent. Most of the baby’s weight […]

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Onya Baby Outback Review

The Onya Baby Outback is a soft-structured carrier that strives to be the best solution for active parents. Onya Baby Outback Features Comes alone or as a bundle including the newborn insert/booster seat. It has a high back for the baby, providing excellent back and neck support, and great back and leg padding. Material is a waterproof nylon exterior with […]

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Tula Standard Baby Carrier Review

A beautiful carrier that will last far into toddlerhood. Best Features Can be used for newborns with the additional Deep seat with plent of support for your baby’s hips and spine. Bigger than most of the other carriers and will last your child longer. (up to 45 lbs) The material is cotton and it’s machine washable, but it should be […]

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Boba Wrap Review

A very comfortable stretchy wrap suitable for beginners. Boba Wrap Features Comes with clear instructions making it simple to put on. Designed so that the knot is tied in front so that it is comfortable for sitting. Machine washable, light, stretchy fabric. Very comfortable. Comes in several colors and patterns. Additional Colors Potential Issues Stretchy material means that the baby […]

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Moby Wrap Review

A very comfortable stretchy wrap suitable for beginners. Best Features Even longer than the . Even though it is more material overall, the material is lighter and not as thick as the Boba. Made out of 100% machine washable cotton. There is no stretch to the material, so once the baby is tied in they won’t move down. Additional Styles […]

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Dolcino Woven Wrap Review

The Dolcino Woven Wrap is a larger, more advanced wrap where there are endless possible ways to tie. Best Features Can be used for front, hip and back carries and there are multiple ways to tie in each position. Unlike “stretchy” wraps, this woven wrap stays put once it’s in place. Some woven wraps are stiff at first and take […]

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Baby KTan Review

The Baby K’Tan has a unique wrap-stlye design  that doesn’t require all the wrapping of traditional wraps.  Best Features Unique wrap-stlye look with a design that is similar to a sling and doesn’t require all the wrapping of traditional wraps. Unlike traditional wraps, it comes in different sizes (small, medium, large), rather than just using the same amount of fabric […]

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Infantino Sash Review

A wide and comfortable mei-tai with lots of support. Best Features Extra wide padded straps and excellent lumbar support. Lots of length on the waist and back straps so you can customize the size nicely. Includes a detachable hood that snaps on to cover and protect the baby. Can be worn 3 different ways: Front-facing, Hip-hugging and Backpacking. Potential Issues […]

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