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Baby Wraps Ergobaby Aura Baby Wrap Pure Black
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Ergobaby Aura Baby Wrap Pure Black

Baby Wrap, Black, Machine Washable, 3.6 - 11.3 kg

£44.00£39.00
Baby Planet
Samuel Johnston
in 6 stores
Baby Wraps Ergobaby Aura Baby Wrap Indigo

Ergobaby Aura Baby Wrap Indigo

Baby Wrap, Blue, Machine Washable, 3.6 - 11.3 kg

£49.90
WelcomeMrBaby
Kiddies Kingdom
in 6 stores
Baby Wraps KeaBabies Wrap Carrier in Dusty Olive Dusty Olive
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KeaBabies Wrap Carrier in Dusty Olive Dusty Olive

£23.79
Amazon
Macy's
in 2 stores
Sleepy wrap baby carrier dark grey stretchy ergo sling from newborns to 35lbs

Sleepy wrap baby carrier dark grey stretchy ergo sling from newborns to 35lbs

Baby Wrap, Grey, Material: Cotton, Machine Washable

£36.79
OnBuy.com
in 1 store

3 tips for buying a baby sling

To choose the right wrap for you, think how you want to wear it. There are plenty of good tying instructions online to help you decide. And here are our suggestions:

  • Pre-tied wrap – perfect for beginners who want the comfort of a baby wrap without the hassle of tying it themselves.
  • Tricot wrap – made of elastic material, this wrap is easy to tie and great for newborns. It's a great option to take with you to the maternity ward.
  • Woven wrap – though a bit less forgiving than a tricot wrap, a woven wrap provides excellent weight support and is suitable for bigger babies. With good instructions, it's easy to tie.
  • Ring wrap – with a bit of practice, this wrap becomes easy to use and is great for parents who want to quickly get their baby in and out.

To find the perfect wrap for you and your baby, check:

  • Wrap length – choose the right length for your body type and knot preference. There are wraps for all body types, whether you're slim or plus-size.

  • Recommended maximum weight – as your baby grows, they will become heavier to carry. Check the maximum weight recommendation for the wrap so it provides the necessary support.

  • Size of pre-tied wrap – when choosing the size of a pre-tied wrap, base the size on your own clothing size rather than your baby's size.

When choosing a baby wrap, pay attention to the material, as it affects the knots you can use and the lifespan of the wrap. Keep in mind the season you will be using it in too. If you plan to carry your newborn baby in the summer, it's a good idea to choose a wrap made from a thin and breathable material, such as bamboo tricot.

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