Quick Answer: How do you carry an infant in a Tula?

Do you need a newborn insert for Tula?

An Infant Insert is not needed with the Tula Free-to-Grow Carrier or the Tula Explore Carrier. The Tula Toddler Carrier cannot be used with an Infant Insert or any baby below 25 pounds.

Can baby face forward in Tula carrier?

We do not recommend placing your child in forward facing position in the Standard or Toddler Carrier. If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend our Explore Tula Baby Carrier that allows you to face in, face out and back carry.

Can you put a newborn in an Infantino carrier?

Our Flip carrier is one of our most popular because it can easily be transformed from a facing-in carrier to a front-facing carrier, which means that you can use it from infancy to toddler years.

Do you have to have an infant insert?

Infant Inserts

The head insert is optional at any weight as long as the harness is in one of the lower two sets of harness slots. Since the head insert requires threading through the slots above the harness, it can not be used if the harness is in the top set of slots.

Do you need an infant insert?

When and Why You Need the Infant Insert

It’s important to use the infant insert because it provides structured, cushioned head and neck support for babies 0-6 months old, as well as keeps your baby’s legs in the ergonomic “M” shape. This makes the carrier safe for their hips, legs and ligaments.

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Can you sit down wearing a Tula?

The infant insert is recommended in order to use our Standard size Tula baby carrier from newborn up to until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15lbs.