I am fairly new to baby wearing. I wore my son a little bit when he was younger (he is now two). I only had this tiny "crotch dangler" carrier that I used to walk to the mailbox. Most of the time I would have to tuck a blanket over him to shield him from the sun. Once I got it tucked I was okay for a while. Once it came undone it was a pain in the rear to get it back on!
It was not until recenlty that i learned about different types of carriers like Bjorn, Tula, and ring slings. not too long ago I got myself a tula, which I absolutely love. Tula for example you can use with toddlers. I was excited I could baby wear my son also! The tula comes with a cover for the sun but it does not allow baby to see out.
I was happy to get the opportunity to try this product out. I really liked that its universal. You can use it with an a crotch dangler, a tula or even a seven slings baby sling!
It is really easy to put on. You just wrap it around and velcro in the back! There is also cover you can wear to protect the little one from bug bites!
Every time I had the chance to try and take my own photos of this product my kids were not on the same page. They were either sleeping or fussy! (my daughter is still getting over an ear infection)
Instead I decided to take my photos with a stuffed animal , haha!
My fiance agreed to help me with the first photo, his only stipulation was he did not want to get up. He was too comfortable in his spot on the couch (hes my Sheldon haha). Once i mentioned a second set a photos he quit! I then had to figure out how to do a "selfie" of this product. That was quite interesting!
I cannot wait to wear this with my daughter in the carrier, instead of Mr. Frog!
I really like this product for its quality and how easy it is to use!
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