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by Mary Jessica Hammes January 12, 2012
image: Maya Wrap
I use a few different carriers but for the newborn stage, I used a Kangaroo Korner Adjustable Pouch with both of my children. I loved it – it was lightweight, easy to use, suitable for a small frame. Mine were mesh so they were stretchy and breathable – great for my summer babies! I was stopped everywhere I went by moms and moms-to-be eager to know what I was wearing! Unfortunately, I think the company is now out of business.
I love this kind of baby carrier. It looks comfortable and easy to do.
I’m due to have my child right in the middle of November, so I’m tempted to get a Moby wrap baby carrier. I don’t think I would need to use one after the first few months anyway. Exactly what kind of fabric is it made out of? How big can a child get before they start to sag and I need something sturdier?
The Moby is a stretchy wrap made from knitted fabric. It is a good choice for babies 1 year old or younger. It can fit babies up to 35 pounds but many parents say it’s not comfortable for heavy toddlers. See slide #9 for more information and a link to Moby’s site.
Great pic! What is your take on a moby wrap baby carrier? My daughter wants one for her baby.
Hi! Mary Jessica here. Many of my friends have used the Moby and loved it, very highly recommending it. They are great especially for younger babies; with larger babies/toddlers, there might be some sagging because the fabric is stretchy. Also, wearing a wrap like that might get kind of warm, depending on your climate. Check out slide #9 for more info on the Moby.
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