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George has always loved being held close and because of his reflux he has always got a lot of comfort from being upright. When Babybjorn got in touch about their sling I asked if we could review it as I felt given George’s love of being held close he would enjoy it. Also, I was conscious that we had a few upcoming trips that really didn’t lend themselves to using a pram; such as visiting a farm for pumpkin picking and going to the theatre.We were sent the BabyBjorn Baby Carrier Move in Anthracite for review. The BabyBjorn Baby Carrier Move is suitable for use from newborn (min 3.2kg) to approximately 15 months (max 12 kg or when the baby starts walking!).The BabyBjorn Baby Carrier Move features both facing in and facing out positions (from 5 months + and only once baby can confidently hold their head up). It has an adjustable head support, leg position and length making it suitable to properly support the baby.It is made from a really light, airy and thankfully machine washable mesh fabric. The fabric feels strong enough to support, but gentle enough for baby to feel snug. The fabric dries quickly after washing which is also very handy.The BabyBjorn Baby Carrier Move is comfortable to wear and includes adjustable backs, shoulder and waist support which means that we can quickly and easily switch between mum and dad carrying George.The baby carrier is really to use and its very easy to get the baby in and out safely.At first George was a little wary of the baby carrier, but once he was in it for a couple of minutes and realised that it meant we were able to carry him for longer he really loved it. He literally jumps up and down with excitement in it now.It has slotted really well and easily into our lives and has been used for trips to the farm so that George can be higher up and actually see the animals properly (prams tend to be so low that all. The baby sees at the farm is the stable doors!). It has also been used for quick pops to the shop when it’s easier and quicker to pop the carrier on than to use the pram. We have also used it for many a muddy day out too.

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