Our eldest daughter was a summer baby and I used to take her out in a BabyBjorn Classic carrier all the time. I found it versatile and loved going for walks with her strapped to my front.
Skip forward a few years, our second child has arrived and BabyBjorn has very kindly provided me with one of its Miracle carriers to review. It doesn’t take long to establish that the main difference between the two is that the Miracle is sturdier, which is better for the parent, while also more supportive of the child.
The Miracle features a system of adjustable waist and shoulder straps. This makes it very simple to adjust both to your body and your child’s.
A bit of technical info for you; the carrier is recommended for children between 3.5 and 12 kilos (newborn to 15 months). It’s made from a cotton / polyester mix and can be washed at 40 degrees centigrade. Expect to pay around £115.
All in all this is a great carrier. If you can’t stretch to £115 the Classic is cheaper and still a very good product but it is worth spending the few extra pounds on the Miracle if you can.
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