This has been such a beautiful and sunny Autumn here in the Pacific Northwest. I absolutely love taking my sweet little girl, Reylin (who is almost nine months old) out on walks where she gets to witness first hand the beauty of all of the breathtaking colors of fall.
We had a very warm summer, and my husband and I took Reylin on many hikes. We always carry her around in a baby carrier, because needless to say, you cannot maneuver a stroller out there in the woods, and a wiggly baby would make for very tired parental arms!
We have tried many types of baby carriers and slings, but most of them are not very good at keeping baby cool on warm days. Let’s face it, both parents and baby can get kind of sweaty on long walks and hikes! Thankfully we came across the Ergobaby Cool Air Mesh Carrier.
We have found that there is no better baby carrier than the Ergobaby Mesh Baby Carrier for our adventures out in nature! The mesh fabric is completely breathable, keeping me (or my hubby) and our baby cool and comfortable even on the hottest, most humid days! It’s also lightweight, yet durable. Neither of us have experienced any shoulder or back strain, even as Reylin gets heavier. And the fact that this carrier grows with our baby means we can use it until she is at least four years old!
This carrier is also very stylish, and I love how my husband or I can each wear it and feel good in it. I also appreciate the detachable pouch that is has, in which we can keep baby essentials as well as our car keys and wallets safe and secure. Baby Reylin can easily face forward or backward, but I usually keep her facing me, because it makes it convenient for breastfeeding her right on the trail!
Mostly, we love how much our baby girl feels while she is in it! Our little one is always so happy and content when she is in her perfect element; snuggled up with her Mommy or Daddy, out in the woods or at the park, in her ErgoBaby Mesh Baby Carrier!
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*I received this carrier from Ergobaby.com to review. All opinions are my own.