Monday, February 18, 2013

Moby Wrap & GO Review and Giveaway!

My first introduction to babywearing was in the aisles of Target.

Yep, the one store that sucks me in so badly and eats the money out of my wallet like a tazmanian devil of cute scarves, jewelry, and random homegoods.

At the time, I was pregnant with little man and shopping for a bathtub.  A friend had recently told me of a duck tub that was apparently amazing, so I headed over to the baby aisles with a few gift cards and checked it out.  As I tried to find the bathtubs, I happened upon several Infantino carriers and a Moby wrap.  I'd never heard of babywearing before, and never seen either of these products.  But I wasn't really feeling the duck tub, so I grabbed a Moby wrap and took it home to give it a try.

Throughout the first few months of little man's life, I realized just how great of an investment the Moby wrap was.  I used that thing all.the.time.  Little man was fussy and didn't want to nap?  Moby wrap.  I needed to make dinner?  Moby wrap.  Going to the grocery store?  Moby wrap.  Our floors needed to be vacuumed? Moby wrap.  Seriously, I used it at least every other day and would have used it more if it weren't in the wash so often from little man being the spit-up king!  (*For fellow mamas of babies who spit up constantly- this wrap is extremely easy to wash!)

So, when the Moby company asked me to review their wrap and also their new Moby GO carrier on the blog, I was really excited to share this product with my readers.

The Moby wrap is a great way to wear your new babe (from 8-35 pounds) right from the start.  It keeps your little one close to you but allows you the luxury of doing things like eating a meal with two hands, and can be a huge lifesaver for your back when you're rocking and shushing your child in circles around your kitchen island for 2 hours.  Noooo, I've never done that before... :)

The Moby GO is Moby's brand new carrier made for babies from 15-45 pounds.  The GO is a soft structured carrier, putting it in the same grouping as the Ergo and the Boba carrier I've discussed previously, so I'll make a few comparisons to those carriers throughout the review.

But, before I get ahead of myself, let's start with the Moby wrap!


As I mentioned, the Moby wrap is for babies from 8-35 pounds.  Basically, it's a reeeeeeeally long piece of fabric, that you wrap around your body and your child to keep them secure and you comfortable.  Because the fabric is long and somewhat wide, it takes a few minutes to get it on and baby in, especially in the beginning when you're new to babywearing.  (The Moby wrap comes with an instruction guide and has helpful videos of how to wrap on their website.)  One way I got around awkwardly spending ten minutes wrapping little man up in the Moby in a parking lot in the beginning was to put on the wrap before I left the house, wear it in the car, and then just pop him in when we were at our destination.


The upside of all that fabric is that it very much evenly distributes your child's weight over your full shoulders and back, lending to an immensely comfortable carry.  Carrying your baby in a wrap can be one of the most comfortable carries available, in my opinion.  Also, as you can see from my photo below, your baby is extremely secure as they are wrapped in three layers of fabric.  Just like her big brother, little lady loves the comfort being cuddled or worn right up on my chest, and falls asleep almost instantly when I wrap her in our Moby wrap.


While Moby does report you can wear your babe up to 35 pounds in the wrap, I find the material to be a bit too stretchy for my comfort level at the higher end of that weight range.  For the same reasons, I won't do a back carry in the Moby, only front carries, although I do know people who will back carry in the Moby.  

As a new mama, this was a really easy transition into the art of babywearing.  Easy instructions, simple to use once you get the hang of it, really comfortable for both you and your baby.  And- as opposed to other wraps I own- it's pretty darn affordable, at only right under $50 for the Moby wrap.  All in all this is an excellent choice to get you started wearing your baby in comfort and style.  

Now, let's talk Moby GO.


The Moby GO is Moby's newest addition to the babywearing world.  As mentioned above, the Moby GO is a soft structured carrier (or SSC), which puts it in the same class as a Boba or Ergo carrier.  But- to me- it has a much more hybrid feel.  Because of the construction and design of the carrier, the GO feels much more like a wrap than a SSC.  The Moby GO has the same general characteristics of a SSC from the front- ergnomic seat for baby (from 15-45 lbs for the GO's weight capacity), supportive waist strap, and zippered pocket with nap hood.

