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Comfortable and Ergonomic Babywearing? Yes, Please!

Welcome to our series spotlighting our Featured Vendors from our Vendor Guide. The guide includes carefully curated vendors from the baby and children’s industry in design, retail, special services and much more.

How do you get anything done when your baby wants to be held all the time? Today Ergobaby is giving us the answer—wear him! Whether you’re grocery shopping, hanging out at a picnic or just trying to fold laundry, Ergobaby has a solution to keep your baby close and content while you are productive. Read on to find out more about how Ergobaby keeps you moving with your baby in a safe, comfortable way. These carriers are made for every lifestyle with lots of fun colors to choose from.

Ergobaby Four Position 360 Carrier

Do you have a signature product or design element?
For over a decade we have made it our mission to promote bonding by providing uniquely comfortable and ergonomic carriers to families throughout the world. Along the way we discovered other important ways we can support everyday parenting needs. We thrive on creating helpful solutions so that our products fit into our families’ daily lives seamlessly, comfortably and safely.

We are committed to helping parents wear their babies in a way that works best for each individual family. Babywearing is a wonderful choice, not only for convenience but also for the purposes of bonding with baby—both baby and parent can reap the benefits of babywearing! We truly believe that happy babies are worn babies, and happy babies mean happy parents. To that end, we work to provide the highest quality, safest, most ergonomic and thoughtful baby carriers and parenting products in the world. We want to encourage the attachment and bond between parent and child because through experience and research, we understand the huge long-term benefits of a secure child in this rapidly changing world.

Ergobaby Natural Curve Nursing Pillow

What do you think people might not know about Ergobaby that you’d like to share?
Back in 2002, a mother living in Maui was not satisfied with the baby carrying options available to her. Looking to keep her new son close to her body, she tried seven different carriers, some of which worked fairly well, but there was nothing that satisfied her need for comfort and ergonomics. With a background in design, she set out to create something that was both comfortable and easy for parents to use, and the ergonomic design of the Ergobaby Baby Carrier was born.

With her humble design, Karin Frost revolutionized how we carry babies. Her soft structured carrier (SSC) design has become the gold standard.

Karin Frost from Ergobaby

What is your biggest piece of advice for new parents?
Wear your baby! But most importantly, follow your baby’s lead and respond to her cues. Parents know their babies best.

Ergobaby Baby Wrap

Where do you find your inspiration?
Our inspiration is our customers—parents like you. We consider ourselves the “carrier of the people,” and our ad campaign #LoveCarriesOn reflects not only the diversity of our parents but the flexibility of our carrier. Our designs also reflect that flexibility and versatility. Our goal is to provide ergonomic and comfortable solutions that suit your lifestyle. We take your input and feedback and design for you.

Our products are inspired by the daily experiences of families everywhere. With each milestone and transition, we anticipate the needs of parents at home and on the go so they can keep bonding and growing.

Ergobaby Baby Carrier

Tell us your motto.
Wear all the babies!

To learn more about Ergobaby, be sure to check out their listing in our Vendor Guide.

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Thursday 25th of June 2015

I can't recommend the ergobaby. We had one, too and there was always a fight between the children who was allowed to get into it. I gave it away when the children were 3 and 4 and they wanted to sit in there till I gave it away. Even the visitor children loved it. I weared this thing so often that I felt naked when I had no child on my back. And after 4 years of heavy use the manual sticker went lose at one corner.