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Natibaby Milori

Brand Name: Natibaby

Wrap Name: Milori

Reviewed by: Nina Naus

Size of Wrap: 6

Fabric Content: 100% Cotton

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How long has this wrap been used by you?
1 week

What size is the wrappee?
23lbs, 29 inches, 14 months old

What is the thickness of this wrap?
Medium thin

Does it have cush?
Believe it or not this wrap is cushy and soft. It molds so nicely to the wrapper and baby. Not to mention how solid this wrap it. It’s not marshmalloy or pillowy, but when doubled over it’s very nice on the shoulders.

How does it feel on your shoulders?
This was very nice and flat on my shoulders due to the thin nature. It was easily spread out or doubled over while wrapping.

How much diagonal stretch does the wrap have?
Milori does not have a lot of stretch, but I would assume with some more time to break in it might develop more stretch over time. It’s more like a pair of soft all cotton pajamas. The more it’s worn the more it will break down and soften up. I ony had the privilege to try this wrap for about a week. Though I’d love to work with it longer to see if the stretch suddenly appears.  
How supportive did you find it in a single layer carry?
 I don’t think it gets more supportive than 100% cotton. This wrap is so supportive in a single layer carry. Even a sloppy ruck wrap job seemed to stay put and not budge with my little “leg straightener”. This wrap is the perfect width for all age littles
How supportive did you find it in a double layer carry?
If the messy ruck was solid and stable then you can only imagine the secure high back carry! Milori is the definition of grippy. Yet it slid nicely into place while wrapping. I would prefer a chest belt to assist in bearing the weight due to the moderate thinness of this wrap. Overall, this would be my choice for a nice fall or spring walk. Comfortable, solid, and beautiful!

Can you compare this wrap to another wrap already on the market?
I have tried 100% cotton wraps in tekhni and Girasol. I found that Natibaby Milori fit nicely in between the thickness of tekhni and the thinness of girasol. 100% cotton is a little warm for me because I’m a naturally warm person, but in cooler weather it would be just perfect!

Who do you think this wrap would best be geared to?
This would be a great wrap for a beginner due to the easy of getting the passes over baby and set in place. Again, the width is perfect for small babies all the way to toddlers. Being solid and thin is a great mix for a starter wrap as well as a “perma-stash” for experienced wrappers.

Would you recommend this wrap to a friend? Why? What did you love about it?
I would recommend this to a friend that wants to start wrapping because it’s not only easy to wrap with it’s beautiful! I loved how easily passes slid over and locked into place. It’s a perfect width and length for new babies to toddlers and even older children.

Please tell us a little more about yourself:
I have been wrapping for about a year. I started with a Moby stretchy wrap, I’ve tried Girasols, Ellevill, and a lot of Tekhni wraps. I would still say I’m still a newer wrapper, but I like to take risks and try new carries all the time. I am a VBE for BWI of Chicagoland and I have tried a lot of different carriers over the last year (or so) of babywearing.


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