*Of note, the nap hood in the GO does not snap onto the shoulder straps like other SSC's on the market.  However, I mainly use the nap hood during the floppy head newborn stage, and at the lower end of the GO's weight limit- 15 lbs- I don't typically use the nap hood any more anyway.  But that is personal preference and you may find your needs are different than mine.  The GO also does not have an extra pocket for a phone or wallet, either.

However, when you look at the back of the Moby GO, it's a totally different type of carrier.

Let's pretend we don't see my bed head, thanks!  :)

As you can see on my picture above, the Moby GO's straps cross over the back, eliminating the need for the "chest strap" you'll see on most other SSC's.  This is the one feature of the GO that completely sets it apart and- in my opinion- puts it right up in the running with some of the SSC's I love.  Wearing the GO was a completely different feel to me than wearing other SSC's.  I love the security and comfort of a SSC, and the GO has all of that plus an added level of comfort by feeling like you were only wearing your Moby wrap.  I found the GO to be an excellent mix or hybrid of a SSC and a wrap and was super comfortable.

I will say this though- the GO did take me quite a bit longer to get on initially than my other carriers.  Because of the crossbody straps, there is a bit more maneuvering to get yourself and baby in.  However, I think the added minute or two of getting your baby in is completely worth the comfort of the carry once you're set and ready to go.

After spending some time with little man (who is 30 lbs) in the GO, I find it to be a great addition to my babywearing gear.  And- at the price point of $80- it is a really affordable option.  The GO is $45 less than the Boba carrier I own and a total of $55 less than the organic Ergo in my collection as well, so it is quite a bit cheaper than some of the other SSC's on the market.  There are a few less bells and whistles like no purse strap on the GO- although I have figured out a way to clip my wristlet on the waist strap!  But, again, for the price I think it's an excellent carrier for someone who doesn't have a ton of cash lying around to spend on expensive carriers yet still wants the quality and comfort of a SSC.  

So here's the most exciting bit...

Moby wants to give one of my lucky readers their own Moby Wrap!

I've added in a rafflecopter below for you to enter to win your choice of any of the wraps on the Moby website store!  As always, if you have any questions, please email me at thenaptownorganizer at gmail dot com! 

***Because of the interest of you lovely readers, Moby has decided to also give one lucky TNO reader a Moby GO!  That means one person will win a wrap and another person will win a GO!  How awesome is that???  I've added an extra day to the giveaway to be sure everyone can get all their entries in, now get to entering!!! 

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208 comments:

  1. The infant Moby wrap carrier looks super comfy. I saw one at target in olive green that is super cute.

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  2. I like the Moby Modern baby carrier but I also like the Moby Go Baby Carrier.

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  3. I'm nearing the end of my first trimester and would LOVE a Moby for once my baby is finally here. I love the idea of baby wearing. :)

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  4. I'd choose a Dolcino Lanzarote or Stromboli or the slate modern

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    1. Sadly the Dolcino wraps are not included- but all of the Moby brand wraps are included in the giveaway, the organic, original, modern, etc.!

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  5. Being that my first will only be 18 months when baby 2 arrives I think I am going to NEED a carrier to help me survive! I think the Moby wrap would be perfect.

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  7. Oh my gosh, I would be all over the Moby Go! I adore your giveaways. :)

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  8. I would love a Moby Go!

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  9. I would love to have a Moby - I have heard so many good things about them!

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  10. I would choose a Moby Go!! I've heard awesome things!!!

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  11. I would love to try the Moby Go- what a fun giveaway! :)

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  12. I would love to try the Moby Go. I currently have a Moby Wrap and I love it.

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  13. I would love to try a Moby! I've just started using carriers with the Ergo and it's been so great that I'm eager to try more!

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  14. I would LOVE the moby go!

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  15. Jayne, thanks for such a great review! My Moby is awesome- a MobyGO would be great to try as well!

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    1. You're welcome! And thank you for coming over to check it out! :)

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  16. I loved my Moby wrap and the Moby GO looks fantastic. I would love to use that with my daughter!

