Toddler Carrying

  1. Which Is The Best Toddler Carrier?

     

    Our Expert Picks of the Best Toddler Carriers and Preschool Carriers

     

     

    There are many different toddler carriers, so how do you know which one to choose? It's a tough decision for sure, but luckily we've got you covered with our in-depth guide.

    What is a Toddler Carrier?

     

    Toddler carriers are carriers that are specifically designed to carry older babies, toddlers and preschoolers. They are bigger versions of baby carriers, that often have reinforced stitching and extra padding.

     

    Toddler carrying is very much the same as carrying a younger baby (it's just doing it with a bigger, heavier baby). You know that you carry your toddler every day

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  2. How to Use the Integra Baby Carrier

    This week we look at Integra baby. A lovely simple lightweight buckle carrier.

    Featured is the size one (baby size) but we also have toddler and preschool options. With options to front carry, hip carry and back carry, it will last and last and let you explore!

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  3. 10 Best Baby Carriers for 2021

    10 Best Baby Carriers for 2021

    10 Best Baby Carriers for 2021

    Beth at Love To Be Natural

    POSTED BY BETH   |   Updated 12.04.21

    Baby carriers are wonderful for babies and allow you to not only bond together, but to get on with everyday tasks hands-free - think tidying up after a toddler,

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  4. When Should You Stop Carrying Your Baby in a Sling?

    When Should You Stop Carrying Your Baby in a Sling?

     

    Babies and parents alike need physical contact right after birth, and the need doesn't stop there. One of the most natural, affirming ways to deepen your relationship with your child is to carry them in a sling.

     

    Carrying your baby brings a plethora of benefits for you and your young child. But how do you know when the time has come to stop?

     

    Every child is different, which means that there's no age that every parent should stop carrying their baby. But as a parent, it helps to know what to look for and think about when you're making this decision.

     

    If you want to make an informed, child-centred decision about when to stop carrying,

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  5. Which Is the Best Baby Carrier?

     

    You're having a baby! And while you're undoubtedly excited to welcome your new addition into the world, you're also scrambling to get your hands on the right baby products. Right now, you're looking for a baby carrier, in particular.

     

    The question you have, however, is this: what is the best baby carrier? There are tons of great options available. So, below, we're going to review some of the top choices and help you make the ultimate decision. Let's go!

     

    How to Choose a Baby Carrier

     

    Baby carriers come in a range of different styles and are made out of a variety of different materials. In other words, they possess a great deal of variation. So, how do you choose the right one? By doing the following.

     

    Make

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  6. Laurna's Love & Carry One Plus Baby Carrier Review

    Laurna's Love And Carry Baby Carrier Review

     

    What a carrier! My first impression when I first opened the Love and Carry One Plus baby carrier was that how light and compact it was, even down to the lightweight buckles.

     

    The whole carrier is well made and so amazingly but at the same time isn't overwhelming. The padding is a lovely thickness without being overly bulky, and the shoulder strap padding seems longer than other carriers.

     

    For smaller babies it adjusts down without creating too much bulk around baby and feels very comfortable on. The waistband is easy to adjust to the size you need for baby, and the height cinches down with two straps at the top of the panel. The straps buckle underneath

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  7. Tula Preschool Carrier Review

    Tula Preschool Carrier Review

    We have been waiting for this carrier for ages! The amazing Tula Preschool Carrier is HERE and we love it! It’s the carrier for your much-bigger kid - 4 years +. It’s the same Tula Carrier we all come to know and love - the same gorgeous prints, the same amazing design and the same ergonomic support and functionality.

     

    Tula Preschool Carrier Review Mason

     

    What’s different though is the size - it’s the largest Tula Carrier yet with a panel of 51.1 x 50.4c

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  8. Love And Carry One Plus Cool Review

    Love And Carry One Plus Cool Baby Carrier Review

    The Love & Carry ONE+ Cool is a really smart carrier. It has all the amazing features of the standard Love And Carry ONE+ Baby Carrier with an added extra - the main panel can be rolled down and neatly tucked away to reveal a mesh panel, to help keep you both cool on hot days, or if you or your little one run warm, it’s ideal to help you keep cool whatever the weather.

     

    So let's dive in a take a look at the main features of this baby carrier:

    • For babies 0-24 months, weighing 3.5 to 15 kgs.
    • Made from 100% cotton.
    • Fully adjustable width and height of the back panel.
    • Keeps the baby's hips in an ergonomic position - the M-position.
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  9. Love And Carry One Plus Baby Carrier Review

    Love And Carry One Plus Baby Carrier Review

    We’ve been babywearing specialists for 11 years. In terms of trying new baby carriers and slings, it’s safe to say we have seen hundreds! Each carrier is hand-picked by our expert team of babywearing consultants, tried and tested by parents, for parents.

     

    Now, not all make it into our store; after babywearing for over a decade, we are super-choosy! We choose each sling for the shop as if we were choosing it for our own babies. Carriers that are suitable for newborn have extra boxes to tick - no mean feat when you’re trying to impress the babywearing experts!

     

    Love And Carry One Plus Key Features

    So enter the new Love And C

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  10. World Breastfeeding Week - Feeding In Different Types Of Baby Carrier

     

    For #worldbreastfeedingweek we are going to look at feeding in various slings and carriers. Today we look at feeding in a half buckle or Meh Dai, using the fabulous Didymos Didyklick

     

    When feeding in a sling:

     

    • Always support babies head
    • Ensure babies hands cup the breast
    • No fabric behind babies head
    • Monitor baby at all times for latching on and off
    • When finished, always reposition baby upright.

     

    If you need any help or support to feed in a sling, feel free to get in touch anytime!

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