How do you carry a newborn in a Tula?

The Infant Insert is recommended to securely and comfortably use our standard-sized Tula Baby Carrier with small infants, up to until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15 pounds.

How do you position a newborn in a carrier?

Your baby carrier should allow your baby’s hips to spread so their legs are straddling your body. Your baby’s knees should be spread apart, the thighs should be supported, and the hips should be bent.

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.

Do you need Infant Insert for Tula explore?

The Tula Explore Baby Carrier does not require an infant insert and can be used, with baby facing you, beginning at 7 lb.

How do you carry a newborn?

Always support your newborn’s head and neck. To pick up baby, slide one hand under baby’s head and neck and the other hand under their bottom. Bend your knees to protect your back. Once you’ve got a good hold, scoop up your baby and bring baby close to your chest as you straighten your legs again.

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When can I carry my baby in a carrier?

When can a baby go in a carrier? Theoretically, babies can be carried in a carrier as a newborn. But you have to keep one thing in mind: babies need to be at least 4-5 months old before their neck muscles are strong enough to support their head.

Can you use Tula with a newborn?

The Infant Insert is recommended to securely and comfortably use our standard-sized Tula Baby Carrier with small infants, up to until your baby can sit independently with knees dangling down freely in an ergonomic spread squat position and is a minimum of 15 pounds.

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.

Do you have to have an infant insert?

When you turn the seat to face forward, you must remove the newborn insert. It’s legal to change your child’s car seat to a forward-facing position once the child has reached 6 months of age. However, many experts advise against this.

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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When can I wear my baby in a Tula?

The narrow setting can be used for newborns and babies at a minimum weight of 7 lb, approximately 0-3 months. The middle setting can be used for babies 3-9 months of age, and the widest setting is suitable for taller babies 9 months and older.

Does Tula explore come with hood?

For our Explore Carriers

Every Tula carrier comes with a hood. If you lost your hood and looking to purchase a replacement, please choose a color of the hood from the drop down menu above.

When can you wear baby on back Tula?

Baby is ready for the back carry position when they have consistent head, neck, and torso control; and are able to sit unaided. In the Free-to-Grow Carrier, the back carry can be used in either panel height and in the middle or wide seat setting.