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  17. I hope I can win a Moby Go! I love that you can back carry with it, as well as the higher weight limit. Awesome!

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    1. Just in case anyone is looking for information on the back carry, there is a similar review of the GO posted here with a video on back carrying in the GO! http://themommydialogues.com/brand-new-moby-go-baby-carrier-review-giveaway/

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  18. My little bug will be here in May and I'm soooo looking forward to wrapping him up in a Moby. Of course my husband says that it's a woman's carrier and is leaning towards a ssc.

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    1. My husband is very similar! He loves the SSC's but isn't so much into the wraps or slings that I love!

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  19. I would choose the Moby Go ! What a great giveaway!

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  20. I have the moby wrap and I love it. My baby would get colic and cry--she would instantly calm down and fall asleep in the moby. We use it shopping at the mall, going to the park, church and around the house-so great to have hands free and a happy baby. I would love to try the new moby go as my baby is starting to get too big for our regular moby

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    1. Our Moby Wrap helped a TON with little man's reflux as well, glad to hear it helped your little's colic!

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  21. I really love the MobyGO! and the Turquoise UV Moby Wrap!

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  22. I love Moby and recommend it to my friends, I'd love to have a second one or a moby go! this is a life saver sometimes

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  23. I hope to win a Moby Wrap! These are super comfy and will help when baby #4 arrives in a few months!!

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  24. Love Love My Moby.. I really want to try the new onw!

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  25. If I win, I'd choose the GO because I've always wanted a Ergo and it is so similar.

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  26. I would love the moby wrap. I have one but I got it secondhand and it is pretty faded

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  27. I would LOVE the MobyGO! I have the regular Moby Wrap and it is wonderful, but daughter is getting bigger and I'm really really wanting the MobyGo!

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  28. I carry my baby alot because she has severe reflux. It seems to comfort her and give her less pain ;) I have a wonderful carrier, but would like to try something that hurts my back less. I love the Moby Wrap in Cafe! It's beautiful and just my style. Hope I win!!!! Thank u ;)))

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    1. Little man had really significant reflux as well, and it made him feel so much better too! :)

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  29. Thanks for the review. I was debating between the Moby and more of a sling type thing for baby wearing and found this to be very helpful. I am curious to whether or not fathers appreciate the Moby style.

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    1. You're welcome! I know some dads who will wear wraps. DH is not one of them. :) He prefers a SSC like the GO!

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  30. I've been wanting to check out the Moby go! Awesome post :):):)

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  31. I would chose a Moby Go, since my little one is getting bigger and is almost a year old.

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  32. I love my Moby wrap! My daughter always falls asleep in it like magic and it feels more secure than my ergo. I would love to try the Moby go.

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    1. I firmly believe the Moby Wrap is made of magic sleep dust :)

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  33. I would love the Moby Wrap Modern in Ballet! Such a beautiful color. :) The MobyGo looks awesome too!

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  34. We loved our Moby Wrap, and we're dying to try a Moby Go! Thanks for the chance!

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    1. You're welcome Mommy2HNH! Thank you for checking out the blog!

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  35. I would love to have a dolcino woven wrap or a moby go

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    1. CasiJune- Sadly the Dolcino wraps are not part of the giveaway, but any of the Moby brand wraps are included, such as the Original, Organic, Modern, etc.!

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  36. I'd get a dolcino wrap

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    1. Hey Jessica! I apologize but the Dolcino wraps are not part of the giveaway, only the actual Moby brand wraps!

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  37. I'd love the new carrier in grey...the moby go!

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  38. I love my hand me down moby wrap. BF friendly as well! I would have to choose either best for babes, or the born free. I'm proud to be a bf mom and to have an drug free birth :)

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  39. Moby GO in black/grey. Also like organic eggplant wrap :)

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  40. Green Moby wrap, black Moby Go!

