Category: carrier review

Chrysalis Shmetterling Review

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LaLu Wovens contacted me to review one of their wraps, and ended up mailing me a mouthful: Chrysalis Shmetterling. That long German word means butterfly, so it’s fair to say that this gorgeous gray wrap is the crown of their Chrysalis…

Mimi Wraps Review

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I’ve always liked mei tais. I think they’re the perfect carrier for the casual wearer, and more than that, perfect for maybe-I’ll-be-carrying, not-so-quick-ups-and-downs. You can roll one up in a ball, stuff it in a bag, and take it hiking.…

Is the K’Tan Dangerous?

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I’ve seen a few mamas rocking the Baby K’Tan. They used both the x-piece and the band (i.e. all of it, as recommended), and baby was tight: upright, tummy-to-tummy, without an angle that would encourage him to go chin-to-chest and…

Bijou Wear High Plains Review

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Newcomer Bijou Wear is testing out some brand-new fibers this summer with their mid-range ($165 for a size 6) High Plains Windmills. The wrap uses eco2cotton, a trademarked brand of recycled cotton. It works like this: fibers and clippings are…

Baby Doo Review and Giveaway

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By now, everyone’s heard of Baby Doo, the multicultural, community-minded wrap company who’s blanketed every BWI chapter in the US with a donation. It was a smart move. Based on a Czech company, but run here in America, Baby Doo…

Vaquero Wovens Gatsby Review

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I love Art Deco – I have an Art Deco dining room, and I used to collect Louis Icart prints. So I was thrilled to see Vaquero Wovens taking inspiration from the movement for its latest wrap design, aptly named…