Tula Baby Carrier Giveaway

November 20, 2014

Babywearing, Cloth Diapers

This is a fun one that I wanted to share with you. Babywearing has saved the day in my life more times than I can count. Tula Baby Carriers are well made and comfy for most people to wear. Not to mention that most babies love to be worn, so it’s a win win! Anyway…here is a chance to get your hands on one for FREE! Good luck!

Tula baby carriers are one of the most popular on the market, and for good reason. A Tula carrier is made with 100% Oko Tex Standard cotton, is highly adjustable and comfortably padded (for both mama and baby), and includes handy features like hip pockets and a removable hood. And getting to choose from a wide variety of designer prints and colors makes owning a Tula even more fun!

Tula baby carriers are made in Poland and Mexico. They can be used with infants and toddlers from 15-45 lbs, or with little ones 8 pounds and up with the addition of an optional Tula infant insert.

Winner will receive the new limited edition “Little Rascals” print in the standard size.

The giveaway is easy to enter, and you can get additional BONUS POINTS for blogs that you’d like to follow by email (or might be following already)! This promotion is brought to you by hosts Zephyr Hill Blog and the TOTS Family Blog, with additional support from these wonderful family and parenting blogs:

Our Piece of Earth
Anti June Cleaver
Thinking About Cloth Diapers
Conservamom
Maman Loups Den
Parenting Patch
The Beehive Buzz
All About Cloth Diapers

Giveaway runs from November 20th to December 1st and is open to both US and Canada. Good luck!

This has ended. Congrats Kat K.

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About Jennifer Reinhardt

Jenn is a WAHM to two beautiful little girls. Sophia (4.5 years old) and Norah (4 months). She closed her business, Curves, when she found out she was pregnant so she could stay home with her first daughter. Now Jenn spends her time spreading the love of fluff and sharing common sense answers that help to make cloth diapers easy for everyone.

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67 Responses to “Tula Baby Carrier Giveaway”

  1. Sara C Says:

    This is my first pregnancy. We are expecting twins. I can’t imagine getting around with both of them on my own without wearing at least one! Been shopping around for the perfect carrier, and I’ve heard and researched wonderful things about Tula! Would love to have this carrier!

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  2. Dana B Says:

    Hoping to get my own woven wrap soon, and would love to try a Tula too!

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  3. caitlin Says:

    had a moby with my first but would really love to try a tula!

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  4. casey solsberry Says:

    I love baby wearing and own a becco, a Moby wrap, and a hava sling. I’ve been hearing a lot about tulas, but I’m curious – what makes it different and so sought after? I’d love to win one to see for myself!

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  5. Jennifer Nutter Says:

    I have really enjoyed wearing my kid but the carrier that i have is not holding up to his weight and gets uncomfortable quick. this would be perfect.

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  6. Heather Bennett Says:

    I wore my 3 older children when they were little squishes but due to narrow base carrier we didn’t wear long. I suffer hip issues and have found ergonomical correct carriers much comfortable. On the other hand simply can’t afford to buy a tula. Our newest squish is 4 month old & always wants me to hold and carry him so this would be awesome to win.

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  7. Brenda P Says:

    Babywearing lets me get things done! I have a Lillebaby carrier but I got it second hand and the original owner didn’t take care of it. The straps are really messed up :( I’d love to have a nice carrier that wouldn’t dig in or hurt my back!

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  8. Kristi Theus Whitaker Says:

    We love to babywear!!! We had a carrier but due to added bills I had to sell it. This would be amazing to win!!! I still get to babywear because I’m a member of our local babywearing international group. But I can’t keep those ;)

    Thank you for this giveaway! It is so generous. Someone will be a very happy mama or daddy using this beautiful Tula.

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  9. Dawn Wilson Says:

    I have worn all 4 of my daughters and will be wearing my grandson when he is born around Christmas. I always used slings or a front carry. Would love to try a Tula!

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  10. Meredith Says:

    My sweet girl is only two weeks old and I’m already in love with babywearing. As I type my girl is sleeping on me in a Solly Baby wrap ;) I have heard such great things about Tula – I’d be thrilled to win this giveaway!

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  11. Jennifer Says:

    I’ve heard such great things about Tulas. How hard is it to use it for a back carry? I’ve only ever used a sling.

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  12. Fleur Says:

    I just got a toddler Tula a few days ago. Why did I not know about them sooner ???
    I was able to cook and do dishes with a happy baby on my back instead of whining at my leg or emptying all my kitchen stuff !! I would love to win this one for baby #2 it is a MUST HAVE !

