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Solly Baby Wrap

I’ve always been a supporter of babywearing, but now looking back, I didn’t fully embrace it for the wonder that it is until my second baby arrived. I love being able to keep my hands free to help my toddler with what he needs while still keeping my baby safe with me. And let me tell you, the Solly Baby Wrap has been a lifesaver for preschool drop-offs and pickups.

Unlike a bulky baby carrier, I can put the Solly Baby Wrap on in the comfort of my home, put my baby in the car seat and then drive to school to pick up my older son. That way it’s all ready to go when we arrive, and I don’t have to worry about strapping it on or buckling a bunch of straps in the parking lot. I just slip my baby in, adjust the wrap around him, and he’s safe and snug as I help my toddler with his coat and hold his hand in the parking lot while carrying his art projects from school in my other hand. The wrap makes the juggle of two kids easier to manage.

The carrier comes in bamboo or organic cotton in bright colors or grey and white stripes. There’s nothing better than holding your baby close to you in something that feels so soft and comfortable. I wish I had had the Solly Baby Wrap when my little guy was an infant and wanted to be held all day long.

Don’t be intimidated by babywearing—you’ll quickly learn how to wrap it properly for a snug fit. You will love having your hands free to get things done throughout the day, and your baby will love being close to you.

It is extremely important that you follow the correct safety guidelines when wearing your baby. Infants especially can wiggle themselves into unsafe positions. Look around your area for a local babywearing class. They can help you become more comfortable carrying your baby in your wrap; they will also tell you about important safety measures.

To ensure this product fit our readers’ needs,
Project Nursery received a sample for review.

  • Belle Humphreys

    Is this thing elastic, giving your baby a bit more freedom to move while you’re wearing them?

  • Cindy

    Just a question to you baby-wearing advocates: Until what age did you wear your babies? or what is the recommended age for weaning?

  • Florence Amber

    I remember my husband asked the same question. And I only answered him with this: Until my back gives up.

  • dandelion

    I stopped when my kid turned 2 because he got so heavy.

  • http://www.facebook.com/kimmy.doraine Kimmy Doraine

    Baby-wearing benefits the mom as much as it does the kid. Kids love feeling close to their mothers, and mothers just love having their babies close to their hearts as well.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alison.mar.7 Alison Mar

    My daughter is three years old and I still “wear” her. I’d say until she’s ready to be weaned from babywearing.

  • http://www.facebook.com/alison.mar.7 Alison Mar

    What product do you recommend for toddlers 2 and up? Is there something durable and big enough for them? I still love “wearing” mine, but he has already outgrown all the wraps and carriers I have ever bought.

  • Lisapeck

    I’ve never had the opportunity to do this. Is it safe for the back? I have slight sclerosis, so I am very careful when it comes to my back.

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