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When it comes right down to it, what makes the brands we love stand out?
They make a difference in our lives. Tangibly.
Baby products are no different. It’s not always the prettiest item (though our Beluga Wraps are HELLA fly), but it is the most helpful item.
One of the most searched terms for new parents is, “How do I get my baby to stop crying?” I remember searching for that myself as a new mom, looking for tips and tricks to ease my baby’s tummy, help them to sleep longer, and generally just how to help her be more content.
She was not an easy baby.
She hated being put down. She took a long time to nurse and went very short intervals in between feeds. She has never been the type of baby you could set down with some toys and they’d entertain themselves.
Nope, my girl craved human interaction from day one, in all its forms.
So when I discovered babywearing, it was like I could claw back a little bit of freedom. And through that, begin to find myself again. You can read the story of how a newborn carrier changed my postpartum life here.
The most important question is - if babywearing is so important, how do I choose which baby sling to get? Is there a “best newborn baby carrier”?
Let me go over the things I believe to be the most important factors in selecting a baby wrap.
So what is the best newborn baby carrier? We’ll let you decide. But if you’re wondering how to use a baby wrap, watch our tutorials. You might even catch a glimpse of the world’s best baby wrap!
PS If our strong hints weren’t effective, it’s the Beluga. The Beluga Wrap is the best newborn baby carrier.
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I reached out to Mamas for Mamas see if we could design a charity wrap together, with $5 from each wrap donated to their cause. I asked if they had a particular mama they wanted to name the wrap after, and that’s when this project became larger and more touching than I ever could have imagined.
This is the story they wrote back with, asking for us to name the wrap - The Samara.