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Photos were taken by Tamara Clark Photography for a Beluga Baby wrap photoshoot.
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If I had to pick one baby product that I couldn’t live without I think that it would be my Beluga Baby wrap (keeping in mind that this is after the essentials of diapers and wipes people). In all seriousness though, I don’t know how I parented without baby wearing previously.

The One Baby Product I could not live without | Beluga Baby Wrap | Photo by Tamara Clark

The Beluga Baby wrap has been a game changer. From the newborn days when she would only sleep on me to the long days out and about where I need to be handsfree. I used my wrap from the very beginning and Evelyn has grown such a love for it. As she grows I use it more for nap time and it works like a charm for those on the go nap times.

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The One Baby Product I could not live without | Beluga Baby Wrap | Photo by Tamara Clark

3 Reasons I Love the Beluga Baby Wrap

  1. It’s made ethically in Canada from the softest bamboo fabric.
  2. The four way stretch. This allows for added comfort and no stiffness. It took me a few tries to get used to the stretch and find the perfect hold but once you get it, you are golden.
  3. It easily fits into my diaper bag. With Sophie I had one carrier that was big and bulky. There was no way that thing was going to ever fit into any sized diaper bag. My wrap folds up nice and small and leaves plenty of room for all the essentials.

The One Baby Product I could not live without | Beluga Baby Wrap | Photo by Tamara Clark

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Haley, Beluga Baby Founder, invited me to join in on her recent photo shoot and was so thrilled to be a part of it. When I met Haley my husband and I just found out we were pregnant. I started following her Instagram and I couldn’t wait to try baby wearing. I loved how constantly shares tips about correct baby wearing positioning and encouraging words for mothers.

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