My favorite baby carrier when B was little was my Boba Organic Carrier, so I knew that when Miss B came along, I wanted to use a Boba with her as well. As a Boba Ambassador, I am excited to share with you my review of the Boba 4G Carrier.
The 4G comes in several colors and fun designs. I decided on the SOHO because of the beautiful red floral pattern that is on the center panel. This carrier not only looks great, but it also includes more than a dozen features making it truly one of a kind! One of my favorite features is the infant insert. The insert is essentially a fold and snap pillow that you snap into your carrier until your baby grows out of it. For babies 7-10 lbs, you fold and snap the insert in half. Doing so will keep your infant in the fetal tuck position and held higher for extra support. Once your baby is 10-14 lbs, unfold the pillow so they will sit with their legs held up in an M shape position since their legs are not long enough to be outside of the carrier yet. Once your child has outgrown the insert, just unsnap it from the carrier.
Other features that I love about the Soho Boba 4G Carrier are the removable foot straps, sleeping hood, holders for my purse straps, the many pockets, and the fact that I can carry my baby from 7 to 45 pounds! The carrier itself only weighs 2 pounds, so that you’re not holding a heavy carrier, plus your child. Right now I am carrying her on the front, but once she starts to get heavier I can wear her on my back as well.
I take our carrier with us everywhere and wear Miss B as often as I can. It is so much easier to wear her then lug the big heavy carseat around. Plus, she is so much more comfortable being close to her mama. She often falls asleep or just looks around at the view. Being hands free is one of the biggest bonuses about wearing my 4G. I can be close to my baby and get work done around the house, shop, and run after B! I absolutely love our Boba 4G and I know you will too.
Disclosure: I received the products listed above from Boba in exchange for this review. No monetary compensation was received by me. This review is 100% mine, and my honest opinion. Thank you Boba for this opportunity!
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