We feel so lucky to live in a city with access to so many cultural attractions. From shows to museums, our kids get an instant dose of culture right from the start. This past weekend we enjoyed a fun cultural outing to our one of our favorite places, the American Natural History Museum as part of the launch of the Ergobaby Four Position 360 Carrier.
During the launch event, my family and I enjoyed a day of cookie decorating and glitter tattoos with Make Meaning, a fun crafting station where my girls made spring butterflies with Urban Sitter from Paper Source and a family photo booth where we had the chance to take a (rare) family photo.
We also had the chance to see and wear the new carrier. Available in Black/Camel or Grey, the new carrier is designed to offer even more support as it grows with your baby. This includes a structured bucked seat that will keep your baby seated in all 4 positions, a comfortable extra wide velcro waistband that can be worn high or low, an extendable back panel that can be adjusted when your baby faces out, a comfortable sleeping hood, and padded shoulder strap for even more enjoyable and comfortable babywearing experience for you and your little one.
As someone who is on-the-move, I love this as an option as I take the other kids to school and playdates with the option to have the security, support and comfort for our new baby. We will be reviewing this in more details upon his/her arrival as well as the new Ergobaby Wrap that offers a super soft cotton that is ultra-breathable as it provides support and comfort to your baby.
As for the museum experience we had a blast checking out our favorites like the whale and dinosaur exhibits as well as the interactive kids' science. We also were well-prepared (thanks to Ergo) with healthy snacks from Plum Organics and Nature Box that were packed away in the cool and reusable snack bags from Bumkins.
A day of fun and learning about the innovations from Ergobaby made for quite the memorable and treasured family day.
he Four Position 360 Carrier will officially be available for purchase on April 17th and will retail for $160.
Momtrends was not paid for this post. We were give samples for review.