A Front and Back Baby Carrier – Introducing the Ergo
29 October 2010
Excerpt: Front and back baby carriers give you great versatility when deciding how to carry your baby. Slings can be worn on the front or side but usually are not recommended for holding the baby on your back. Wraps work very well as front, side, hip, or back carriers – positions are limited only by your imagination and your skill in tying the wrap.
Excerpt: The ERGObaby Infant Insert is a specially padded and shaped cushion that can be quickly and easily placed in the carrier and readjusted as needed. This design easily enables parents to ensure that their newborn is positioned correctly on the pillow, keeping pressure off the developing sacrum, and supports the development of the spine and hips.
Excerpt: The ERGO is the way to go when it comes to baby carriers. It’s the best all around choice for carrying a baby anywhere from around the house to public places. The ERGO baby carrier is conveniently compact, comfortable to wear and provides sturdy support for your baby. The ergonomic design of the carrier ensures that your baby is in the correct sitting position to encourage proper hip, pelvis and spine growth.
Excerpt: Ergo Baby Infant Insert Heart 2 Heart – Galaxy PrintThe ERGObaby Infant Insert is an innovative new design with cushions at the back and bottom to support the natural curvature of a baby’s developing spine. The Infant Insert encourages a healthy hip/leg position by eliminating weight bearing on the developing sacrum.
Excerpt: Ergo Baby Carrier – Galaxy Grey The ERGO Baby Carrier’s ergonomic design supports a correct sitting position for the baby’s hip, pelvis and spine growth. It disperses most of the baby’s weight between the hips and thighs, which helps to eliminate compression of the spine when hanging by the crotch which most other designs require. The ERGO also balances the baby’s weight to parents’ hips and shoulders, and alleviates physical stress for the parent.
Excerpt: This new concept in ERGObaby Carriers is sure to be a best-seller! Made of a blend of 35% cotton and 65% polyester, the lighter, more-breathable fabric provides a slight wicking feature to help keep babywearers more comfortable. The carrier’s body features a vent to provide extra breathability, keeping both baby and parent cooler.
Excerpt: Best convertible baby carrier •Good ergonomics •Baby can be carried on the front, back or side •Suitable for large babies and toddlers •Can be difficult to use in the piggyback position •Fabric is quite stiff •Limited availability The l (*est. $65) when it comes to ergonomic baby carriers. The Ergo Baby Carrier is highly regarded by parents, many of whom give it perfect ratings.