Mo+m Classic Cotton 3 Position Baby Carrier (Solid Navy Blue) ● Soft Structured, Ergonomic Sling w/ Mesh Cooling Vent, Hood & Pockets ● Great Gift for New Moms



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The International Hip Dysplasia Institute Says “Crotch Danglers Are Terrible For Your Baby.” That’s Why We Don’t Sell Them.
When your baby is carried with legs dangling, this is bad for hip and spine development. The Mo+m Carrier simulates the natural positioning of the baby’s body when a mother holds her young one. The carrier presses the baby against mom’s (or dad’s) body just as it would be during normal carrying.

Baby Carrier Killing Your Back? You Need the Mo+m Carrier.

-Supports Babies of All Sizes. Comfortably supports smaller babies to larger toddlers.
-Good For Your Baby’s Development. Ergonomic design that promotes healthy hip and spine development.
-Not Complicated. Carrier is easy to get the baby in and out of, even by yourself.

Baby wearing is not just a fad. Anthropologists and psychologists have noted that when a child is constantly in the arms of a caregiver
it helps build communication between the two. This closeness is actually good for emotional development in the baby and studies have shown
babies that are carried often are less prone to crying fits. Motion from carrying your baby also helps him/her develop motor skills.
Carrying your baby also allows you freedom to get things done with hands free parenting.

But what makes the Mo+m Carrier so great? Well, this soft, all natural cotton carrier can easily fold up and go in your diaper bag.
It is machine washable, so when the carrier becomes dirty from spit up, drool and other baby things,just toss it in the wash, dry on low heat and get back to carrying your baby. The Mo+m Carrier also comes with a protective hood that you can snap on to cover your baby’s head and shield her from the sun. When you order the MO+M Carrier, you’ll also be emailed a link to a free instructional video that teaches you how to get the most out of your baby carrier.

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