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Babybjorn Baby Carrier One

£143.99 £129.59

  • 0 – 3 years
  • Min 3,5 kg – max 15 kg (8 – 33 lbs)
  • 53 – 100 cm

What’s special about Baby Carrier One?
What if you could enjoy the closeness of babywearing for longer — in a way that’s comfortable for both you and your little one? You can with our ergonomic Baby Carrier One crafted in a soft cotton blend. The sturdy waist belt and padded shoulder straps relieve pressure on your back and shoulders, and make babywearing possible from newborn and up to the age of three.

Why should I choose a baby carrier in a cotton blend?
Thanks to the supreme softness and flexibility of our cotton blend, you can both see and feel that your baby is being carried in a natural position.

Does the baby carrier provide my baby with the correct support?
Yes, Baby Carrier One has inbuilt support for a newborn, and an adjustable head support that’s easy to adapt to your baby. It’s also classified as ‘hip-healthy’ by the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, provided that it’s used according to the instructions. This means that it gives the correct support to your baby’s hips and encourages good hip joint development, which is especially important during the first months of life.

Do you want to be able to vary your babywearing position as your child grows?
Then Baby Carrier One is ideal! It has two different height positions that make babywearing possible from newborn and up to the age of three. With just a few simple adjustments, you can vary your carrying position from facing in to facing out on your front and carrying on your back.

Why are different babywearing options a good thing?
Your newborn baby needs a lot of closeness. At this age, it’s best to carry in the facing-in position to strengthen the bond between you; the warmth of your breath and the sound of your heartbeat are reassuring to your baby. At about the age of five months when your baby’s neck muscles are stronger, you can start carrying in the facing-out position — curious babies usually enjoy seeing what’s happening around them. When your baby is one year old, you can start carrying them on your back, which often feels more comfortable as your child grows heavier.

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