Tula Baby Carrier Review and Giveaway

Tula comes in two sizes, standard and toddler. I have a Tula standard baby carrier. The standard fits babies 15 pounds to 44 pounds. The standard can be used with newborns 7.8 pounds and up with the infant insert. The Tula toddler fits toddlers from about 18 months (around 25 pounds) old up to 4 years old. The Tula toddler’s back panel is 18″ tall and 19″ wide. Both Tula standard and toddler can be used in front carry and back carry positions. Both the standard and the toddler are designed to provide a wide seat which helps support a natural M position of baby’s legs and hips. Baby’s legs should be supported from the hip to the knee joint

Tula has a lot of padding on the shoulder straps and the waist band. This makes the Tula VERY comfortable to wear. When these photos were taken Bunny was 20 pounds. I tried both the Tula standard and the toddler on with Bunny. I decided to get the standard because Bunny still had room for her to grow in the standard, and Bunny was not 25 pounds at that time (she still isn’t!). The back part of the Tula came up to Bunny’s head when I first got it (when Bunny was 11 months old) and Bunny’s knees were still close to the leg holes on the Tula. In the photos Bunny is almost 17 months and still fits the Tula standard. It does not look like Bunny will outgrow the standard anytime soon. On soft structured carries, the carrier should come all the way to your babies knees, to support your baby’s leg from the hip joint to the knee joint. Their legs and bum should be supported.   

Tula is a very breathable soft structured baby carrier. Tula has a detachable hood. The hood has two snaps on the back panel which allow the hood to be taken off. The hood has elastic pull strings on each side that allow you to tighten or loosen the hood to your comfort level. The hood straps can be attached to the shoulder straps with clips. This is nice for when your baby is sleeping, to keep the sun out of baby’s face, or when nursing. I often nurse in my Tula and use the hood for head support for Bunny. The hood also offers some coverage when nursing. 
Tula’s straps are adjustable. It is a one size fits all. My Love can wear Bunny, and is very comfortable wearing her in the Tula. The shoulder staps can be loosened or tightened to your comfort level. One feature I really like is the padding beneath the buckles. The padding under the buckles is nice because it protects your skin and body from rubbing against the buckeles. It makes for a nice smooth ride. 
Another feature I really like is, on the waist strap, the Tula has a pocket that is big enough to fit an iPhone. I really like this pocket. I have not seen a pocket like this on any other carrier. 


The Tula is very comfortable for me to wear Bunny for long periods of time. We still rarely use a stroller because Bunny prefers to be worn, and having a comfortable carrier is a must! The Tula is our go to carrier.

Tulas come in a wide variety of colors and patterns, with new designs being released often.
You can buy your Tula baby carrier here for $149. 

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73 thoughts on “Tula Baby Carrier Review and Giveaway”

  1. I love my tula and would love to win another. I have 2 girls under 3 that fight over the 1 Tula we have. Our Tula makes it possible for this mom of 4 to get things done and bond with my babies.

  2. Oh, I just saw your question… I would love to win a Tula baby carrier because I love ours and would actually like to share the baby wearing love with my cousin! <3

  3. I am in LOVE with Tula’s! ANd I am of the mindset that one can never have too many! Haha. Plus I’ve got another baby coming in May. Would be nice to have one for baby and for the toddler 😉

  4. I want a Tula so badly for my baby girl! Unfortunately, we already own an off brand carrier so my husband (the one who makes the mula) will not get my one. It is definitely my dream! 🙂

  5. I currently have a Beco Butterfly II but I need a Tula! :). I have several friends that have tula’s and I’m missing out!

  6. I would love to win because I am a mother of 3 children that takes public transportation with my oldest being highly special needs babywearing is just as much a luxury as it is a necessity for us. Thank you for this opportunity!

  7. I would love to win a Tula because I don’t have one and could really use a way to wear my clingy boy who just turned 2 and even my 3 year old when she wants to be carried.

  8. Thanks so much for the helpful info. I would love to win a Tula and look so forward to using it for my first baby whenever God decides to “plant the seed”. 🙂

  9. I love my Tula because it is the most comfortable baby carrier I have used (and I’ve used them all!). I also like that there are so many prints. I’d love to win so that I can share the Tula-love with my sister, who is expecting my newest nephew in July.

  10. I would love to win because my first baby is due in March and I seem to be having a hard time deciding which carrier would be best, this one looks comfortable.

  11. I can wait to own a tula. I would love to have hands free to do more things around the house since my little one wants to be held 24/7

  12. My wife’s woven wraps scare me, but I could do a tula. It would be great to win one! I’m glad they make them with prints that have dads in mind as well!

  13. i’d love to win a tula for me and my husband to share! i have a baby k’tan wrap carrier but they are sized so it won’t fit my husband. i love that the tula could fit us both 🙂

  14. I need to learn to read before I post! I’m having my third little one in April. I’ll have a 5 year old, 18-19 month old and new baby. The tula will not only give me a chance to have that closeness and bond but I also think it will save my sanity haha! The best part, both of my two little ones will be able to use it!

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