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  41. I would so choose the Moby Go! I have a 9 month old who LOVED her moby wrap. But she has gotten too wiggly for the wrap and likes to be 100% outward facing now :(

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  42. I really wanted to like the Moby.... I have the almond blossom Moby, which I got after rave reviews about the Moby from a friend. I loved it the first 3 weeks, and then it started to get on my nerves. I thought maybe it was just me, but the exact same thing happened to two other friends! I'd love to have a Moby Go so I could restore my faith on Moby products and have something to rave to my friends about!!!

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    1. Hey FF! Do you feel like it bothered you because of the stretchiness or because of the length/time spent putting it on?

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  43. Baby number 3 on the way and a Moby wrap is high on my list of needs! I would love to win one! :-)

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  44. Incredible giveaway! I would love to try either of the carriers. I like the almond blossom wrap :)

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  45. Great giveaway---just found you today through Moby on Facebook:) New follower and would love to try the Moby Go!

    Julie
    www.thechirpingmoms.com

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  46. I would choose the Dolcino Woven Wrap

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    1. Hey Katy! Unfortunately the Dolcino Wovens are not part of the giveaway, only the Moby brand wraps!

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  47. Pregnant with baby #2 and would LOVE to start babywearing with a Moby! Either one would be amazing!

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  48. I really want a Moby GO, but could use either!

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  49. I would choose an organic wrap in "celery"!

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  50. Pregnant with baby #3, and my Moby has gotten a lot of use! I would love to either replace my old Moby or get a Moby Go.

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  51. I would love the Moby Go, My daughter is 18 months and has outgrown out regular Moby wraps :)

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  52. I would love to have a Moby Go! =)

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  53. I would love to have a Moby go as my youngest is 30 lbs, but if I got to choose a wrap I think I'd go with either black or gray.
    Elizabeth Godschalx Wisniewski

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  54. I love love love the Falkland for the regular Moby~! But I would really love to add a MobyGo to my babywearing gear!!!

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  55. Your baby wearing giveaways are always the BEST! Fingers crossed for that Moby wrap!

    Thank you for being so giving to your readers.

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  56. I already own a Moby Wrap in black, but would LOVE the Moby Go for myself or the Moby Wrap to give forward to a mommy-to-be. Every single time I have worn the wrap with my newborn, I have received questions about the wrap or simply positive comments about wearing my son and how comfortable he looks on me... I wish I had owned a Moby Wrap with my 1st son, 6 years ago! I love love LOVE Moby...

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  57. I love my Moby wrap, so I would be very excited to have a Moby GO!

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  58. Would love a go, the wraps are great but my 5 mnth old is very heavy would benefit more with the go i think.

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  59. Great review- the pictures are so helpful!

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  60. This is so great! My ute is pretty vacant but I love that you're offering this! Go Jayne!

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  61. How exciting! Makes me almost want another baby just to wrap it to my body :)

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  62. I live the Moby wrap & would live to try out the Moby Go with baby #2!

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  63. I would love a Mont go!! Twitter @MelissaStory5

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  64. Woohoo. Baby-wearin'!

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  65. I would like a polka dot Moby.

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  66. I would love to win the moby wrap!!! :)

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  67. I would like a Moby to wear to cover my muffin top. I got one of those life-like newborn dolls that I'm going to put in there. I think that I'll look sexy. Which color would be best?

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    1. The black ones are usually on sale...

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  68. I am looking for something to carry my groceries in. Would a Moby be suitable?

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    1. Well, several of my friends wear their pets in wraps... sooo... it's possible? Lol.

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  69. Has this giveaway ended? I want all the things! Please.

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    1. The giveaway doesn't end until the beginning of next week! Keep getting those entries in :)

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  70. I think you are very cute. I think I will buy one and then ask a friend to borrow their baby so I can wear it around for a few days.

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  71. I loved my Moby when the Mango was teeny tiny, but I didn't like it once he got a little bigger. I'd be curious to try the Go.

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  72. Can this double as a shirt?
    I like the style of it.

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  73. Could I wear two of them to carry my twins on top of each other?

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  74. Aww! My LO is too big for this now, but I'll have to remember for the next baby... Many years from now.

