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Carry Less; Do More - the Art of Simplicity

Babies are simple little humans who spend the majority of their beginning days eating, sleeping, and pooping. Even as they grow during their first year of life, there are so many things you may register for, that your baby will never end up using. What are these items? We’re going to tell you about a few so that your friends and family can save their money and use it for the things you’re really going to need.

You’re home with your baby and you have a Zoom meeting in ten minutes but your baby is not done breastfeeding. You can’t exactly tell him to stop, so what do you do?

How about when you have to transcribe notes from a meeting and need to be hands-free to type, but it’s your baby’s feeding time? Do you think your baby is going to wait until you’re done?

Did you know that the average baby cries for three hours a day during the first three months of their life?

Of course, the only way to comfort a crying baby is to pick them up and provide skin-to-skin contact. In a randomized trial, scientists found that regularly carrying babies will decrease their crying by 43%. Who wouldn’t want that? 

This reassurance of love and safety is not only comforting, but necessary for their growing brains.

The Pick-Me-Up is perfect for younger children, from babies to toddlers. It can hold up to 33 pounds and is wearable as a cross-body baby carrier, nursing bag, and safety harness.

But that’s not all. When the harness is used as a cross-body carrier, the detachable back support makes for a hands-free system. Plus, there’s no need for a nursing pillow with the Pick-Me-Up. This nursing carrier allows for mobility while breastfeeding, whether you’re out and about or running around the kitchen.

Beyond that, the Pick-Me-Up is an ideal option for those with young children known to bolt.