“Girasols were recommended to me as a good beginner wrap, being supportive yet not too thick, not too hot, and easy to work with. They definitely have been great for us! They are softer right out of the box than most wraps, which means less time breaking them in and more time using them. The colorways are gorgeous - and they have so many, now! The hardest thing is choosing just one! (Or...” --HeatherB
“ I LOVE my Maya Wrap! I got it when my son was about 2 months old because the Baby Bjorn I had was beginning to hurt upper back and shoulders. We still use the Maya currently, and my son is 18 months old and about 30 pounds. I love the variety of positions that this sling offers...we have used them all! Now we use the hip carry exclusively, and both my son and I love his being so...” --Elismommy
“ several friends had success with pouch slings but i never did. maybe i had the wrong size? but it was always too tight and baby hated it. I'll stick with the Moby :) ” --BryMama
Whether you're out with your child wandering the urban jungle or hiking with them in the hills, the Outback offers a more performance-oriented approach to the soft-structured carrier. A durable, water-resistant, rip-stop nylon exterior and air-mesh lining makes it perfect for hot weather or hiking the trails. Parent and child will stay cooler with the air-mesh lining, which wicks away...
Cruising through your day with your child in a versatile, soft cotton baby carrier is what it's all about. Whether it's a visit to the park, a long walk on the beach, or a quick stop at the farmer's market, it's designed to carry your child on your front or back. The Cruiser has an integrated seat that fits on most chairs, so you can enjoy meals together without having to...
The latest redesign to this model makes it a true full featured child carrier.
“ I was given this carrier as a gift, my very first baby carrier. I used it the day my daughter and I left the hospital. We got home, I watched the video, put her in and was on my way. This was such an easy to use carrier. I did everything with her in it! I even used it running through the airport when she was 7 months old. Then when her brother was born I couldn't find it and when I finally...” --Angela Johnston
“ I LOVE my sleepy wrap. Much better than a Moby. It is thinner and therefore not as bulky. It is aslo super soft ( think of a worn in old tee shirt ) and stretchy. The stretch of the fabric makes it easier to get baby in. You just need to make sure to wrap it TIGHT, so baby does not slip. I teach babywearing classes and this is a favorite by everyone. This is better for babies until they are...” --LahncasterDoula
“ I love my babytrekker. It's super comfy and once you figure it all out, I find it rather simple to use. My sons both seemed to feel comfortable in it and I was able to use it with my second boy from birth to a bit over 18 months with no issues. I'd have used it longer but I mostly use it to take walks and started letting him walk around with us a little after that and then I got preggo again...” --dayiscoming2006