If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend the Tula Explore Baby Carrier that allows you to face in, face out, and back carry. The Free-to-Grow Baby Carrier is not designed to offer the forward facing carrying position.
Can baby face out in standard Tula?
We do not recommend placing your child in forward facing position in the Standard or Toddler Carrier. If you would like a carrier with the option to forward face, we’d recommend our Explore Tula Baby Carrier that allows you to face in, face out and back carry.
When can baby face out in Tula carrier?
The Tula Explore Baby Carrier allows you to front carry your baby in the facing out position when your baby is between 13-22 lb, has head and neck control, and is tall enough to have their face fully clear the top of the body panel while being seated in the carrier.
When can I carry baby facing out?
As soon as your baby can hold his head up steadily, usually around 4 to 6 months, you can turn him out to face the world – though some babies may still prefer the cozier snuggling position of facing inward for a few more months.
Can you back carry with Tula?
Baby is ready for the back carry position when they have consistent head, neck, and torso control; and are able to sit unaided. In the Free-to-Grow Carrier, the back carry can be used in either panel height and in the middle or wide seat setting.
Can you sit wearing a Tula?
Standard Carriers must be used with the Tula Infant Insert for infants and newborns under 15lbs, or until the baby can hold his/her head up consistently for extended periods of time and is tall enough to be placed in a fully seated position with knees dangling freely at a right angle.
Which is better Ergobaby or Tula?
In the Tula vs Ergo debate, keep in mind that Tula is more accommodating to higher weight babies. The straps are more comfortable for the adult. It is also more affordable compared to the Ergo. Ergo offers more carrying positions including hip and outward facing in the 360 model.