Mei Tai Baby Carrier, Floral Tiles

Mei Tai Baby Carrier

Regular price $84.95

The modern Mei Tai is borrowed from the ancient Chinese method of babywearing. Traditionally a large square or rectangular piece of cloth, the Mei Tai was secured by tying its four corners together. Today's Mei Tai come in a variety of colors and patterns, offering on-the-go families an excellent, comfortable, and stylish solution for carrying babies and toddlers. Mei Tai offer caregivers three positions for babywearing (front, back, and hip) and can be tied for a custom fit. BabyHawk Mei Tai can fit women up to size 22/24 and men up to an XXL. Lightly padded for comfort and durability, Mei Tai straps are 3 3/4 inches wide and is designed for children weighing between 8 lbs. and 40 lbs. Mei Tai can be machine washed with a small amount of detergent; line drying is recommended to preserve color.
  • Fits women up to size 22/24 and men up to an XXL
  • Lightly padded for comfort and durability
  • 3 Carry Positions: Front, Back and Hip
  • Baby Weight Range: 8-40 lbs
  • Mei Tai straps are 3 3/4 inches wide
  • Mei Tai can be machine washed with a small amount of detergent; line drying is recommended to preserve color
  • Made in the USA
  • HELPFUL HINTS: When putting the carrier on, tie the carrier upside down against your body. The pattern should be towards your body in this position. If you have a reversible carrier, the pattern you wish to display should be towards your body.

    Tie the straps behind the back of a younger baby for more support and under the bottom of a larger baby or toddler.

    When wearing a child on your back, frequently look at yourself when passing a window or another reflective object. You should be looking for proper positioning, that the ties are in the proper place, and that the child still looks comfy.

    Use a square knot instead of a bow when tying for security. If you have enough tail length left over, feel free to tie it in a bow.

    You can tie the waist straps above or just under your breasts to get the baby higher on your body. Note: this for back carries only! It is not recommended to wear the waist straps above your breasts in a front carry.

    It is safe for babies/toddlers to have their arms out over the top if that is what they prefer.
    HELPFUL HINTS: When putting the carrier on, tie the carrier upside down against your body. The pattern should be towards your body in this position. If you have a reversible carrier, the pattern you wish to display should be towards your body.

    Tie the straps behind the back of a younger baby for more support and under the bottom of a larger baby or toddler.

    When wearing a child on your back, frequently look at yourself when passing a window or another reflective object. You should be looking for proper positioning, that the ties are in the proper place, and that the child still looks comfy.

    Use a square knot instead of a bow when tying for security. If you have enough tail length left over, feel free to tie it in a bow.

    You can tie the waist straps above or just under your breasts to get the baby higher on your body. Note: this for back carries only! It is not recommended to wear the waist straps above your breasts in a front carry.

    It is safe for babies/toddlers to have their arms out over the top if that is what they prefer.

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