Review: Boppy ComfyFit Baby Carrier

Boppy Baby Carrier

Did you know that this week is International Baby Wearing Week, a week-long opportunity to celebrate, promote, advocate for, and focus media attention on the many benefits of babywearing.

Carrying your baby in a carrier or sling is a great way to nuture your baby, as well as to help you carry on with your normal daily activities.

As part of Very’s Baby and Nursery campaign, we were invited to review the Boppy ComfyFit Baby Carrier.

helps you keep your baby close to you always in a natural and practical way. It is easy to wear and lightweight, allowing you to move around freely while encouraging the child’s interactions with surrounding environment.

The Boppy ComfyFit Baby Carrier is designed for babies between 3.5-15Kg (8-35 lbs).

Boppy Baby Carrier

It is easy to wear and lightweight, with wide, padded straps which help evenly distribute your baby’s weight and allowing you to move around freely. The mid-section of the carrier is also padded and has been designed to hold babies back and hips in the correct position.

Lilah Baby Carrier

Your baby can we worn both facing in and facing out and Lilah loves interacting with the surrounding environment. When she is in a carrier she is higher up than when in her buggy, so is now a huge fan of shopping and chats away to everyone she sees as she is walked around!!

Boppy Carrier

We have tried a few baby carriers, but this one is definitely the most comfortable and will be used until Lilah outgrows it.

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Disclaimer: We are working with Very.co.uk as part of their Baby and Nursery campaign and were gifted the Boppy Baby Carrier for the purpose of a review. All thoughts and opinions are our own.

 

 

3 thoughts on “Review: Boppy ComfyFit Baby Carrier

  1. I would have loved a carrier like this when little J was younger. She los so comfortable and happy.

  2. Valerie says:

    Baby wearing wasn’t a thing when my boys were born. I carried them often, I loved the closeness but at a point physically it wasn’t the easiest. I would have tried it.

  3. Rhian westbury says:

    I had no idea baby wearing week was a thing. I don’t have kids so have never carried a kid like this but I think it’s a great idea to show babies another view and everything around as opposed to being in a pushchair all the time x

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