Baby Carriers & Slings

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Babies want to be carried! What better way to do so than with Baby Carriers! 
Often referred to as 'babywearing', it is more than just a convenient way to transport your baby, it is also a way for your baby to feel safe. The act of holding your baby gives the baby a sense of security and so with the use of baby carriers, babies thrive!


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Ergobaby Omni 360
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Nuna Cudl Baby Carrier
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Red Kite Ara Baby Carrier
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Jane Hip Seat
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Ergobaby Aura Lightweight Wrap
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Jane Revolution Baby Carrier
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Jane Like Baby Carrier
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Jane Cocoon Baby Carrier Sling
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Jane Travel Baby Carrier
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Jane Kangaroo Baby Carrier
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Jane Dual baby carrier
 
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FAQ's - The top 5 questions asked about baby carriers and their answers:

It depends on the type of carrier, but generally, babies can start using carriers as early as newborn age. Consult with your paediatrician and follow the carrier's recommended weight limit to ensure the safety and comfort of both you and your baby.

Yes, when used correctly, baby carriers are safe for a baby's hips. The American Academy of Paediatrics recommends using a carrier that supports the baby's legs in a spread-squat position, which is considered the ideal position for hip development.

The length of time you can use a baby carrier depends on the type of carrier and your baby's size and weight, but most carriers can be used until the baby is around 35-40 pounds (15-18 kg approx.). Always follow the manufacturer's recommended weight limit and consult with your paediatrician.

A sling is a type of baby carrier that is typically a long piece of fabric that you wear over one shoulder and across your torso to hold your baby close to your body. A baby carrier, on the other hand, refers to any type of carrier that allows you to carry your baby on your body, including slings, backpacks, and structured carriers.

Using a baby carrier can offer a number of benefits, including: promoting bonding and attachment, providing a sense of security and comfort for the baby, freeing up your hands, allowing you to get things done while still holding your baby, and reducing stress on your back and arms.