Can you wear a newborn in a Tula?
The Infant Insert is recommended to securely and comfortably use our standard-sized Tula Baby Carrier with small infants, up to until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15 pounds.
How do you carry a baby in a Tula?
Standard Carriers must be used with the Tula Infant Insert for infants and newborns under 15lbs, or until the baby can hold his/her head up consistently for extended periods of time and is tall enough to be placed in a fully seated position with knees dangling freely at a right angle.
Do you need Infant Insert for Tula?
An Infant Insert is not needed with the Tula Free-to-Grow Carrier or the Tula Explore Carrier. The Tula Toddler Carrier cannot be used with an Infant Insert or any baby below 25 pounds.
How do you use a baby carrier for a newborn?
Your baby carrier should allow your baby’s hips to spread so their legs are straddling your body. Your baby’s knees should be spread apart, the thighs should be supported, and the hips should be bent.
Can baby face out in Tula free grow?
The Free-to-Grow Baby Tula Carrier is not designed to be worn with baby in an outward-facing position. If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend our Explore Tula Baby Carrier that allows baby to face in, face out, and be worn in a back carry.
When can baby face forward in Tula carrier?
The Tula Explore Baby Carrier allows you to front carry your baby in the facing out position when your baby is between 5,9 – 10 kg, has full head and neck control, and is tall enough to have their face fully clear the top of the body panel while being seated in the carrier.
When can I use Tula with insert?
We recommend using the insert in your Tula Standard Baby Carrier from newborn (3.2kg/7lbs) until your baby has grown big and strong enough to sit independently with their knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and they weigh a minimum of 7 kg / 15lbs.
How long can baby use Tula carrier?
You should be able to enjoy the Standard Tula Baby Carrier into toddlerhood, but should consider transitioning to the Toddler Carrier if you and/or baby are no longer comfortable in the Standard.
When can you wear baby facing out?
As soon as your baby can hold his head up steadily, usually around 4 to 6 months, you can turn him out to face the world – though some babies may still prefer the cozier snuggling position of facing inward for a few more months.
Is Tula a good carrier?
The Tula was the top-scoring carrier in this category, earning a 9 of 10. The design is roomy at the top, and allows for a lot of wiggle space around your baby, while still providing plenty of support in the deep seat. The fabric is thin and pliable, yet strong.
Can I use an Ergo infant insert in a Tula?
Can you use the Tula infant insert in an Ergo (or the Ergo insert in a Tula)? Again, the answer is no. The infant inserts are made specifically for the different carrier brands: the infant insert by Ergo is made to make an infant fit in an Ergo, and the Tula insert is made to make an infant fit in a Tula.
Which baby carrier is best?
Best baby carriers
- Best no-frills baby carrier: Boba Wrap.
- Best baby carrier for toddlers: Tula Toddler Carrier.
- Best baby carrier for dads: Mission Critical S.01 Action Baby Carrier.
- Best baby carrier for plus size: ErgoBaby Omni 360, Tula Free-To-Grow Baby Carrier.