Winter is coming...Wombat & Co Babywearing Coats can keep you warm!

November 01, 2019

Winter is coming...Wombat & Co Babywearing Coats can keep you warm!

Wombat & Co Babywearing Coats (Wallaby 2.0, Bandicoot, Numbat and Kowari) are Available for Special Order

Wombat and Co babywearing coats are available for special order just in time for Winter.  These babywearing jackets can be used for front carries, back carries or be worn on their own as stylish outerwear.  The Wallaby 2.0, Numbat and Kowari can also be used as maternity jackets. With the purchase of a second insert (one insert comes with each coat) you can also tandem wear. 

These coats are super cosy and very easy to put on for both front and back carries and are warm enough to keep you cosy through Canadian winters.  Watch the video below to see a demo of the jacket.

These coats are very versatile and can last well into toddlerhood.  Even though my toddler is heavy, I find it's a lot easier to get him on my back and trudge through the snow than it is to push a stroller.

Here is back carry video with the Wallaby 2.0.  For size reference my toddler is 18 months old and in 2T clothing.

 

If you have any questions about the coats leave a comment below or send me an email.

Happy baby or toddlerwearing!

Meggan





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