Here's what we recommend for you:
- Long woven wrap: These long pieces of fabric are the most traditional carrier type and the most flexible. Long woven wraps can be tied off with or without a waist and can be tied in a variety of ways on the chest to avoid discomfort. With the help of sling rings, you can even avoid pressure from knots! If needed, you can easily re-tie the carry to move where the pressure is, for optimum comfort. Tap here to shop long woven wraps.
- Ring sling: The ring sling is perfect for the quick ups and downs of toddler life! With no defined waistband, you can pop your child in on your hip and provide them the snuggles they need without worrying about too much pressure on your belly or breasts. This is a shorter piece of fabric with rings attached that can be used for one-shoulder front, hip, or back carries. Tap here to shop our ring sling collection.
- Wrap-strap meh dai: A wrap strap meh dai with 4 wrap straps is a great way to step into wrapping if you aren’t quite ready for all the tying! These carriers have a pre-made seat in the form of a structured panel. You can do waist-less carries and can use sling rings instead of knots, and you can do a variety of tie-offs across the chest for comfort. Tap here to shop our wrap strap meh dai collection.
- Onbuhimo: For some, this is the ultimate pregnancy carrier! Onbuhimos are small, lightweight, and easy to pack into a diaper bag for on-the-go babywearing. They can be used for front or back carries and put little-to-no pressure on the breasts and no pressure on the belly. Tap here for our onbuhimo collection.