The Ergobaby Carrier has become a staple must-have in many households. I have been using one since my son Ryder was born over four years ago. In my opinion, it is by far the most comfortable baby carrier on the market today. The Ergobaby Carrier was born out of a personal desire for mobility and comfort allowing you to tackle life while maintaining a close & natural bond with your baby and toddler. Their products adjust naturally with you, making life easier in our mobile world. Ergobaby Carriers come in a wide-selection of types and patterns/colors from their sport collection to organic collection to travel collection and more.
I was so excited when I was able to test out the Ergobaby's newWinter White Edition from their Designer Collection, that features hand warmers for us moms! On wintery days, your baby stays cozy in the quilted lining with luxurious sheepskin trim. Your hands stay warm in the removable quilted muff, which features matching sheepskin trim. When the warmer months hit, just remove the lining and muff, and you have a stunningly simple lightweight carrier, all in white. This carrier was so cozy and perfect for the winter months!
I also wanted to point out, as you all know, I'm six months pregnant and still able to wear the Ergo Carrier with my 18 month old daughter. Instead of wearing Siella in the front, I can use it as a side carrier, basically carrying her on my hip. This feature comes in super handy because I have to commute my son Ryder to school with Siella in tow everyday. Instead of folding a stroller to catch the bus, I simply carry her in the Ergobaby. And once the new baby comes, I can use their "Heart2Heart" Infant insert and have a newborn carrier all over again!
For more information about Ergobaby Carriers and products check out www.ergobaby.com
Brianne was once a fashion showroom owner now turned mom and blogger/writer. She lives in NYC with her husband, two children and one on the way, and enjoys her fast paced city life. Her blog Stroller In The City boasts about kids fashion and things that are mommy. Find her on twitter @strollerincity.
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