One of the most daunting things about using a baby carrier can be getting it on and your baby inside without tying yourself up in knots, not to mention the fear of letting something you are wearing safely hold your baby! Being hands free can feel very unnatural at first. The Complete Original baby carrier from Lillebaby comes with a great instruction manual with some of the most smiley women you have ever seen, clearly illustrating how to approach each carrying option.
The Free-To Grow is a fully adjustable, ergonomic baby carrier whose width and height can be easily changed as your baby grows. With 19 beautiful styles to choose from it is fuss free, no infant insert required, and it can be used from as little as 7lbs up to 45lb. Constructed from 100% OEKO-TEX standard 100 certified fabric the Tula Free-To-Grow are hand-made, the body panel adjusts to three different widths settings and two height settings which could take you from new-born to early toddler.
Even though I have recently level upped into fully fledged grown-up (turned 30 AND got married in the same year), all my clothes feature at least one of three things: the colour black, rips. or skulls. Although my Mum thinks I should grow up, I’m ok with that. Being in the same position as a lot of people my age who are newly married, we are preparing for the next step (no, not divorce), the pitter patter of tiny financial burdens.
The Deuter Comfort III is a premium child carrier, providing comfort to both pilot and passenger on trips out. I will dive straight in by taking you through the specs, it is on the large side at 80cm x 43cm x 34cm (H x W x D), Volume 18L and Weight 3500g, baby can go in this as soon as they can support their head (6-8months) and is suitable up to a maximum weight of 48.5 lbs.
The early stages of parenthood aren’t easy, on top of the sleep deprivation, constant feeds and comforting there will be an instant doubling of house hold chores to try and squeeze in between naps and desperately needed showers. This all becomes 100 times harder if your little one can’t bare to be put down for more than 5 minutes.