Can You Forward Face In A Tula

Can you forward face in a tulaThe Baby Tula Standard or Toddler carriers are not designed for your child to be worn in an outward-facing position. If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend our Explore Tula Baby Carrier, which allows your child to be worn facing in, facing out, and in a back carry. Click here to learn more!

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Can You Forward Face In A Tula

If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend the Tula Explore that allows you to face in, face out, and back carry. The Free-to-Grow Carrier is not designed to offer the forward-facing carrying position.

Is Baby Tula Exlore Forward Facing?

Baby Tula Explore is brand’s first carrier that offers also forward facing position. Generally speaking I’m not a fan of this position (you can read more in this article) and many carriers that offer this position are neither safe nor comfortable for the child. But not Baby Tula Exlore.

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Can The Free-To-Grow Baby Tula Carrier Be Used Forward-Facing?

The Free-to-Grow Baby Tula Carrier is not designed to be worn with baby in an outward-facing position. If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend our Explore Tula Baby Carrier that allows baby to face in, face out, and be worn in a back carry.

How Does Baby Tula Explore Work?

Baby Tula Explore is brand’s most versatile carrier. It offers three different carrying positions – depending on baby’s development stage and mood, and of course your preferences. Here’s how it works. You can start using Baby Tula Explore from birth, if your baby weighs at least 7 lbs.

Why Tula?

TULA is a clean & effective brand built on the power of probiotic extracts & superfoods. WHY PROBIOTIC EXTRACTS IN SKINCARE? TULA founder & practicing gastroenterologist, Dr. Roshini Raj, had a lightbulb moment when she realized probiotic extracts could be a breakthrough innovation in skincare.

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