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Registry Round Up: The Most Comfortable Baby Carriers

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Jasmine Roth HGTV Registry round up on baby carriers

HGTV Jasmine Roth husband tries on baby carriers

Well it’s about that time: time to buy look into the best baby carriers! There’s been a whole lot of talk of being a “carrier” these days. So it’s ironic that I had this weekend slated way ahead of time to share the baby carriers Brett and I considered. And the ones we ultimately chose for our baby registry.

I have no real basis for this, but I feel strongly that I’m going to be an unabashed Baby Carrier. As in, one of those Moms who carries her baby around with her everywhere. As such, I made sure to order and try on all the different carriers that my friends had recommended.

There were some baby carriers that Brett and I did some serious consumer testing on. And by “serious”, I mean trying them on and seeing if we could get our dog Tiger buckled in without trying to bite us.

Our Favorite Baby Carriers

In the end, Brett and I both agreed that the Baby Tula Explore Carrier would be our inside, outside, around-the-house, everyday, all-purpose carrier. It was super comfortable, and easy to get in and out of. I also decided to keep the Baby K’Tan; for $40, it seems smart to have a back-up or alternative if the need arrises.

 

Now, all we need is a baby, and we’ll be good to go for a hike (and by “hike,” I mean a walk around the block with our new baby and our miniature dog).

 

 

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