Picking out a baby carrier seems pretty easy before the baby is born, but you can soon find yourself in a world of hurt. You may actually find out that your perfect baby carrier is pretty uncomfortable once your baby is born, or it could feel too cramped, loose, or it is a bit hard to use. Sometimes doing a lot of shopping around is best until you find what would work for you. You can even check reviews to find out what the best choice for your baby and you.
Boba Baby Carriers
Believe it or not, these are my first choice when it comes to baby carriers. Boba is normally found at the top of the list for best carrier and for a great reason. They have carriers in every shape and size that works for every baby and parent. Not only that, they also sell them in sets as well. You can get the Boba 3-Carrier Combo box, which runs around $200, but it includes the Boba Wrap, Boba Air, and Boba 4G Carrier. Each one has a different weight and the cost of each varies from $40 to $130.
Baby Bjorn Carriers
This amazing carriers are a big favorite among new and old parents. The Baby Carrier One starts at around $140, and it happens to be their most ergonomical design that has for back and front positions that add comfort for you and your baby. You don’t even have to upgrade, because it is perfect for newborns to 3 years old. If you want that old look, you can get a model that is based on the original Baby Bjorn from 1973 for around $60.
Beco Baby Carrier
Beco happens to be a very eco-friendly company that has plenty of dedicated fans. They have a super amazing 4-in-1 Gemini design that will work for babies from 7lbs to 35lbs and allows for front or back facing as well as hip positions. Not to mention the pretty awesome patterns and colors, but it tends to run about $140.
ERGObaby carriers are highly rated for comfort and looks and not to mention safety. You can use it with an infant insert that works great for newborns or just normally. There are plenty of styles that you can pick and there are even snap on organic teething pads that you can by additionally. It holds up to 45lbs and it can be front facing, back facing or on the hip and costs around $120-$175.
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When it comes down to baby carriers, there are plenty that you can choose from, but the best ones are the ones that you find after the baby is born or that you test out.