Excerpt: I was really excited by the idea of baby wearing and using wraps and carriers. However, I'm 5'2 and not super big even with baby weight. My baby is petite as well. The Mody wrap was just to big to be convient. The material is beautiful and soft but it took me 10 to 15 minutes every time I used it to get baby and I in and out. Our ergo carrier sees way more use.
Excerpt: My daughter hated being in this we tried her in it as a newborn and again once she was older hated every min of it. Not only that but its incredibly inconvenient to use outside of the house there is so much fabric that to put it on else where it will end up dragging on the ground while you put it on then you have a huge lump of fabric while its not in use.
Excerpt: If you will be walking quite a bit while shopping (farmers mkt, etc) then this is fine. But if you will be in and out of the car and trying on clothes, then this wouldn't work. It takes a while to wrap around and my baby frankly didn't seem comfortable.
Excerpt: it says it works up to 25 lbs, but it could not hold my 19 lb son unless i had it so tight he could not breathe easily. would only suggest for smaller babies. also kind of difficult to put on without help.
Excerpt: Was ok in the winter time but if you are in a warm environment the material is very thick and it made baby and I hot and uncomfortable. I had to go online and watch the tutorial to get the hang of how to tie it up. If I had it to choose again I would have went with a different carrier.
Excerpt: I got this to use for my second baby as a newborn and it worked well while he was asleep but when he was awake and crying he wouldn't stay wrapped up properly. The other issue I found with it was that it took a long time to get it wrapped up around myself before I put the baby in and after I put him in I still felt like I was adjusting the tightness of the straps.