SySrion� Baby Wrap Carrier – Soft Bab…


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jeulrich2 Very cozy and easy to clean. It does take some time to put on.

Amy S My cousin recommended this before I was pregnant. She was using hers with her 6 month son (her second). I bought two before my baby arrived. I have severe musculoskeletal (especially shoulders and back) and joint problems and need something that will not aggravate my problems. I have no complaints in that aspect. I have put my son in it many times while out and about, around the house, and even at the mall for over 2 hours. I first put him in it the day after we got home from the hospital, when he was only 6 pounds. Everywhere we've gone, people have stated how great they think it is and how they wish they'd had one. My reply is that he is as close to being back in my belly as he can get(without the nausea, etc). He loves to be held and cuddled, so this is perfect.

The ends do drag the floor when putting it on, but with a little practice, I've figured out how to get around that. You do have to readjust sometimes, and it takes a little getting used to figuring out how you like it to fit. I did not find it difficult to put on at all; just watch the video for instructions.

One of the best things about it is that you can tuck baby's head into either side, which is great before they develop neck strenth. Baby is very secure and I NEVER feel like he will fall out. Before using it, I was concerned about air flow, but this has not been a problem. You can even easily bottle or breast feed baby while in it.

The only true problem I have is that it is warm to be wrapped in the additional material, which may be a problem when its 100+ degrees again. Otherwise, I have dressed in layers so I can have something lighterwieght on if I use it, and its very cozy in the cool outdoor weather we have now.

I highly recommend you try this. We keep one on hand at all times. I have been grateful to have it on many occasions, especially in places where a stroller won't go and those times when you need one or both hands.

Steph I am a 3rd time mom and used traditional baby carriers the first 2 times. This time I wanted something better with more back support since I would be chasing 2 little boys while wearing my baby girl. I did alot of research and found the Moby wrap and almost everywhere it had great reviews. I was a little shocked about how LONG! it was when I got it. I am giving it 4.9 stars because the length is what I hate. It drags the floor when you put it on and it is not super convenient to use, but when you do have the time to put it on it is awesome! My traditional baby carrier never offered great headsupport for a newborn (I always had to keep a hand behind their head to keep it from swaying around) but the Moby wrap offers great headsupport and my 2 month old loves it. My back doesn't hurt like it did with the other carriers. Just be careful if you use the sling wrap with the Moby to make sure you follow the recent warnings about infants suffocating because of their chins being compressed down onto their chests. My baby didn't like that wrap anyway so we use the hug hold and she goes right to sleep.

First-time mom I am a 3rd time mom and used traditional baby carriers the first 2 times. This time I wanted something better with more back support since I would be chasing 2 little boys while wearing my baby girl. I did alot of research and found the Moby wrap and almost everywhere it had great reviews. I was a little shocked about how LONG! it was when I got it. I am giving it 4.9 stars because the length is what I hate. It drags the floor when you put it on and it is not super convenient to use, but when you do have the time to put it on it is awesome! My traditional baby carrier never offered great headsupport for a newborn (I always had to keep a hand behind their head to keep it from swaying around) but the Moby wrap offers great headsupport and my 2 month old loves it. My back doesn't hurt like it did with the other carriers. Just be careful if you use the sling wrap with the Moby to make sure you follow the recent warnings about infants suffocating because of their chins being compressed down onto their chests. My baby didn't like that wrap anyway so we use the hug hold and she goes right to sleep.

NolaMommy I used the moby the day after we had got home. It was so helpful for me to use both hands to lift myself instead of baby in one and the other to move myself! I would highly recommend! I can do just about anything w/ both hands and not have to put one hand on him especially for head support. Cradle hold is out favorite!

Crys first time mom This product is absolutely amazing. A must have for any mom. I have only carriers as well, but nothing works as well as this. I felt safe putting my daughter in there and have never felt uncomfortable or as if she were going to fall out. My daughter is 11 months old and 20 lbs and I still use it. As a newborn, she could snug right in as if she were in the womb again and sleep so peacefully. She loved it. If you are considering buy/registering for any type of carrier, give this one a try. The others felt as though they were going to unhitch and were supportive enough to use when she was too small to hold her head up.

cheryl mom of 2 (every mom's a busy mom) I use it every day, it puts my son right to sleep. I can live again and i have 2 hands that i can use again all the time. My son is 3 months old and 17+ pounds. He loves it. There are so many ways to use it too. My son gets bad tummy aches and gas, i feed him when he's in it (upright) and he doesn't fuss anymore. It's great for bonding with baby too. He's so content in this. It's soooooooooo much comfier than a regular baby carrier.

meghabyte It is so versatile...baby can be cradled in it, upright facing forward, backwards, on your hip, even on your back. It doubles as a great cover-up while breastfeeding. I also own a Bjorn Air and I find the Moby much more comfortable since it distributes the weight evenly over your whole back, not just the upper back/shoulders like the Bjorn. At first, figuring how to wrap it on you may be difficult, but after a couple tries it gets much easier! I just love it!

Kate M. My Moby Wrap came with a booklet with instructions on how to wrap it for different positions. I was suprised at how long the wrap actually is, but after a couple of tries it was so easy to use! My baby wasn't sure what to think of it at first, she is used to the baby bijorn but quickly became accustomed to it. It doesn't hurt your shoulders or back like the other ones do. The baby's weight is equally distributed. I would recommend this for everyone!

jlbanana This is my son's "happy place." He is a very fussy baby (currently 2 months old), and immediately upon being put in the wrap, he is calm, and soon asleep. The only other carrier I would have considered is the Ergo, but I couldn't afford it, and I think my son especially enjoys the tight snuggly wrap of the Moby anyway. The only drawback to the Moby is that the fabric is so long - if you put it on outside or in a place with a dirty floor, you're destined to pick up some dirt. Be sure to look for online videos that demonstrate how to put on the Moby.



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