MiaMily Infant Insert

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MiaMily Infant Insert keeps your newborn’s hips in a natural fetal position. Our double padded back panel ensures proper support for baby’s spine and our thick head support protects and supports baby’s head and neck. MiaMily provides the most comfortable babywearing experience, using an ergonomic hip seat and lumbar belt to redistribute babies weight off your back and onto the seat. Our Infant Insert is compatible with all our carriers from birth until 4 months, or to when baby can safely support themselves.

  • 100% Polyester
  • PROVIDES MAXIMUM COMFORT AND ELIMINATES BACK PAIN FOR THE PARENT: The unique hip seat supports and absorbs the weight of the baby so there is less strain on your back. Thanks to the padded, adjustable straps and the carrier’s classic, neutral color, moms, dads and grandparents will feel comfortable wearing this carrier
  • ERGONOMIC DESIGN FOR BABIES: Following the guidelines of the International Hip Dysplasia Institute, the Hipster Essential Baby Carrier is designed to ensure they’re always in the correct “M” sitting position with knees supported at hip level in all carry positions including forward facing. It comes with an integrated, foldable head support.
  • 3 UNIQUE CARRY POSITIONS: The lightweight baby carrier provides 3 carry positions – facing in, facing out, and back carry. Our hip seat ensures ergonomic forward facing.
  • GROWS WITH YOUR BABY: Our hip seat carrier can support your baby from 4 months old to 4 years old. The infant carrier can be used with newborn babies using the MiaMily Infant Insert (sold separately) for proper spine protection and neck support
  • BUILT-IN STORAGE: The baby carrier with waist stool features a large storage pocket under the hip seat (holds up to 6 diapers) for your baby essentials and a side phone pocket so you can leave the house without your diaper bag
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