Parents can help ease this transition during the fourth trimester by wearing their babies. Wearing your baby will keep them warm, close to you, they can hear your heartbeat, smell your unique scent, and you can comfort them easily.
This is where a wrap such as the Moby Wrap comes in. You could of course carry your baby in your arms everywhere, but this is hard to do, not always practical, and not always in an overly cradling position. When you use a wrap, your baby is snuggled up right next to you, warm, and yet you can still use your hands and get things done (not to mention it’s not going to wear out your arms like holding a baby for all that time would…babies are light but after a few hours your arms will disagree).
Moby Wraps are amazing. Who knew a simple piece of fabric could work so well to hold your baby?
Here are some of the amazing things about a Moby Wrap:
Are best for infants but Moby says they will hold all the way up to 35 lbs.
Lots and lots of fabric. This means it will fit most anyone and you can try many different carry options.
One size so anyone can use it!
Great detailed instruction booklet that helps you with the different carry options.
Made of 100% cotton, which is nice and soft.
Lots of colors, prints, UV’s, organic, etc.
There is a bit of a learning curve to using a wrap but once you get the hang of it, you will love how close and snug it keeps your baby.
Moby Wrap offers wraps on their site in their original line and modern line ($47.95), design line ($55.95), UV line and print line ($52.95) organic line and MLB Edition line ($62.95) and Dolcino Woven line ($125-140)
Moby Wrap has offered to let one of you win a Moby Wrap of your own!
Disclaimer: I was given a complimentary Moby Wrap for the purpose of facilitating my review. All opinions expressed were not influenced by the company and are 100% my own.a Rafflecopter giveaway