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Moby Wrap Inc. was started by parents looking for the perfect baby carrier. After extensive research and trying countless slings and wraps, their solution was a variation on a time-tested European carrier. Made from the softest of cotton fabrics, the Moby Wrap is by far the most comfortable baby carrier available today. It distributes baby’s weight evenly on the wearer’s shoulders and hips and aligns baby’s center of gravity as close to the wearer’s body as possible. Since its inception in April 2003, MOBY (MOther & baBY) has focused on sharing the benefits of babywearing with parents and caregivers worldwide. With informed parenting as its mission, Moby partners with other organizations that emphasize empowering parents. Moby Wrap moved out of the founders’ garage and into a warehouse in Chico, California in 2007 and currently employs 15 staff members.

This review is on the Moby Go, a baby carrier designed for older babies (15-45 lbs.) who are ready to GO.

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Features include:

  • Wide shoulder straps continue the Moby Wrap tradition of superior comfort
  • Easy-to-reach side buckles adjust for the perfect fit
  • Cross-shoulder design evenly distributes weight
  • The carrier seat is designed to allow the correct support for baby
  • Unique dual foam waist belt provides comfortable support for parent


Color options:
Black & Gray – both feature a hood pocket

Barberry – features the Barberry print & embroidery design

Pros: So comfortable it can be worn for hours. 

Cons: Expensive.  But your purchase gets you a quality made, comfortable baby carrier

This post courtesy of Autumn, a Notes From Dawn contributor.

Notes From Dawn received the Moby Go from Moby® Wrap in exchange for an honest review. A positive review is not guaranteed, and all opinions are my own. No other compensation was received.

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This is a warm, comforting dish complete with a crunchy topping.

16 oz. box noodles, 1 can tomato soup, 10-12 oz. Velveeta cheese,

1/2 cup milk, and several slices of bread cut into small cubes.

Melt the cheese and add to the soup and milk in a large bowl. Cook noodles, drain, and add to the soup mix to combine. Put into a 9 x 13 baking pan (or a couple of smaller dishes like I used in the picture) and top with bread cubes. Heat in the oven at 350 degrees until warmed and bread topping is slightly browned. 

 

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