Lillebaby Complete All Seasons 6-in-1 Baby Carrier Review

A great baby carrier makes a huge difference, but what works for one family might not work for another.

Lillebaby’s 6-in-1 carrier offers versatility above all. It has six different carrying positions to accommodate your baby’s different stages and needs, from newborn to 45 pounds. (Note that the carrier won’t work for preemies, as the minimum weight is 7 pounds. But because of its high weight limit, it’s a great carrier for toddlers.)

You can wear your baby on your front in three positions: newborns use the fetal position, with arms and legs tucked in; for infants under 6 months, the seat adjusts to a narrower setting so legs can be out but hips are still properly supported; babies 6 months and older use a wider seat setting, with legs wrapping around your body.

Unlike the populare Ergobaby carrier, you don’t need an extra newborn insert for the Lillebaby carrier. Toddlers 6 months and up can also ride on your front facing out, on your hip or on your back.

For parents, the lumbar support and waist belt help to distribute your baby’s weight more evenly, providing stability and relieving back pressure. You can wear the straps backpack style or crossed like an X, and the padded straps have two-way adjusters, all features that help you get the perfect fit.

The Lillebaby is machine washable, too!

Here’s a review from Julie, a Babylist Scout, with her nine-month old Sophie.

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Comments

Uptown Girl says:

I hate the Lillebaby. This product seriously makes me want to scream. Extreme back and shoulder pain. In my opinion this is not meant for big people or anyone with a big rumpus. It sags and becomes harder to adjust. Money wasted on trying to be comfortable.

Connie Gladden says:

Definitely upgrading to all seasons the original is way too hot during this time, and Massachusetts is too cold for airflow although it does get hot wearing baby.

Melanie Calderon says:

Do you use the narrow position for a 5 week old?

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