Baby / Must Have Products · March 11, 2013 0

Baby K’tan Wrap

Carly Jo is 19 months! It’s hard to believe she has gotten to be that big. I remember when we first brought her home. I wanted to hold her all the time, but sometimes I needed my hands. I needed to find a good wrap. I recently had a chance to review the Baby K’tan.

About Baby K’tan (According to Site) :

The Baby K’tan Baby Carrier is an innovative soft cotton baby carrier that is an ideal blend of a sling, wrap and carrier, providing the positions and benefits of all three. There is no other carrier available like it. It is a ready-to-wear wrap that enables parents & caregivers to comfortably carry infants and toddlers (from birth to 3 years) in multiple positions.

I have always used a basic baby carrier. I never tried a wrap before. They each have their own benefits  I loved this wrap because it folds up into a pouch so it’s easy to store. I leave it in my glove box. I never know when I might need it. This way I will always have it. Another thing I loved was the material. It had a soft feeling to it, so it was comfortable for both Carly and me. It was also very easy to adjust and use. This is the one carrier that I didn’t need my husband to use. I could put it on and adjust it all by myself. Which is great because the time I will use it the most I will probably be without him. All you have to do is place carrier over your head. Then separate the loops. Lastly put one arm through each. Pretty easy!  It’s also nice because I can use it for a while since it will last till age 3. Overall I am pretty pleased. It’s easy to use, comfortable to wear, and free ups my arms!!

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