Babies love to be close to their parents. Hug-a-Bub stretchy wrap carriers is the perfect way to keep your new baby close and secure, build connection and warm your heart. Hug-a-Bub carriers allows you to bring your baby everywhere with you, and also gives you the spare hands to do what needs to be done.
Cold wash with like colours. Machine or shade dry.
You Know Your Baby’s Being Safely Carried
Hug-a-bub has been used and recommended by physiotherapists, childcare professionals, midwives, occupational therapists in Australia and is used in special care nurseries in Australian hospitals. Hug-a-bub is endorsed by the Australian Breastfeeding Association (ABA).
hug-a-bub® Supports Baby’s Delicate Neck And Spine
The wide wrap double provides secure support for baby’s head and neck, and can even be used to wrap the back of bubs head close to your chest. Always check baby's face is not covered. The wrap carrier is ideal for newborns, premature and sleeping babies.
Supports Your Back
The hug-a-bub’s ergonomic design wraps around your torso, from shoulders to hips, distributing the weight of baby. Shoulders, neck and back feel supported when carrying baby. Many physiotherapists recommend hug-a-bub wrap carrier for parent with chronic back problems.
Due to its unique wrap style, the hug-a-bub stretchy wrap carrier offers a firm and secure hold so yours hands can be completely free. Even bending forward with your baby hugged close to your body is safe in the hug-a-bub.
Enjoy Peace Of Mind, Baby's safe
When worn correctly the hug-a-bub is one of the most secure baby carriers on the market. There are no clips or buckles that can break or seams that can come undone. It is even possible to bend over completely without fear of your baby falling out.
Discreetly and comfortably breastfeed your baby in your carrier. Some people may find adjusting the wrap slightly makes breastfeeding easier. Ensure your baby is being monitored as you are nursing. Return baby immediately to the recommended upright position if you have adjusted them to one side a little to breastfeed.
Close Enough To Kiss
Ensure your baby is “kissable and visible” when babywearing.