Little Frog woven wrap review

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photo (39)The gorgeous Nat at Woven Wraps Australia sent us a Sunny Agat Little Frog woven wrap last month! I am pretty new to wrapping but previous to this I have used a Woogiwoo stretch wrap so I knew a thing or two. I had also tried on a woven wrap at a local babywearing meet up and it felt a bit scary. Before using it I gave it a wash and line dried it. I was too nervous to put my baby in straight away so I tried it with a doll first and played around with a few different carries. When I was comfortable with the fit and position I fed and changed bub to make sure he was happy an then attempted my first carry. After I was happy with it I uploaded a couple of selfies to a babywearing Facebook group I am a part of and asked for their opinion. They said a few things like tighten the top rail and make the wrap pass under his knee not his calf but other wise it looked perfect. The next day we caught the train to the city and I walked around comfortably wearing him for about 2 hours.

I would highly suggest reading the instructions and practising with a doll first if you are new to woven wraps. I would also suggest joining a few Facebook groups or going to a babywearing meet up. I am yet to try a back carry but I am very excited to give it a go at my next local babywearing meetup. I was very surprised how easy it was to learn to wrap and also how addictive it is! It also makes a great hide and seek blanket and chew blanket for sore gums :)

Little Frog wraps are super strong and very comfy. I prefer this wrap over my other carriers at the moment because my baby is quite heavy. The price is a bargain at $76, they are the perfect starter wrap. If you are looking to purchase this wrap or any woven wrap go to Woven Wraps Australia!

We are giving away a woven wrap on our Facebook page!


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The gorgeous Nat at Woven Wraps Australia sent us a Sunny Agat Little Frog woven wrap last month! I am pretty new to wrapping..." />