Christina Soletti on June 26, 2014

Introducing…Three New Organic Carriers

Hang in there, most babes end up loving a food after it’s been given to them every day for at least a week.

Organic. Ethical. Ergonomic. We’re thrilled to announce that we are adding three gorgeous and eco-friendly carriers to our Organic Collection.  Comfortable, safe, ergonomic and made from 100% Organic Cotton fabric (Oeko-Tex Certified), the Organic Collection is designed with your family and the planet in mind. With fabric as pure as baby’s breath, each carrier is…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 18, 2014

Four Position 360 Retailers

Four Position 360

Wow.  We are totally humbled and overwhelmed by the response to the Four Position 360…it has already sold out on  Thanks so much for your interest and enthusiasm!  We understand many of you are disappointed, but we would love to point you in the direction of our awesome retailers.  We are reaching out to…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 17, 2014

Their world in all directions…the Ergobaby Four Position 360 Baby Carrier

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In the first months of life, you are her world.  As she grows, she depends on you to help her reach out and explore. Babywearing gives baby a safe place to begin this evolution, right next to you, with your support, love and attention.  Mama’s body is still baby’s home base, but you have a way…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 11, 2014

And we have a winner!

Indigo Swiss Dot

Congratulations to Kristina Meltzer of 100 Layer Cakelet on her winning design, Indigo Swiss Dot.  You all voted, and the votes are in!  Here’s her inspiration behind the design:  “As a mama of two boys, I wanted to design a gender neutral carrier that was cute and feminine enough for a stylish mom, but also…Continue reading

Christina Soletti on April 03, 2014

Close Up: Help Choose Ergobaby’s Next Carrier Design

Kristina Meltzer

You met the mamas behind the designs, now we’re taking a closer look at the designs.   Alyson Brown of Unruly Things   Alyson’s designs are loosely inspired by woven fabric.  You can vote for her designs here: No. 1 No. 2   Kristina Meltzer of 100 Layer Cakelet   Kristina found her inspiration from…Continue reading

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