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  75. I would choose the Moby GO wrap. I love my regular Moby, but this is the last baby for us, so GO would be the only one that would get any use. Also, I would love an Ergo, but haven't made that jump yet, so a great time for Moby to take that position :P

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  76. The Moby Go looks awesome! I love the Wrap and I love that they have an option with a higher weight limit! My daughter is quite a big girl!

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    1. Little man is 30 pounds and it is still very comfortable to wear him in the GO. I also love the higher weight limit! :)

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  77. Oooh I had never even heard of the moby go! Neat!

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  78. I have been interested in trying the Moby. Babies look super comfy in them!

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  79. I seriously, majorly want one of these Moby carriers!

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  80. Also, I'm totally open to either carrier - the Go would be great now but the traditional would still be awesome since my pastor's wife kept my old carrier.

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  81. Thank you for promoting babywearing! Very few people in my town have heard of it / do it, so I'd love to be able to gift the wrap to a friend in hopes that maybe it'll catch on here!

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    1. Glad to hear! I also get TONS of comments when I wear my little ones out in public, I'm thinking of just making up some business cards to hand out ;)

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    2. If you need some mama cards, I know of a great designer! ;)

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    3. Hey, You just saw me
      Wearing my baby...
      So here's my website
      Click it maybe?

      Hahaha!

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  82. OMG! I love Moby! My little bean lived in hers the first 6 months.

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  83. Babywearing is the best. Perfect for binding with new little ones. We swear by it.

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  84. I would love to get a new Moby, either one. We've got #2 on the way and ours has seen better days.

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  85. Would love to snag either for our new lending library!! Thanks for doing this <3

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    1. Is your lending library an Indianapolis location? You're welcome!

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  86. SO cute! I love how cozy she looks at wrapped up. I wish I knew about babywearing when my kids were that small.

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  87. Love babywearing. I have a feeling I'll be doing lots of it very soon. :)

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  88. I love that they've come out with a Go version. I have an Ergo that I love, but it's so expensive. The Go would be perfect for shower gifts.

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  89. I've heard that some babies don't like to be worn, but I'm really, really hoping mine does. I'm looking forward to being able to get things done and still be close to my baby.

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    1. Cori- my kids have both loved being worn. I don't know if they were just into it or it was because we started so early with both. I was wearing little lady probably a week or two after she was born.

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  90. Those are so awesome.

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  91. I love the moby! it was the gateway drug into woven wraps for me. :)

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    1. Agreed! The Moby was my gateway drug into babywearing in general, and you can probably tell by the blog how much I am addicted to it now!!! :)

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  92. I really love the look of the Moby, but since my kiddo is older the Go would probably work best for me. I would love to have the regular one with a new little squish, though!

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  93. My Moby wrap just arrived in the mail today and I LOVE it, so I would LOVE to get the MOBY GO for when he gets older!

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  94. I really like reading your product reviews. You are so thorough and honest, and the pictures are great - especially for a product as potentially confusing for a new user as the Moby. Keep up the good work!

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  95. I would choose Moby GO! Looks great for big toddlers.

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  96. Does the Moby Go have an infant insert (like the ErgoBaby does)?

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    1. The GO has a lower weight limit of 15 pounds and is designed for a slightly older baby with no infant insert. I believe little man hit 15 pounds right between four and five months. It was actually a really nice transition for us at that point to move from the Moby wrap to a SSC.

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  97. I just entered! I'm so excited, I hope I win!

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  98. I'd love to win for our lending library :)

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  99. Love the wrap, would love to try the Go too!

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  100. I would choose a moby go! It looks great.

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  101. I love the wrap also, the Moby Go looks so nice fir a bigger baby and my little girl is getting up there. I am allll about bsby wearing.

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  102. this is a great giveaway! thanks

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  103. I love babywearing. We've already got a few, but I'd love to add to our collection. Especially since we've got more on the way.

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  104. I can't wait to see if I win! I love these!

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  105. The back of the Moby Go looks a bit intimidating, but I'm sure with practice, I'd love it in no time.

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    1. It did take me a time or two putting little man in to get the hang of it, but after you're used to it you'll be fine! I'd definitely recommend (like I do with all carriers) practicing a few times with another person close by or standing next to your bed/couch while you're figuring out any new carrier!

