As we discussed in Tip # 1, there are two methods for carrying your baby facing out. As a baby grows too tall to comfortably fit her arms under the shoulder straps they can go out over the shoulder straps. You can use this feature with your baby either facing baby in or facing baby out. The straps are padded for this purpose. . . . → Read More: Baby Carrier Tip #2: Baby carrier adjusts even more as baby grows taller.
The Travel Baby Depot Bag comes with a set of two top straps as well as the padded backpack straps. These top straps each have a buckle. You can connect & reconnect the buckles in multiple ways depending on your needs. Here are a few ways to use the tops straps. My favorites are hanging the bag on a stroller. luggage cart or in a closet. . . . → Read More: Travel Bag Tip #1: Hang from a Stroller & More
There are two ways to carry your baby facing out in the Okkatots front baby carrier. A young baby can face out with the shoulder straps over her shoulders. A toddler can be turned to face out with his arms over the shoulder straps. . . . → Read More: Baby Carrier Tip #1: Two ways to carry a baby facing out