BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini Review
BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini Review
December 10, 2019

BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini Review

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BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini Review

Newborn snuggles are awesome for bonding, but they aren’t always great for getting things done. (Unless you count binging Netflix as getting things done. Which we do.) Baby carriers keep your baby close to the body while freeing up your hands, but the more structured frontpack-style options often require additional inserts for newborns. BABYBJÖRN just introduced a new lightweight carrier called the BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini, specifically designed for your baby’s first year. Babylist Scout Perla has the full scoop in the video above.

Why We Love It:

  • Lightweight: The BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini is a smaller, more lightweight baby carrier making it just right for newborns. It still boasts the BABYBJÖRN signature ergonomic design, while the slim profile means less fabric than a sling or wrap.
  • Versatile: While designed with newborns in mind, it can be used front facing after five months, and will last through your baby’s first year (up to 25 lbs.).
  • Easy On: BABYBJÖRN carriers are known for being user-friendly (if you can work a buckle, you’ve already mastered all the skills you’ll need). The BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini goes on quickly with just a few steps⁠—no extra helping hands needed.
  • Easier Off: The easy-to-remove front panel makes for seamless transitions out of the carrier and into the crib when your baby inevitably falls asleep on you.
  • Affordable: Smaller profile means smaller price tag. At less than $100, the BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier Mini is almost half the cost of many full-size carriers.

Keep In Mind

  • This carrier will only take you through the first year, so you’ll need to upgrade if you plan on babywearing longer than that.
  • The seat can be a little tricky to adjust (though you’ll only have to do that as your baby grows).

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