Baby Bjorn Carrier Minimum Weight – I am a big fan of baby clothes and have tried different boxes and wraps. With so many options available, it can be difficult to find “the one”. Some carriers require a newborn attachment, others don’t allow forward-facing carries, and each parent or caregiver may need something a little different. BABYBJÖRN, an innovator of baby products since 1961, has just released a new carrier designed to be the best carrier you’ll ever need. Allow me to introduce you to the Baby Bjorn One Carrier.
BABYBJÖRN just released the Baby Carrier One on October 1st, but I had the opportunity to test this product (free to facilitate this review) before the official release date. I own several ergonomically designed soft carriers for both caregiver and baby, so I was interested to see how the Single Carrier would compare. I have done a lot of research on baby wear and hip dysplasia, so I was happy to hear that One Carrier has been developed to reflect the recommendations of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute.
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The One carrier is BABYBJÖRN’s first carrier that will allow you to carry your baby both front and back. Before that, baby carriers prevented you from wearing your baby on the front, either facing in or out. The One carrier allows for four different positions so you and your baby can decide what works best for you.
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The One Carrier is designed for newborns to children up to 3 years of age (8-33 pounds and 21-39 inches). You will start with the best birth position for babies 0 to 4 months, carrying your baby high on your chest, close to your heart for maximum bonding. No babysitting is required, so there are no extra costs or parts to deal with. Once your baby gets a little older, you can continue to wear it facing inwards in a comfortable position for baby and carer, or you can wear it facing outwards once it reaches 5 months. I know there is a lot of discussion about hip dysplasia and carriers facing the outside, but according to the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, “The risk of hip dysplasia or dislocation is greatest in the first few months of life. At six months of age, most babies almost double in size, their hips are bigger and their bones are stronger, so they are less susceptible to developing hip dysplasia. Of course, you’ll want to discuss this with your primary care provider if you have any concerns. New to the BABYBJÖRN baby carrier range is the back carry you’ll be able to achieve with the Baby Carrier one. In one simple movement, you will be able to put your baby on your back without assistance (more on that later).
Assuming that you buy this handling company on the first day, you will start using it in the right place of birth. The One carrier has a variable height, which is adjusted by a zipper inside the carriers. The photo below shows the stand in place with the main part of the seat closed and hanging down.
You can see there is a mesh flap labeled “Newborn Position” If you are using the baby carrier with your newborn (at least 8 lbs 21 inches) you will want to make sure the height is set here so you can carry the little one up on your chest. If you use it with an older baby (age 4 months and older), you will adjust the height of the carriers in the child’s position. To do this, simply open the carrier seat and move it down to the Child Height label and put it back in place. That’s it – your carrier has gone from newborn height to toddler height. Now you can lift the front (seat) of the carrier and put it in place to start wearing the baby.
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One carrier has 4 unique buckles: 2 for head support and 2 safety straps. The straps can be a little hard to get used to at first, but once you get the hang of it, it’s very easy to use. You’ll know they’re secure when you hear an audible click. There is a release button to open the buckle, which is designed so that a child cannot accidentally release it.
Unlike other carriers I’ve used, the One Carrier doesn’t have a chest clip that you have to take out to get it on and off. The yoke stays in place, though it’s adjustable, and you just put it on your baby’s luggage like you’re wearing a sweater.
The waist belt is adjustable up to 62 inches. In the picture above, I wanted to show the pose in the area, but it is completely exposed. The main part of the transporter hangs down in front of my feet. You can see the height adjustment system and the things your child will rest on inside the play area. This is a little different from other soft carriers that are built where the baby is next to you when you are wearing them. As I mentioned earlier, there is no chest clip and the yoke is non-removable. You adjust it easily by sliding it up or down along the strap and width, pulling or loosening the fabric tab.
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Once you have the carrier in place and the yoke is properly positioned, you can hold your little one and you’re ready to start babywearing! Depending on where you will be using it, the best way to put your baby in the bassinet will be determined. Below is a great video from BABYBJÖRN showing you the best way to load your baby in a single carrier.
Let’s talk about the features of this carrier that is designed for you and your baby:
The One carrier is designed to be an ergonomic carrier with maximum comfort. As a carer, you’ll enjoy adjustable, padded and padded shoulder straps and a padded belt. These are the workhorses of a play pen and, when used properly, will distribute your child’s weight evenly to prevent fatigue, even during long periods of use.
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Your baby will enjoy the soft and safe material of the Baby Carrier One. The main support body is 60% cotton, 40% polyester, the lining is 100% cotton, and the waist band is 100% polyester. All fabrics are soft and safe for children, certified to be free of harmful substances and approved according to Oeko-Tex 100, class 1 for children’s products. The main part of the carry case has a solid, adjustable head that can be clipped down in our forward-facing mode.
The One carrier was developed with the help of pediatricians to ensure adequate support for your growing baby’s head, back and hips. The seat of this carrier is designed for baby comfort and the height is adjustable so that the carrier grows with your baby. Even the headrest is adjustable and can be folded as needed. There is also a wonderful feature in the One Carrier that allows forward-looking – wide adjustable leg positions. As you can see in the photo above, there are zippers in the foot area under the support seat. Open them only to allow the baby’s legs to hang in the “normal” leg position. This position can be used for babies 5-15 months (my youngest is 15 months and 26 pounds in the photos above). Simply fold the adjustable headrest and your child will have an unobstructed view of their surroundings. Or, you can choose to carry your toddler facing inward in a wide leg or “frog” position (top left photo).
Once your baby is 12 months or older, you can switch back to using the One Carrier. Without the ability to remove the chest strap, carrying your baby on your back can seem difficult. Luckily, BABYBJÖRN made this amazing video tutorial that shows how to put your baby on their back completely unassisted.
Baby Bjorn Carrier One
Here are some photos of me showing the mobile back. You can see that my little one is very spacious and comfortable. The yoke is a little high, but that’s where I found it comfortable.
I forgot to raise the headrest for these photos, but normally you would have the head fully raised to comfort your little one.
The One Baby Carrier comes with a complete instruction manual, which is very detailed and easy to understand. However, if you’re out and about and need a quick refresh, the One Fanny Pack has a hidden pocket with folded instructions! I love love love this brand!
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Overall, I think the Baby Bjorn Carrier One is a great carrier! I like the ergonomic design and it is very comfortable to wear, even for extended activities. The fact that it’s designed to be the only baby carrier you’ll ever need and you don’t need more than one baby carrier is a big plus in my book. The flexibility is absolutely amazing, especially if