- Perfect for babies 8-35 lbs
- 100% natural cotton
- Machine washable
- Encourages parent/child bonding
- Adjusts to grow with your baby
Overpriced for what it is (a long piece of fabric.) We used it for the baby’s first month because it was winter and I didn’t want people touching/breathing on the baby. After that, it went into a drawer, never to be used again. It’s just tough because putting it on involves letting it drag on the floor for a few minutes, which is a bit gross. I’d recommend an infant carrier instead, like the Beco.
Lots of material
I like the IDEA of this wrap, but I feel like it is hard to put on and uses a lot of material. I live in Florida, so less is more when it comes to layers, especially with a baby on you. I prefer the Ka’Tan wrap instead. Moby wrap is not impossible to use, but does take some practice. It is probably better for cooler climates.
I have used this wrap around my house or for shorter outings. I found it to be easy to wrap and use once I read the directions and it isn’t as bulky and rigid as other carriers.
My one-month-old loves to be held, swaddled, and rocked/swung/bounced. Putting him in the Moby Wrap is the only way I get anything done, and I KNOW it will be a huge help with kid #2 when I have an infant to hold and a toddler to chase simultaneously. It takes a few practice tries to get the wrapping down (I find I have to make it WAY tighter than I originally thought), so make sure you have Baby very secure including his/her head before you enjoy your hands-free movement. And ready the directions! If you don’t have the child’s head correct, you run the risk of suffocation, overheating, etc. As long as you use this correctly, it’s awesome!
Great product but hard to put on
I love the moby wrap but it is a little bit of a pain to get on. It does get a little warm so, great for winter but not so great for summer.