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What are baby carriers?

A baby carrier is a device used to carry an infant or young child close to the body, leaving the caregiver's hands-free. There are many different types of carriers available on the market, from simple baby wraps and slings to more complicated structured carriers. Baby carriers can be made from a variety of materials, including cotton, wool, and even mesh.
Baby carriers provide several benefits for both the caregiver and the baby. Carrying a baby close to the body can help to soothe and calm the infant, helping the caregiver bond further with the baby. Additionally, most mothers find it easier to get things done around the house or go about their daily activities when using baby carriers.


What age can you use a baby carrier?

Most baby carriers can be used from birth up to around three years old, although there are some carriers that are designed for older children as well. It is important to read the manufacturer's instructions carefully to make sure that the carrier you choose is appropriate for your child's age and size.


Do I need a baby carrier?

It depends on a few factors, including your lifestyle, your child, and the age of your child. If you are an active person who likes to go hiking or running, for example, a baby carrier can be a great way to keep your child close while still being able to enjoy your favourite activities. Some babies require a lot of skin-to-skin contact to settle daily, and this is when baby carriers are heaven-sent when you're busy. If you're doing a quick trip to the shops, you can always leave the stroller at home, bring a nappy backpack, and carry the baby in the carrier.

They are also extremely handy when you're travelling with your baby, whether at the airport, in buses, trains and taxis. However, bear in mind that carriers are not a substitute for baby car seats. Ultimately, whether you need a baby carrier is a personal decision. Additionally, it is a good idea to try out a carrier before purchasing it to make sure that it is comfortable for both you and your child.


What are the different types of baby carriers?

There are different types of baby carriers available, from simple wraps and slings to more complicated structured carriers. Soft-structured carriers, for example, have a metal or plastic frame and straps that go over the shoulders and around the waist, like a backpack. These carriers are typically more comfortable for longer periods of time than wraps or slings and can be easier to put on and take off.

Woven wraps are long pieces of fabric that can be tied in a variety of ways to create a custom fit for the wearer and the child. These wraps are made from fabric, usually cotton and wool, and can be worn in a few different carrying positions. Ring slings are like woven wraps, but they have two metal or plastic rings sewn into one end of the fabric.


What is the best way to clean a baby carrier?

Some baby carriers can be machine washed while some can be spot cleaned with mild soap and water. If you are spot-cleaning a carrier, be sure to rinse it thoroughly afterwards to remove all traces of soap.


How long can a baby be in a carrier?

It is perfectly fine to use carriers for short periods of time. There are some that are designed for longer wearing. To ensure the baby's safety and comfort, always read the manufacturer's instructions carefully to make sure that the carrier you choose is appropriate for the amount of time you plan to use it.


Is it okay for a baby to sleep in a carrier?

Most experts agree that it is safe for a baby to sleep in a carrier, as long as the carrier is used according to instructions. Always check that the baby's airway is not restricted, and the baby is not in danger of falling out of the carrier. Some parents find that they can easily transfer their baby to the cot or bassinet after they have fallen asleep in the carrier.