Quoting L✌J:" Make sure you tie it at your belly button once your newb is here , it's not safe for them to be down that low. What brand is that? It's super cute "I knew it was kinda low since the pic had the kid higher up, but my damn belly kept getting in the way lmao.. I think its Infantino. And thanks
Quoting USAF wf&m:" I knew it was kinda low since the pic had the kid higher up, but my damn belly kept getting in the way lmao.. I think its Infantino. And thanks "Ah I hate infantino.
Quoting Mommy2Kay:" Definitely not! My son was way too big for me. "
Quoting USAF wf&m:" That kid in the pic (my son lol) is only 21 lbs MAYBE 22 lbs. Hes always been super tiny so im sure this one will be too!"
Quoting Mommy2Kay:" Psst my son was 24lbs by like 7 months lol."My 11 month old is 28lbs and I wear him.
dQuoting L✌J:" Ah I hate infantino. But it's still cute. Oh yeah, I know the belly makes it harder. But there are a lot of moms who still babywear while pregnant, but most put the child on their back instead "
Quoting USAF wf&m:" I usually hate Infantino as well, but I read like a million reviews on this one on amazon and it had ... [snip!] ... for $40 its worth a try. Ill prob use the Moby the most when newb is born and once he gets a little older ill use this one!"Does it seem to be well constructed?
Quoting L✌J:" Does it seem to be well constructed? That's my only issue. Their first "mei tai" style carrier was complete ... [snip!] ... construction department. And if you want you can use it from birth, just roll the bottom up. I used a mei tai from birth "
Quoting USAF wf&m:" OMG how cute!! Ahh I cant wait to have a little baby again! It seems pretty sturdy to me. The straps are pretty thick and the material seems very sturdy.. Hopefully it holds up! "He's a big guy now
Quoting L✌J:" He's a big guy now He'll be 11 months in a few days and that was in July. He's 28lbs lmao."