The Embrace is the newest carrier from Ergo Baby. Unlike their other carriers that work best from 2 or 3 months ish right through to 2.5 years... this carrier is designed to really fit that newborn and younger baby stage. It works really well right from birth and will last you till around 1 yearContinue reading "Ergo Baby Embrace Review"
Suptumitously soft and super adjustable - the Mamaruga Zen Sling is a real gem of a baby carrier. It combines the feel of a wrap with the intuitive practicality of a buckle carrier. Whilst also being one of the very few carriers that genuinely works beautifully well for tiny babies and then seamless grows with yourContinue reading "Mamaruga Zen Sling Review"
Only the second Vatanai wrap I have ever tried, what struck me most about Opportunity Heartbeat is that it is completely and utterly different to Gaia Labrinth. Heartbeat is a proper heavy weight wool blend, - 47% Egyptian Cotton, 46% Merino Superwash Wool and 7% tencel - with what Vatanai call a "tri-weave". Which means ratherContinue reading "Vatanai Opportunity Heartbeat Review"
The Close Caboo is an excellent and very popular newborn specialist baby carrier, it's a hugely popular option both in the library and the webshop. I have blogged before about its pros and cons and compared the different models available. Here I wanted to focus on what you can do with it! Most people onlyContinue reading "9 Ways to Wear a Close Caboo"
The Lillebaby Complete, as its name suggests, has and does everything! It has a frankly staggering 6 carrying positions, works from a newborn (or maybe a month old) until at least 3, maybe even 4 years old. Its filled with clever design features and has a emphasis on parent comfort with oodles of padding and lumbarContinue reading "Lillebaby Complete All Seasons Review"
This wrap is unlike anything I've ever tried before! It's absolutely stunningly beautiful. I've had the good fortune to try a good number of stunning wraps before, but where this one is different is the slubs. Slubs arise when the threads used to make the wrap is of uneven thickness ... leading to some bigContinue reading "Vatanai Gaia Labrinth Review"
New to the UK, KAYA are a Bulgarian based brand whose gorgeous carriers are being brought to the UK by London based Babywearing shop Nomad Children. Their range includes woven wraps, ring slings, full buckle carriers, meh dai and stretchy wraps. Here I review their full buckle carrier, which is made from their beautifully softContinue reading "Review of the Kaya Babywearing Baby Carrier from Nomad Children"
There are a number of Toddler carriers on the market, and confusingly they vary HUGELY between brands! In particular, they vary most in terms of size! Both in terms of how old your baby needs to be before they are big enough and in terms of how long they will last for. The library hasContinue reading "Toddler Carriers Compared"
Adjustability and longevity - if I had to describe this carrier in just two words they would be it, because this carrier has both in spades. Many carriers on the market advertise birth till 4, but few actually really cover that whole range. The Boba X is probably one of the very few that reallyContinue reading "Boba X review"
Whenever someone is asking me about buying their first woven wrap I always say first and foremost buy something you love. Yes things like weight and length do make difference, but you also have to love it. If it's a design and colour that you love then you'll wear it loads, you'll learn new carriesContinue reading "Girasol Earthy Rainbow Review"