BEST BABY CARRIER SHOWDOWN | Review, Comparison, & Try OnJun 09, 2021
Hey guys, welcome back to my channel or welcome to my channel if this is your first time here. My name is Megan. I'm a 24-year-old mom of a five-month-old boy named Rowan and I make a lot of motherhood and lifestyle videos. So if that sounds good to you, I'd love for you to click the subscribe button below. Today's video is about
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babyhas saved my life the last five months because our little baby is very fussy, he wants to be. held all the time when he was a newborn he would just sleep on us and so I feel like I have tried every baby
carrieron the market to find out which one is
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reviewfour of the most popular ones I am also going to try how they put on and take off, because for me that is an important part when deciding which is
bestbecause they are very difficult to Obviously, putting the baby in and out alone is not ideal if you are alone with your little one, so I'll be sure to show you that they are beautiful too.
This one is made of linen and has these beautiful rose gold rings. and when I put it on I feel like it's just part of my outfit, it's super cute and aesthetically pleasing, however, my back hurts. I feel like it doesn't distribute the baby's weight very evenly and yes, I am using it correctly. I made the inquiry about using the baby and the whole thing. Some people love ring
carriers, but I personally found them a little awkward. I wear it for shorter periods if I like to feel a little fancy and want to. feel like my baby wears really cute clothes um it's packable which is really cool if you wanted something you could throw in a diaper bag so that's definitely a plus for this one another plus for this one is that it's super easy from Súbete, I have no problem doing it myself and it's pretty quick because you just put the baby in and squeeze the rails to make sure they're secure and it's also really easy to get them out so if you're at home. alone and you don't want to deal with a bunch of buckles and clips and all that kind of stuff, this might be a good option for you because I still include this in this video even though I don't use it very often for my baby, this is really great for pregnancy so when you know your big pregnant belly can become very uncomfortable and heavy on your back and you can use this to support your baby bump um and I think.
It's really cool, so I'm going to save this for my next pregnancy because it's so much cuter than the black velcro belly band that you can reach for, so for the wild bird ring sling, you actually put it on over your head. like a sash and you want to make sure the rings are on top of your shoulder so they have a little room to move down into the proper position when you squeeze the rails, grab your little baby and move on. and put him in the swaddle when he's newborn, you actually make his legs stylish, but when they get a little bit bigger like Rowan, you can let his legs hang down a little bit, so I'm just taking this bottom rail and lifting him up onto his legs and tucking it in between like under his butt, then you take the fabric coming out of the rings and you pull the top rail to tighten the part that's around his shoulders and the bottom rail to tighten the part.
That's under his little bottom, once baby is tight and secure, you can reposition his legs. I usually do this part in a mirror so Rowan's legs aren't in the perfect position and the ring is actually a little low on my shoulder because I obviously couldn't see what I was doing, but it's still nice and comfortable and secure and You can obviously still play with it until you get the fit just right and then to take your baby out of the carrier, just use your arm to hold him or her. his little butt and you loosen the fabric that is between the two rings by pulling it up to the top rail where his shoulders are and then you can just lift them up and take them off.
It is very easy to put your baby in and out. so this one is really great to use if you're home alone so continuing with those kind of softer less structured baby carriers the next one I want to talk about is the swaddle this one is from sally baby um and spoiler alert with the I'm obsessed. I have four, which I know is a little excessive, but they are great. First of all, this is one of the most affordable options. I think they cost sixty-five dollars, compared to all the others, which cost over a hundred. It's a really good price and you can even get them cheaper if you use them on Mercari, Kitazin or Facebook Marketplace, they are very soft and have so many cute patterns that no matter what your style is you can find one you like.
They work for you, they are also very easy to put on once you get the hang of it, so you have to watch the tutorial to find out how to wrap it, tuck it under and tie it, but once you get the hang of it Hang it up, it's very easy and quick to put on. This is my favorite for everyday use. I use them almost every day. I'm at home to wash the dishes or cook when the little man wants to be held, but I have things to do, the most positive thing about these Sully wraps for me is that they are comfortable, they distribute your baby's weight very well and I don't feel like they my shoulders are hunched, I don't feel like my back hurts and I can wear them for very long periods of time without feeling like my back needs a break.
The other thing is that they are great for newborns, so this saved my life when Rowan was very little and I just wanted to take a nap with mom or dad because I could put him in the swaddle and put his head in the cloth part to that his neck was supported and he would fall asleep on me and I could go about my day and work and clean and do whatever I needed to do, um, but he still felt like he was being snuggled, so it was like snuggling more. for the baby all the time which was super awesome and Rowan wasn't a good sleeper so getting those naps in any way we could was essential and this was the only way on many days that The only downsides to these that I've experienced are If your baby moves around a lot, like when he gets a little older, he can mess up the pleats and you have to adjust them to make sure they are nice and comfortable. and sure, we have days where Rowan is a little more restless, so we'll use a more structured carrier and we have days where he's totally relaxed about this.
The other thing is that it's probably not the best for heavy, long-term use, like if you're hiking you'll probably want something more structured, but in my opinion this is best for day to day, so the wrap Solid looks a little complicated when you first see it, but it is actually very, very easy and quick to put on, so the first thing you need to do is find the center of the wrap, and for the solid baby wrap, there is a little tag right in the middle that you can use to identify where you need to place it around your stomach and you want to do it in a forward pattern. out so you can tell you're not twisting, so you wrap it around your belly and then you pull the opposite side over the opposite shoulder creating an x in the back and you can take all the extra fabric from the wrap and pull it off. through that part around your midsection, cross those to make another x, pull them back and then tie a double knot in the front, then place your baby on the opposite shoulder of the piece of fabric that is closest to your body. his leg and stretch the fabric to the other side of his butt, then you repeat this on the other side and finally pull the first piece of fabric that you wrapped around your abdomen up to the top of his legs again if you are a newborn, you can carry him with the legs, but Rowan is five months old, so we're going to do the legs outside and that's it, this one is very comfortable, very soft and like I said, they have a lot of really cute patterns, which I love, this one is definitely ours.