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  106. I would love to have any of them. They all look so comfy. And who doesn't love free hands?!

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  107. Hey! I have a couple of questions. First of all, I have three bulging discs and a herniated disc in my thoracic spine (mid upper back). I'm curious to know where these hold the pressure on your back. I like that it cross crosses and also goes around your lower back. Does that help with back pain from long carrying?

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    1. The back rails in the GO line up in an X, which is meant to take a little pressure off of your shoulders and distribute it more evenly, like the Moby wrap does. I find both carriers to be extremely comfortable on my back, but I would check with your doctor as to your specific back problems!

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  108. Also, can you wear it in any different ways than the way shown? I'm talking more the wrap it yourself one. Thanks!

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    1. Yes! All of the different "holds" are shown here on Moby's website! http://www.mobywrap.com/mw/instructions-moby.htm

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  109. Awesome giveaway! I have a Baby K'tan and have been wanting to try a Moby. Hope it's my lucky day!

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  110. This is great. You always come up with the best products to give away and to review.

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    1. Thank you! I really enjoy being able to share items I love with my readers, and the Moby is definitely one of those!!!

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  111. I have a Moby wrap so I'd love to try the Moby Go next.

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  112. awesome giveaway I hope I win!

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  113. Could you explain the nap hood a little bit more?

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    1. The nap hood is a feature on many soft structured carriers. It can be used to keep the sun off of your child's head and neck while outside. However, some brands like Ergo and Boba have snaps on the edges that attach it to the shoulder straps of the carrier. You can use it while your child naps so that their head is supported and doesn't flop around when you are moving about your business. Baby carriers tend to have magic sleeping dust in that it is high likely your child will take a snooze while being worn. :-)

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  114. Ahhh! I'm so excited for this giveaway to end!

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  115. I would really like the Moby Go, but if I won the wrap I would check with one of my friends and see what she wanted. I am past the baby baby age and it would be a gift. :)

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  116. I can't choose between the two designs, they both look great! I guess I would go with the Moby Wrap for the full wrap feel. But that Moby Go looks super easy! Thank you for the blog!

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    1. They are both great choices! And thank you for checking out the giveaway!

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  117. I love the Moby Go! So quick & easy.

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  118. I'm due with my first soon and would love a Moby. Either one!

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  119. We have a black one from my son but I'd love to get a girlier one for our litte girl who's on her way.

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  120. A Moby Go would be perfect for us. We live in the city so quick and easy travel is always a plus.

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  121. Loved our moby for DS! The Moby Go looks awesome!

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  122. Forget to mention which one I'd want to win. I'd love to get a Moby GO!

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  123. I would LOVE to win a Moby Go!. The wraps are just to intimidating to me.

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  124. I want to win these so bad!! I love being able to get stuff done and keep my baby girl close to me.

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  125. I would love the Moby Go!

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  126. I would love to have a moby wrap in bliss. It's such a pretty print!

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  127. Is there a way to enter without using Facebook? Because I'm all about the Moby wrap :)

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    1. I apologize, but at this time the Facebook entry is the only mandatory entry!

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  128. Would love the Moby wrap for baby girl!

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  129. There's so many pretty ones! I can't decide which one!

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  130. I love these! I can't wait to see if I win!

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  131. This would be perfect for my new niece/nephew! I would love to be able to take him/her out with the Go!

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  132. OMG! I need the Mariners one! Me & hubby are die hard fans and this would be so perfect!!

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  133. I wish the Go came in more colors, but I'm sure it's only a matter of time. The owl wrap is adorable! How do you decide?

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    1. They actually did just release a new color for the GO!

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  134. This is such a great offer! I can't wait to see if I win!

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  135. I wish I had something like these when my kids were babies.

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  136. I think I'd request an infant Mobt wrap

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  137. Looking forward to having my first baby in July and have my set on using a Moby Wrap. Wouldn't mind trying the Moby Go either (especially for my husband)

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  138. Duh, just realized you were asking about which WRAP I would choose! The Almond Blossom UV, please. Thanks for the chance!

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