Our New Favorite Wrap
Some of my most special memories from when Jack was a baby, were made when I was wearing him. There's just something about having your baby close to you that's the best feeling in the world.
When we found out we had another little guy on the way, there was no question that I would be wearing him. Instead of using Jacks old wrap, I wanted to look for one especially for Henry.
Even though it had only been two years since I'd been pregnant, the landscape of baby products had already changed. Like many of my favorite baby finds, I turned to Instagram to see what mamas were loving these days. I found time and again that a lot of my favorite mama influencers were using the same wrap. The Beluga Baby. I had to find out more.
It turns out, the Beluga Baby wrap was designed by a Canadian mother named Haley. Haley started her business right before the birth of her first child, with a desire to help other mamas bond with their babies. Haley created the Beluga Baby wrap using sustainable bamboo fabric that is super soft and stretchy.
The Beluga Baby wrap comes in 7 stylish colors, that fit right in with any wardrobe. I loved the charcoal and white stripe print, and couldn't wait to try it.
Henry absolutely loves his wrap. And we wear it all the time. At the grocery store, running errands, even around the house. I've worn him wrapped up while I vacuumed with some baby ear muffs, and on walks with big brother in the stroller.
The first month, Henry was experiencing some colic in the evenings. It's always stressful as a parent when your baby cries even after being fed and changed. After a couple of long nights, I decided to try wearing him in the Beluga Baby wrap. Every single time, it worked like a charm. Henry feels so content and safe in his wrap, he usually dozes off within minutes of getting in it.
I could not recommend this wrap enough. I've tried other wraps, and this one is my new favorite. The material is just so soft and stretchy, who wouldn't want to take a nap in it? It allows me to have two free hands to get things done, and Henry just loves it.