Waistbelt range: 17.8 in - 57 in
For babies 7 - 45 lbs
Machine washable. Make sure to fasten all buckles before washing. We recommend putting the carrier in a pillowcase. Use mild detergent free of bleach, perfumes, dyes, chlorine, or optical brighteners.
Machine wash cold 30°C and air dry.
Ergobaby's mission statement - "We are building global communities of confident parents with innovative, ergonomic baby products that enable and encourage bonding."
Back in 2002 the idea for Ergobaby began with a parent's love for her child and her desire to keep him close, the ergonomic, comfortable design of the Ergobaby Baby Carrier was born.
Ergobaby is committed to supporting non-profits and proudly gives back to organizations that value a healthy & informed pregnancy and birth, thriving babies, and happy, committed parents.
Some of the Non-Profits Ergobaby supports:
-Carry the Future’s primary goal is to provide relief to refugee families while they are on their journeys to asylum. Ergobaby donates baby carriers to families with babies and toddlers.
-Baby2Baby by donating baby carriers and other products.
-Lift Me Up is a non-profit program dedicated to providing ergonomic babywearing carriers to families who have children with special needs. We support Lift Me Up by donating baby carriers.
-The Carrying On Project is to help get carriers to military families so that they can better obtain secure attachment with their children, something that deployment and injuries will often interrupt. Ergobaby supports this project by donating baby carriers.
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