A Guide To Baby Carriers

July 3, 2015  |   Megan Saynisch

Carrying your baby is a great way to keep her close and soothe her in the comfort of your arms. According to Babywearing International, wearing your baby has been linked to reduced infant crying and increased bonding between baby and caregiver. Wearing your baby in a wrap or carrier also helps keep busy caregivers’ hands free to tend to other children or get things done around the house. What I like best about babywearing is its ease: no need to carry a stroller up and down busy subway stairs or airport corridors! We’ve put together this guide to baby carrying options to help you navigate through the dizzying world of babywearing options, from wraps to soft structured carriers. 

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Megan Saynisch

Megan Saynisch

Megan is a freelance writer, organic gardener, chef, and mom – not in that order. A graduate of the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center), Megan lives in the Kale Capital of the World (Brooklyn, NY) with her husband, two young children, and a cat named Rocky. She tweets sometimes.