Do I need an infant insert with Tula free to grow?
An Infant Insert is not needed with the Tula Free-to-Grow Carrier or the Tula Explore Carrier. The Tula Toddler Carrier cannot be used with an Infant Insert or any baby below 25 pounds. Click here to shop our Standard Carrier collection.
How long can you use a Tula?
Continue to use a Standard Tula until your baby is at least 32″ long, AT LEAST wearing 2T pants (that fit lengthwise), and also weighs 25 lbs. The back of the Toddler Tula can be very high for smaller toddlers and they may not be happy about having to keep their arms in!
Do you need infant insert for Tula explore?
The Tula Explore Baby Carrier does not require an infant insert and can be used, with baby facing you, beginning at 7 lb.
Can I use an Ergo infant insert in a Tula?
Can you use the Tula infant insert in an Ergo (or the Ergo insert in a Tula)? Again, the answer is no. The infant inserts are made specifically for the different carrier brands: the infant insert by Ergo is made to make an infant fit in an Ergo, and the Tula insert is made to make an infant fit in a Tula.
Do you have to have an infant insert?
The head insert is optional at any weight as long as the harness is in one of the lower two sets of harness slots. Since the head insert requires threading through the slots above the harness, it can not be used if the harness is in the top set of slots.
Can you breastfeed in a Tula carrier?
A wonderful benefit of all Tula Carriers is the ability to nurse baby while they are being carried. To do this, you can loosen your arm straps and lower the waistband, without unbuckling any buckles, and position baby to your chest. You will want to reposition baby once they are done feeding or if they fall asleep.