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Baby-Doo Woven Wrap

Brand Name: Baby-Doo

Wrap Name: Ocean

Reviewed by: Sara Stephenson

Size of Wrap: Medium (4.4 Meters)

Fabric Content: 100% Combed Cotton

What size is the wrappee?
4.5 years old, 42 inches, 36 lbs 2.5 years old, 40 inches, 40 lbs 10 weeks, 23 inches, 11 lbs

What were/are the exact measurements (ex: Length & Width):
Pre-Wash: n/a
Post-Wash: n/a

What was the weight of the wrap:
Pre-Wash: n/a
Post-Wash: n/a

What is the thickness of this wrap?
I would say medium

Is the wrap being reviewed a reweave of another original release? If so please tell which version you have?

This is a standard line wrap

Does it have cush?
It is so beautifully cushy! I want a blanket made out of it. It is perfectly soft and cushy for my newborn and also has enough cush to be comfortable on my shoulders when wearing my older kids. It molds really well around all of my children.

How does it feel on your shoulders?
 It felt marvelous on my shoulders thanks to the cushiness. I really loved this wrap.

How much diagonal stretch does the wrap have?
It has enough diagonal stretch to make it mold really well to my child but not too much to make it saggy for the older kids. Can you tell I'm smitten with this wrap?

How supportive did you find it in a single layer carry?
I tried both a kangaroo carry with the newborn and a ruck with the older kids and both were very comfortable and supportive.

How supportive did you find it in a double layer carry?
It couldn't have been more perfect in a double layer carry! It was easy to tighten too. It slid nicely while tightening but then stayed solid once in place.

Can you compare this wrap to another wrap already on the market?
It reminds me of a well loved girasol or storch leo. Perfectly soft, comfortable, and moldable.

Who do you think this wrap would best be geared to?
I would say this would be perfect for everyone. It wraps easily and is comfortable which makes it perfect for new babywearers. It was also supportive with all three of my kids of varying ages. It has a price that can't be beat too!

Would you recommend this wrap to a friend? Why? What did you love about it?
Yes for sure. The color is beautiful, the wrap is supportive, and because it is all cotton, I don't feel the need to baby it at all, so it would be great for an all day outing somewhere. I've been showing it to everyone the past few weeks and they have all loved it! I'm definitely going to recommend this brand to everyone looking to try out a new brand.

Please tell us a little more about yourself:
I have been wearing for almost 5 years. I am a trained CBWS (Center for Babywearing Studies) consultant and am a VBE (Volunteer Babywearing Educator) and the President of Babywearing International of Chicagoland. I have three children: an almost 5 yr old, an almost 3 yr old, and a 2 month old.


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