Getting Started

Practice early, practice often.

Putting On Your Moby Wrap

First time users should start practicing at home, in comfortable clothing & in front of a mirror.

Mom showing how to find the center, indicated by a screen printed logo,  center on body at the navel.
Locate Center
Find the center, indicated by a screen printed logo, center on body at the navel.
Mom showing how to cross each side and pull neatly over your shoulders
Wrap Around Your Body
Cross each side and pull neatly over your shoulders
Mom showing how to adjust baby wrap carrier not too loose, but not too tight!
Tuck Straps
Pull each end completely through your center strap. Not too loose, but not too tight!
Mom demonstrating how to create an X on the front of your body by crossing one side on top of the other
Criss-Cross
Create an X on the front of your body by crossing one side on top of the other.
mom tying knot at front hip for secure babywearing
Finish
Users with excess material in their knot can tie at the front of the body instead.

Putting Baby in a Wrap

It's time to shine! We recommend trying babywearing for the first time during a normal 'awake time' in baby's current schedule. Prep for the best outcome, babies are happiest with a clean diaper and a full tummy.

Pro Tip: practice in front of a mirror!

Image of mom guiding baby's foot under the shoulder strap closest to your body.
One Leg At A Time
Guide baby's foot under the shoulder strap closest to your body.
Spread the fabric across baby's entire back and bottom
Secure
Spread the fabric across baby's entire back and bottom.
mom following steps to generously stretch the fabric to create a comfy fit
Repeat
Follow the same steps on the opposite side. Be sure to generously stretch the fabric to create a comfy fit.
Mom creating a deep seat by stretching the fabric behind each knee.
Supported Bottom
Create a deep seat by stretching the fabric behind each knee.
Hip Healthy Position
Baby's knees should be higher than their bottom, creating a soft M shape.
Mom demonstrating how to adjust the support strap over the baby's back, untuck little feet & toes. The top of the band should reach the back of baby's neck.
Finish
Pull the support strap over the baby's back, untuck little feet & toes. The top of the band should reach the back of baby's neck.

There's A Moby Wrap For That!

Hands-free ease for at home

Flexible Fabric for outdoor activities

Secure comfort for growing babies

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Classic
100% cotton
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Evolution
70% viscose, 30% cotton
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MOBY for Disney Baby
Featherknit
65% polyester, 35% cotton
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Elements
65% polyester, 35% cotton
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