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I had concerns about the ease with which I would manage to get most carriers on if trying to use on my own. We therefore decided on the Morph because of the separate harness and baby pod.
The parent harness is comfortable and distributes the weight well(although my baby is still small and light!). The baby pod is really nice and padded. We also have a liner for it (which is extra) which gives a bit more padding and warmth and also a bit more colour. Once the baby is in the pod, the is a useful hand grip to support them while attaching them to the harness. The pod attaches fairly easily and feels nice and secure. A raincover (also extra cost)can be attached to the bottom of the harness in its storage pouch and can easily be put over to keep baby dry when required.
I mainly use the carrier when walking the dog or doing the weekly shop. My baby seems very comfortable in it although his head always seems to end up resting against a bit of the harness which leaves a wee mark when we take him out!
The only real negative point about this product is the instruction booklet. The drawings are difficult to make out and really are better off looking at the video on the mamas & papas website. It is also a bit bulky for storage when not in use.
Overall very happy with the Morph, easy to use and baby seems comfy and secure.() out of 5
Reviewed by Carolyn - mum of one
- posted on 3rd July 2010.