We originally designed the carrier with added height because it is intended to support your baby through toddler-hood. As your child gets older, the extra fabric provides proper back support to the toddler and brings them closer to the carrying individual and his/her center of gravity. In shorter bodied soft structured carriers it is more difficult to bring your childâ€™s upper body close to you. Your only option is to crank the shoulder straps which may make the carrier tighter overall and dig into the middle of your little one’s back but not solve the problem and leave you with sore shoulders. With the Boba, parents should be able to stand naturally and never feel like they have to bend forward to compensate for the â€śleaning backâ€ť feeling of their toddler. The rounded top makes the adjustment more enveloping than the low square back which essentially pulls only your childâ€™s lower body closer. The closer your little one is to your center of gravity, the easier to carry your child.
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