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The Moby Wrap Original Baby Carrier offers caregivers a safe, comfortable way to carry their babies. An ideal accessory for busy moms and dads, this baby carrier keeps your baby close and happy while on the go. It uses ultra-soft, 100 percent cotton fabric to securely hold babies, providing them with the support they need. The Moby Wrap also keeps you comfortable: it is free of straps and buckles, evenly distributing baby's weight across your body to prevent discomfort and fatigue.
Designed to keep babies happy, the Moby Wrap emulates the feeling of being carried in your arms. It wraps snugly around babies and secures them with three different sections of fabric, holding them close to the wearer's chest. This gives infants the ergonomically-correct postural support that they need. When it's time for baby to sleep, one of the shoulder fabric panels can be used to support the back of baby's head for comfort.
With no straps, buckles or other fasteners, the Moby Wrap is exceptionally comfortable to wear. Unlike carriers with straps that can dig into your shoulders, the Moby Wrap envelops your entire back and both shoulders keeping you comfortable. It also evenly distributes weight across your back and hips to make it easier to carry your baby for long periods without fatigue. In addition, the wrap can be adjusted to fit nearly any body type and size.
The Moby Wrap helps promote a strong, close relationship between adults and babies. Its design mimics the natural way of holding a baby and permits skin-to-skin contact with your infant. The Moby Wrap features tapered ends to eliminate unnecessary fabric bulk. It also provides an effective means of soothing fussy or cranky infants: babies feel safer when they feel the warmth of your body and hear your heartbeat. With a Moby Wrap, even the busiest parents can bond with their babies and give them the care, warmth, and intimacy that they deserve.
Moby Wraps are available in a variety of styles, including prints, solid colors, and designs. The fabric is 100 percent breathable cotton with ideal one-way stretch. The Moby is also machine washable and was made with extra length to ensure a good fit even after washing and shrinkage. It is designed to hold children from 8 to 35 pounds.
Moby Wrap Original Baby Carrier and instructional booklet.
The Moby wrap is just a long piece of fabric with instrucions on how to wrap it around yourself and baby.
The instructions are easy to follow and while it looks difficult to put on, it really is quite simple after you've practiced it 3 or 4 times.
I also love the fact that he can be close to me and I have my hands free to get things done around the house!
As a firs time Mom I am not sure what I would do without this wrap! Baby loves it, she is very secure and I feel great running to the store and cleaning with her in it.Published 16 hours ago by Rebecca A Freelund
Too complicated, miles long. Was unable to use and so was a waste of money. Ended up giving to a friend and I don't think she was able to get it to work well either.Published 1 day ago by Tina Jones
Bought this for our youngest son and his wife and they BOTH used it for their new baby daughter. Such a safe way to grocery shop, take a walk or whatever and keep your baby close.Published 2 days ago by db1952
I love this! My baby loves it too. This has been the only time that he let's me do house work! I found it quite difficult at first to get my son in the wrap but with practice it... Read morePublished 3 days ago by SMOnurse
This was huge and complicated to use. We never ended up using it. My recommendation to new parents is pass this up and buy a baby Bjorne front carrier my kids loved it and it felt... Read morePublished 18 days ago by Aron
I ordered a Moby Wrap to try with my twin babies. My impression was that it is simply too complicated and a hassle to use, it is just a lot of material to wrap around yourself, it... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Daniella Dieckmann