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No, the bottom has buttons that fold a flap on each side forward when baby is forward facing, allowing space for their legs.
HeatherMac
· June 12, 2017
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Honestly, it should never hurt you no matter how long you’ve had it on. If it’s properly adjusted to your body and according to instructions, it should not be hurting one bit. If it does hurt you, then you need to make sure it’s correctly adjusted to your body. Most times when it hurts it’s because instructions were no… see more Honestly, it should never hurt you no matter how long you’ve had it on. If it’s properly adjusted to your body and according to instructions, it should not be hurting one bit. If it does hurt you, then you need to make sure it’s correctly adjusted to your body. Most times when it hurts it’s because instructions were not followed or it was incorrectly adjusted see less Honestly, it should never hurt you no matter how long you’ve had it on. If it’s properly adjusted to your body and according to instructions, it should not be hurting one bit. If it does hurt you, then you need to make sure it’s correctly adjusted to your body. Most times when it hurts it’s because instructions were not followed or it was incorrectly adjusted
Vinny N.
· January 21, 2020
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The straps are padded with polyester. They are designed to be supportive and comfortable. The carrier has a panel between you and baby that allows air flow between your two bodies. Hope that helps.
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Manufacturer · May 29, 2018
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I think it might. Here is my experience. I used it for my 10month old (20lbs, 24 inches) last month. I also bought it for the airport/plane ride. The pockets were great to keep my stuff (eye drops, chapstick, phone, and vicks for the dryiness of the plane) and the baby's stuff (small toys, teether, some wipes). The b… see more I think it might. Here is my experience. I used it for my 10month old (20lbs, 24 inches) last month. I also bought it for the airport/plane ride. The pockets were great to keep my stuff (eye drops, chapstick, phone, and vicks for the dryiness of the plane) and the baby's stuff (small toys, teether, some wipes). The baby was comfortable in it, slept most of the flight to and from our destination. The only thing for me in terms of comfort: wear sleeves because the straps irritate the skin (I was sleepless going to our destination) and the straps are long so you may have to tuck them in if you are short like I am (5'2"). This month I have used the back carry option for walks around our block and he likes that as well.
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I think it might. Here is my experience. I used it for my 10month old (20lbs, 24 inches) last month. I also bought it for the airport/plane ride. The pockets were great to keep my stuff (eye drops, chapstick, phone, and vicks for the dryiness of the plane) and the baby's stuff (small toys, teether, some wipes). The baby was comfortable in it, slept most of the flight to and from our destination. The only thing for me in terms of comfort: wear sleeves because the straps irritate the skin (I was sleepless going to our destination) and the straps are long so you may have to tuck them in if you are short like I am (5'2"). This month I have used the back carry option for walks around our block and he likes that as well.
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Imelda B.
· August 22, 2017
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I would say that the more in demand, the higher the price. Or if it’s limited that could be too.
MrsH
· August 21, 2019
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No. The baby is well ventilated hence does not get hot.
Amazon Customer
· March 3, 2019
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Yes it does help, when I hold my baby normally I get a layer of sweat between. When I put her in pack I don’t get that.
Amazon Customer
· June 11, 2018
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I have put mine in the washer on gentle and hung to dry and it was fine
Mary Deppe
· November 10, 2019
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This carrier is made to carry children from 8-40lbs/3.6-18.14 kgs
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Manufacturer · July 18, 2019
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Not at all - the only part you may need help with is if you do the back carrier but even that can be done with a bed or couch.
Michi
· November 29, 2017