ERGO Omni 360 Baby Carrier All-In-One
Cool Air Mesh
THE POSITIVE PREGNANCY JOURNEY ORGANIZATION
THROUGH EXPERIENCING THE OMNI 360 COOL AIR MESH CARRIER WITH OUR COMMUNITY FROM NEWBORNS TO TODDLERS WE ARE SO IMPRESSED BY ITS VERSATILITY AND SATISFACTION ACROSS THE BOARD-THIS HAS BEEN OUR #1 RECOMMENDED BABY CARRIER FOR ALL IN 2018/2019
THIS CARRIER ALLOWS YOU TO DO IT ALL, WITH ALL OF THE KIDS FROM
7-45LBS NO INSERT NEEDED
Cool Mesh Paneling – The fabric is not only breathable but very comfortable making it a versatile carrier perfect for all seasons, especially summer time in the hot weather.
Four Carry Positions – Front facing in, Front facing out, Back carry and side carry; No matter what your preference this carrier allows you to do it all!
Lightweight –With such a comfortable and reassuring structure, this lightweight design feels like it is literally made for your body, no matter your body type.
IT IS SUCH A BLESSING TO FIND A PRODUCT THAT IS ONE SIZE FITS ALL FOR OUR BABYWEARING FAMILIES
WE ARE PROUD AFFILIATES OF ERGO BECAUSE THEY ARE BACKED BY EVIDENCE BASED STRUCTURE AND MINDFUL ERGONOMIC DESIGN, OUR LOYAL WOMBSISTERS LOVE ERGO!
IS SO IMPORTANT YOU KNOW WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A PROPER BABY CARRIER AND LUCKILY THIS ERGO HAS THE KEY COMPONENTS YOU AND YOUR BABY NEED AND DESERVE:
Ease of Use:
Can the carrier be put on safely by one person, or will another set of hands be necessary?
Do the basis width and length measurements fit well to the wearer? How much weight is comfortably carried, and does this align with intended use?
Adjustments: Are the straps easily adjusted? Are they secure or do they slip with natural movement and require regular readjustment? Observe the size and placements of clips and ties—are these elements comfortable when secured?
Is the carrier a good fit for baby? This is why it is good for parents to make carrier purchases after baby is born, as weight and coordination varies between each child. This is especially important for parents of premature babies or newborns who have spent some time in intensive care. “Sometimes NICU graduates do not have enough muscle strength to keep their airways open in an unsupported position.” Parents should always check with their pediatrician with any safety questions or concerns.
Wide Seat for Baby
When selecting a carrier, the position of baby’s legs should be carefully considered. Imagine the discomfort of being suspended with legs dangling straight down. Within a few moments, your hips and back become sore, and your feet tingle from poor circulation. According to the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, babies’ joints stretch out naturally over several months after birth. “The most unhealthy position for the hips during infancy is when the legs are held in extension with the hips and knees straight and the legs brought together, which is the opposite of the fetal position. The risk to the hips is greater when this unhealthy position is maintained for a long time. Healthy hip positioning avoids positions that may cause or contribute to development of hip dysplasia or dislocation.” When seated in a carrier, baby’s thighs should be spread around the wearer’s torso and supported to the knee joint, creating a supported position for hips. Selecting a carrier with a wide seat will naturally encourage a healthy position for baby’s hips.
Look for Support
Carrying a baby for any length of time can stress back and shoulders. Most soft and hard structured carrier models will include substantial padding for support and comfort, but even some ring sling models include a shoulder pad! Parents will want to consider their personal comfort requirements and inspect possible carriers for comfort adjustments and padding.
As parents consider support features, they will also want to observe carrier strap width. Some Shoulder and waist straps may slightly pucker and roll during use, so it is important to find a carrier with wide straps to facilitate comfort and safety.