Babies have many needs, as do parents. Hug-a-Bub wrap carriers are
designed to be worn throughout the day so that neither of your needs have to be
sacrificed. Hug-a-Bub carriers allow you to be hands-free and continue to do what you
enjoy to do while maintaining the sense of closeness and connection with your
baby. You can bring your baby everywhere and have the freedom to do so much
The wide shoulder wraps double up to provide the most secure support for
baby's head and neck. The Wrap Carrier is ideal for newborns, premature and
sleeping babies. There is no weight limit for your baby. The Hug-a-Bub is suitable
for babies from prematurity up to toddlerhood. As long as you still pick
them up they will feel lighter in a Hug-a-Bub.
The Hug-a-Bub's ergonomic design wraps around your torso, from shoulders
to hips, reducing unnecessary strain on your shoulders, neck and back.
Physiotherapists recommend Hug-a-Bub Wrap Carrier for parents with
chronic back problems.
Due to its unique wrap style, the Hug-a-Bub Wrap Carrier offers a firm
and secure hold that allows you to have your hands completely free. You
can even bend forward with your baby hugged close to your body.
When worn correctly the Hug-a-Bub is one of the most secure baby
carriers on the market. There are no clips or buckles that can break or
seams that can come undone. It is even possible to bend over completely
without fear of your baby falling out.
Included with your Hug-a-Bub baby carrier is a step-by-step
instructional video that demonstrates:
- a simple tying method,
- how to place your baby in any of the 4 different positions,
- a few handy hints on how to get the most out of your Hug-a-Bub
in both hot and cold climates,
- and last but not least some important information about the many
benefits baby-wearing has to offer.
Hug-a-Bub has also been endorsed by
physiotherapists, childcare professionals, midwives, occupational
therapists in Australia and is used in special care nurseries in
Learning to use a Hug-a-Bub
compared to using a sling is not unlike learning to tie laced-shoes for the
first time. There is a simple tying method that, once learned, will ensure you
get optimum comfort and support from the Hug-a-bub. It may
require a little patience during the first 1 or 2 practices, but once you are
used to it, it will become second nature. Please have a look at our
online video demonstration page,
this page brings together several different online videos demonstrating how to
properly wear your Hug-a-Bub as well as demonstrating how to safely remove your
If you have any further questions please have a look at our Hug-a-Bub Frequently Asked
Questions or feel free to
contact us to ensure that you are getting the most from your baby wearing