Spring Walks with ErgoBaby

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This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ergobaby.

Oh baby spring has arrived. This week is probably the first full rain-free week we've had since it's officially been spring and I'm so happy about it. Both my girls love being outside, Millie is always happiest outdoors on a stroll to the park or shop, and so is Hazel. Today I was trying to get a few boxes packed because we have about 12 days until we move (!!!) and Hazel was begging me to go outside. We all had a rough night so I just wasn't up for it but she looked at me with her big green eyes and said, "mommy I'm happy in the sun, I need to be in the sunshine." How can you say no to that?!

An Ergobaby has always been my go-to carrier, especially at this age when Millie can have the option of facing in or out, it's so nice. With Hazel I had an older Ergobaby 360, so I was excited to try the new Omni Mesh Baby Carrier.  I am amazed by how comfy it is for her and for me as well! It can be used from the newborn stage up to toddlers, which is amaaazing that you don't need an infant insert! It's super straightforward to use and not hard to figure out on your own! I've definitely tried carriers that require reading a long, complicated manual and still not really knowing which strap goes where! 

I mean, I want this girl close enough to kiss for as long as possible. Not wishing away these baby days. She's growing so fast! I'm so looking forward to all the adventures that the warmer weather will bring us.

One of my favourite features is the easy switch sliders that make switching from facing in to out so quick and easy. Millie loves seeing what we're up to, but after so long she gets overstimulated. I can make a quick turnaround and she calms down pretty quick! Same with the other way, she'll wake up from a nap if we're out for a long walk and want to get in on the action. I'd honestly suggest a baby carrier as one of my top things you need as a new mom!

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Ergobaby.

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