Be comfortable. The superior design of the Moby Wrap uses your entire back, as well as your shoulders, to carry the weight of your baby. Unlike other carriers, which have narrow straps or go across one shoulder, the Moby Wrap is a wide piece of fabric that is wrapped over both shoulders. It is amazingly comfortable and easy to wear. There are no buckles, snaps or other fasteners. It is easy to adjust the fit of your Moby Wrap by varying how tightly you wrap yourself and your baby. Be secure. The Moby Wrap comes with easy to follow instruction cards and this web site with the latest news, tips and techniques. With the single stretch cotton and the width of the Moby Wrap, your baby is wrapped close and tight, insuring a secure hold. Your baby's head can also be secured under the stretchy cotton fabric for added safety. You can finally have both hands free and know your baby is safe and secure. Be uniquely close to your baby. There is not a lot of extra material or bulky padding between you and your baby. Your baby can hear your heartbeat and finds comfort in the warmth of your body, along with the cuddly confines of the Moby Wrap. Newborn to 35 lbs. The Moby Wrap is long enough to adapt to your growing baby. The fabric can hold up to 45 lbs, and most people feel comfortable carrying up to 35 lbs. Soothes fussy babies It is amazing how quickly a baby will settle down once wrapped in the Moby Wrap. Experts like Dr. Sears, stress the importance of holding your baby often and close. The Moby Wrap allows you to do this with ease. The style of the wrap insures your baby is uniquely close, while providing ultimate comfort and support. No more aching backs or tired arms! Now your baby can be kept close and happy for as long as he or she desires. Versatile There are many ways to wear your Moby Wrap. You can wear your baby facing you, facing the world, sideways or on your back.
what parents are saying
Yes it's a little hard to put on the first few times but it's so cozy for me and baby once it is on especially those newborn days. (Nov 06, 2017)
This was only useful to me when my daughter was first born. It is a lot of fabric. A lot. I may still use it in the future. Update: I did not use again with my son. It’s just too much fabric
Jul 03, 2020
Yes for newborn stage. The material is soft and supportive, yet comfy. Once you learn how to wrap it, it’s good for quick ups. It allows me to play w/ my toddler & hold baby. Can feel overheated tho.
May 31, 2020
The fabric is thicker and less breathable than other carriers, there’s TONS of excess fabric if you are short/petite, and for an exhausted mom and wailing baby, the need for “assembly” is frustrating.
Feb 18, 2020
This worked really well when my daughter was first born, she loved being tucked in and close to me. Using this wrap was the only way I was able to get anything done for the first few months!
Dec 27, 2019
I found the wrap in general the hardest to put on out of all carriers due to complex instructions. It would also drag on the floor while putting on because of length and that grossed me out.
Dec 27, 2019
My moby was a life save for my super fussy baby when he was a newborn. He would not sleep and refused being put down. This was able to let me do skin to skin nonstop and keep him comfortably connected
May 28, 2019
This took some practice to figure out at first because it is one long piece of fabric, but once you get the hang of it you'll love it. Allows you to use your arms while keeping baby close.
May 09, 2019
I loved this when my baby was first born. It is really long and kind of a pain to get on and to fit you/baby just right. I feel like I was only able use for a few months then my little one got too big
Aug 22, 2018
This wrap gets the job done, has washed nicely and is a soft fabric. I feel like it is way too long and was wrestling with all the material. The learning curve to wearing it correctly is steep!
Mar 30, 2018
Mia loves being worn in the Moby as an infant. AHe would fall asleep instantly. Joan that she’s older, she still loves the wrap but only when sleepy. It was easy to put on after some practice.
Feb 24, 2018