I’m a big fan of Ergobaby. I toted my first two boys around in one, and now I’m loving using the Adapt Carrier with my tiny new baby girl. The Adapt allows you to use the carrier from seven pounds and up without an infant insert. By simply adjusting the carrier in a few places you can get the fit just right for your growing babe. Trust me, it’s easy with the included instructions, and I always love watching a video when first using a new carrier. Sometimes it’s just easier seeing it done.
I lived farther south with my first baby, and he was born in the summer. Sometimes using the carrier and infant insert just felt too darn hot on those really sweltering days, so I’m loving that Ergobaby now offers the Adapt Carrier in their cool air mesh option making it an even cooler option. The mesh fabric makes everything a little more breathable, and no extra insert means less warmth around baby. I feel like we are both more comfortable in the warmer temperatures using the Adapt Cool Air Mesh. And this little third baby of mine is already busy being toted to her big brothers’ baseball games, swim lessons and more, so anything that makes that process easier is worth its weight in gold.
In other exciting Ergobaby news, they are teaming up with artist Keith Haring for some Special Edition carriers that are now available. I think you’ll recognize the work of this iconic artist, and the patterns are perfectly playful and will add an extra dose of cool to your new baby wearing uniform.
The Keith Haring Collection is available in both the Pop (above) and Black (below) patterns, and you can purchase it in both the Adapt and 360 Carrier styles as well as a doll sized carrier for your little helper to carry their own baby doll in.
The Keith Haring Special Edition patterns will be available in the 360 All Position Carrier for $170 and the Adapt Carrier for $155. Shop the collection today!
A sample was received, but all opinions are my own.
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