My hubby and I are big babywearers and we love trying out new carriers. I was so excited to find the BB Tai from Nova Natural and to get a chance to try it.
I am having a hard time wearing my 18 month old now that I am in my 2nd trimester with Baby #3. Everything seems to pinch or strain my back and shoulders. Not so with the BB Tai! The soft wrap straps give a custom fit and evenly distribute the weight over my shoulders and back. He is practically weightless up there!
I wore kiddo around at the Geocaching World Wide Flash Mob (so much fun!!!) and felt great the entire time. I was about 15 weeks pregnant and was still able to wear my 20 pound 18 month old comfortably.
The BB Tai is full of fun extras that you won’t find with most other wrap Mei Tais. I love that it comes with a matching shoulder bag. Wrap conversion bags can sell for about $50 by themselves, so the fact that the BB Tai comes with the bag for FREE is incredible! I also love that the BB Tai has a built-in zippered pocket on one of the belt straps to hold my credit cards, chapstick and cash. So convenient!
The BB Tai also has a little seat inside to make wrapping a little one easier. I haven’t had a chance to use it since my guy is so big, but it is feature that I am very excited about for our new little one that is coming in December. It is great to have a carrier that will work for a newborn as well as a toddler.
I would very highly recommend the BB Tai.
What makes the BB Tai a Pinworthy Product?
- Infant to Toddler carrier
- One size fits all
- Comfy wrap straps
- Comes with matching bag
- Highest quality, softest 100% organic cotton
Babylonia Website: http://www.babylonia.be/
Nova Natural Website (US Distributors): http://www.novanatural.com/
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