take me out to the ball game with moby baby carriers :: review


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Screen shot 2013-09-10 at 1.37.37 PMDuring the first year of  life, wearing my baby has become almost second nature to getting dressed in the morning. Not exaggerating, I simply never leave home without my Moby Wrap.

I wear him at home while I do dishes. I wear him while I’m our running errands. I wear him when he isn’t feeling well and I wear him when he’s content but just wants to be close.

And just in time for the most comfortable leg (weather wise, anyway) of the Major League Baseball Season, Moby Wrap has comes out with an official MLB line! I mean, how cool is this?  Our favorite? The Tigers!

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The collection includes over 20 (24 to be exact) teams represented in the MLB, making this the most perfect wrap for any baseball loving parent (wraps arn’t just for mommas, right?)

Not familiar with the Moby Wrap? A few important details:

  • It’s ideal for babies 8 – 35 pounds, and personally I find once they get a bit heavier a back carry is most comfortable for both mom and child.
  • 100% natural cotton – can be simply washed and in my opinion is best line-dried.
  • Is it hard to center the team logo? No, not at all! The team logo is already centered on the wrap, just follow the instructions (I always find the tag, which is my starting point) and it will wrap up looking great!

The official MLB edition Moby’s make an absolutely perfect addition to any babywearer’s stash. Whether it’s your first ever carrier or one of a few. Finally, mama and baby will last (in style) through the seventh inning stretch!

How about you? What MLB team makes you stand up and cheer?

MLB Edition Moby :: $59.99

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Emily

the social media maven :: emily is a part time freelance writer, wife, and mother to four unintentionally hilarious little kids. emily rants and raves about urban life and living in downtown Indianapolis on her personal blog, DesignHERmomma.com. Her voice can also be heard at babble.com and disneybaby.com. Find more of Emily on her blog, twitter, pinterest, facebook and Google+.

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