I have loved babywearing with my kids. It's so convenient to be able to keep baby close to you in a baby carrier while still being able to move around, enjoy the outdoors without your arms feeling like they'll fall off, or get a few things done in the house while still snuggling your baby.
I recently had the chance to review the ErgoBaby Bundle of Joy carrier package. This package includes the ErgoBaby Original carrier, which is one of the most popular soft structured carriers available, with an infant insert so you can begin using the Ergo for a newborn. You can take a look at the pros and cons of this baby carrier in my ErgoBaby Review.
Some parents really like a baby wrap carrier for newborns and young infants. The Moby Wrap is one of the best-known carriers of this style. Wraps are often made of a stretchy knit material, though, which can begin to feel uncomfortable as baby gets heavier. That's when parents tend to turn to a sturdy woven carrier such as the Ergo or a mei tai.
Regardless of which baby carrier style you choose, you must read the instructions and follow age and weight limits from the manufacturer. For more babywearing safety information, check out these Baby Carrier Safety Tips.