“ This is the carrier I used for small infants. It is the easiest to get them into and out of. I own two of the same ones, one for in the house and one for the car. Also good for babies who like to face outwards. Once the babies get bigger, though, the straps dig into your shoulders. It is great for easy, short trips like the grocery. ” --nicolerenee515
Can be worn on the front facing in or out, on the hip, or back. With just a little practice, the tying methods quickly become second nature. Do not carry your baby front facing forward until he or she can support his or her head.
Our mei tai has many innovative features that babies and parents love! The base fabric is a supersoft 100% brushed cotton that is sturdy but snuggly. The print panel features stylish and popular cotton quilting designs from makers such as Alexander Henry, Michael Miller, Free Spirit, and Amy Butler. It also has a hideaway hood, so you can stuff the hood entirely into the carrier body when not...
“ Awful straps around the back, very uncomfortable. Dangling crotch area is obviously uncomfortable for baby as well. I hate it! ” --Ps Mamae
“I bought the Pikkolo to have an option for a buckle carrier where my little one could have his legs out rather than in. The Pikkolo has an adjustable base which allows both small babies to be legs out and also any baby to face forward while still sitting ergonomically. I tried it out, immediately, with my 3yo son, and was amazed at how comfy it was, even with him. The baby was far more...” --HeatherB
“ This was my favorite sling to use. I could nurse in it very easily and both the baby and I were comfortable and safe. ” --jassyp101