“Babywearing” has become popular in the U.S. in recent decades, but it’s been practiced around the world for centuries. More than just a convenience, infants benefit from being carried closely. Whereas in other countries, babywearing is a normal part of infant development, here it’s more a matter of freeing-up our hands situation. There are times that my tiny dancer just wants to be held and I don’t have enough arms to carry her and get stuff done – enter the baby carrier.
When I registered for baby products, I registered for the BABYBJÖRN. I didn’t do much research into the matter, it was just the only baby carrier I had heard of. When I started Lil’ Miss, I was sent a few samples of competing baby carriers to try out. What follows below is my comparison and review of the BABYBJÖRN, BabyHawk and Belle Organic Earth baby carriers.