The most used wrap, I use one of these every day, so to get it out of this I'm just going to untie the knot at the bottom and make sure to support its weight while I loosen those top two pieces of fabric and again, like this. At this point, you can simply pull the ring sling up and out and then untangle it from the wrapper and store it away. This one is also great because it has a little pocket built into the end so you can just fold it up. Pick it up and put it in a neat little package, all within itself, so we also have some more structured baby carriers and the first one I want to talk about is this one, the ergo baby omni 360 and I think it's called classic weave.
This is actually primarily my husband's baby carrier, but I definitely use it too. This will probably be your best option if you are very active and like the outdoors and want to be able to take your baby for a lot of walks and do that kind of thing. things, it's also the most versatile in terms of how you can position your baby so you can use it facing you, in front of you, in front of you, facing out, on your back, and I think that's why they call it omni 360 because there are so many. You can put it in different configurations, it's also very comfortable, the straps are very well padded so it's more comfortable than carrying a backpack because it's very padded, it costs a pretty penny, it's not cheap, which I would say is probably the biggest downside was we had ours on sale and it was still over a hundred dollars even like 30 off so if you're going to buy this one it's more of an investment but it also grows with your baby he'll be into this. for a long time because there are many different ways you can sit on it personally, another downside to this one is the aesthetics, it is in no way ugly or ugly, I think it is perfect for my husband, it fits his aesthetics very well . well, but for me the mesh and the buckles are not as minimalist and elegant as I would like so I know it is a minor detail but for me that is important and lastly it is difficult to get the baby out of this If you are alone, my husband says it is easy for him to have the baby.
It's a little harder for me, but probably because I haven't used it as much because I normally use my Sally Baby. wrapper or the next one I'm about to show you, but he says it's harder to get the baby out, so that's something to keep in mind too, so for the ergobaby I usually leave the buckle that goes on the top of the cropped back and I simply put it on over my head, then take the bottom section and place it as high as I can on my ribcage under my breasts and fasten it in the back making sure to tuck the tag in afterwards.
I pull the straps to tighten that and grab Rowan. His favorite way to do this is to carry him facing forward, so as you can see I have to push him there, sometimes it takes a minute or two and you can loosen the straps. up to make this a little easier for me, it works by simply lowering him down, then pulling on his legs to make sure he's in a good sitting position and tightening the side straps to make sure he's nice and secure. Take it out of this one, I unclip one of the front clips, put the shoulder strap over my head and just take them off, then the last one I wanted to talk about is the sakura blossom explorer and this is the perfect marriage between the ring sling and the omni 360 in that it is more structured it is very comfortable the weight of your baby is distributed very well so your back doesn't hurt but it is also so pretty so I bought the linen one which is very neutral with the caramel leather and the smell of leather, they also have non-leather versions if you prefer not to have leather or other animal products, so basically how this one works is that it has backpack straps that go over your shoulders, but it also has a ring sling portion that ties around the waist and a ring that goes on the back and is for front carrying.
You can also do it from the back. Rowan isn't big enough to carry it on the back yet, but he loves the front carry. so he can look around him and be more active in this his legs are very free his arms are free if you end up purchasing this I would definitely recommend scheduling a consultation with your baby carrier specialist. I think it's free. It's a little tricky to learn how to put it on and Matt often helps me. I can do it alone, but it's easier if you have a second person to help you, but this is one of those you can use. for a long time so you could go on a hike in this one you could go to the farmers market in this baby it's very safe it's not going to hurt your back and it's also very pretty again this one isn't cheap but for me .
It was definitely worth it because I got that marriage more sturdy but also very pretty, so for the sakura bloom the first thing you need to do is make the sling part with rings at the bottom and the baby use advisor in the company. He told me that the most common mistake he sees is that people don't put this one on backwards, so that's a pro tip: you have to put it on upside down and you just pull the tail through the two rings and then put it back on. . the first and under the second you can unfold the fabric between the two rings and then pull on the tail to make sure it is tight and not twisted at all, then you will grab your little baby andyou will pull the body.
From the baby carrier between her legs there is a small rope that tightens between her knees, so you want to make sure it fits right in the crease of her knees so you can tighten it or loosen it depending on how big your baby is, then you put the straps over the shoulders and this is where it can get a little complicated. I loosen the straps so I can reach the second ring that goes on the top of your back and then, like I did in the wild. bird ring sling I pass that piece through both rings and then over the first one and under the second one, lastly I tighten the straps that I loosened to make sure it's nice and secure and tight against my chest and I'm ready to go I'm going to take it out , I loosen those straps again so I can reach the back rings and unbuckle the leather piece in the back, then I just take the shoulder straps off, put the carrier down and pick up my baby, so overall I would say my recommendation is definitely getting a solid baby wrap, especially if you're expecting and you're having a newborn so they can nap, that's great, but if you're looking for a more structured option, they're both really, really great, they obviously have a Very different aesthetic, so it depends on what you want in that department.
Personally, I go for sakura bloom and soli for daily use. I use them both. I probably use the Sally a little more. just because the sakura bloom is harder to put on and take off by myself, but it's a lifesaver when it comes to wearing it longer and doing things outside, so that's my little
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