Best Baby Carrier/Sling or Back Carrier

Best Baby Carrier

by Emily Gilbert |
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This baby carrier from BabyBjorn is a lightweight baby carrier that offers exceptional weight distribution, comfort, and breathability and absolutely wowed me with the drastic upgrades from our current model.

Ergonomic baby carrier that ensures comfort for both parents and children. It provides the closeness the child needs, ensures an optimal position and supports the child's healthy development.

This Tie-Dye wrap has got us all a-fluster! Both subtle and on-trend, this wrap is our new favourite! 100% natural cotton means that it is supportive, soft and lightweight. Ideal from 5lbs to 33lbs. Certified as Hip Healthy.

The ergonomic cotton-blend baby wrap that is as easy to put on as a T-shirt. Its side loops allow you to adjust the width according to your build and the age of your little one, and the breathable, ergonomic backrest will help you avoid overloading your back!

Complete with 4-in-1 carrying positions to offer baby optimal support and a change of scenery all while keeping them close. Savvy’s optimal support lets your little one sit smart in a comfortable M-shaped position that promotes healthy spine and hip development, certified hip healthy by the hip dysplasia institute.

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