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  13. Christine Drexel Says:

    I’m really hoping to win one of these! Its been on my wish list for a while!

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  14. Veronica Bohan Says:

    Tulas are so cute. Why can’t they be worn on the hip?

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  15. Jennifer M. Says:

    Would my 41lbs daughter fit a standard?

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Her height is the more important thing Jennifer. I found that my daughter was outgrowing the standard around 14-15 months or so.

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  16. jodi Armstrong Says:

    Is a tula bigger than an ergo? ? My daughter is so long

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  17. Kristi Morton Says:

    Baby wearing is going to be a must at my house soon. I am a paraplegic with a 3 yr old who keeps my hands full and a baby due in a couple of weeks. Having my hands free is a must. I used a Baby K’tan for my first and loved it, but my hubby didn’t. He has tried a Tula and liked it, so I really want to add one to my stash and winning one would be so amazing.

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  18. victoria Meyers Says:

    I made myself a mei tai but would love a tula.

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  19. Briana Says:

    I would adore this print!

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  20. Liesal Says:

    I don’t know how people survive without babywearing! Especially those with multiple kids. Just had my second, and the Moby is a lifesaver. I love my Bo a 3g for after the newborn stage, but I really really want a Tula!

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  21. Megan Says:

    Baby wearing is a must at my homestead. If I don’t baby wear then my 20 month old is running wild trying to pet the chickens that usually end up pecking him! Which leads to feeding all the animals taking 2x longer than it should. I currently own an Ergo and love it but my LO is just getting too big for it. I have tried Tula’s on and love the way they fit him as if he was still an infant. Sadly though the money isn’t there to put upfront.

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  22. Elizabeth Says:

    Love babywearing! Sometimes when he gets fussy in the evening time I put baby in and go for a walk and he is instantly calm :) I have an Ergo and a ring sling but would love to try a Tula!

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  23. Ashleigh Says:

    I would LOVE a Tula. I currently have an Ergo, but heard that Tula is even more comfy! This would be amazing to win. Fingers crossed!

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  24. Kristin Burkholder Says:

    I have used a mei tai sash carrier and I like it but I would LOVE a carrier like Tula!!

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  25. Angela S. Says:

    I do not own a Tula, but I would like to! I currently own an ergo.

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  26. Gina DesRoches Says:

    I just gave birth to my 11th son!!!! He is so precious and I would love to carry him in this adorable baby carrier!!!:) I don’t usually win things like this but I just fell in love with this cute pattern on the Tula baby carrier and thought I should give it a try somebody has to win!:) this is an amazing giveaway somebody is really going to be blessed!!! Thanks,Gina

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Thank you for commenting Gina. Congratulations on your son! What blessings they all are!

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    • amanda tierney burkholder Says:

      If it wasn’t for baby wearing- I’m sure my oldest 3 boys would have starved and be living in a dirty house! Our little guy practically lives in the Ergo. Hes 16mns and super long. Id love to move on to a Tula. Thanks so much for the chance!

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  27. Shannon Says:

    So I just found out I am having twins yesterday, this would be amazing to have!!!!

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  28. Angela Says:

    I love babywearing. I currently have a ktan, moby, calin bleu gauze wrap and an ergo. But, my girl is tall so I would love to get a Tula which has a taller shell :)

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  29. Jessica Fletcher Says:

    Winning this tula would be amazing!! I’m pregnant with my second and would love this!!

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  30. Brenda P Says:

    I love wearing my baby! I have figured out when it’s cold I can hop in the back seat of the car, strap her in, put my coat on and go! No one gets cold!

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  31. Jessica F. Says:

    I love the pattern! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  32. Heidi Says:

    Have wanted a Tula for a long time, highly recommended by friends!

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  33. Heidi Says:

    How does this carrier compare to catbirdbaby or ergo?
    What are some mamas favorite feature?

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  34. Denae V Says:

    I didn’t wear my son much, now I have a newborn and I wear her more than I ever did my son.

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  35. Talitha Says:

    I absolutely love baby wearing! Still going strong at two and expecting another one in the future!

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  36. Lindsey Says:

    I loved wearing my son when he was little. I got so much done! I wish I had done it more! Now at 15 months he won’t sit still long enough for me to wear him. I miss my little cuddle bug!

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  37. Rachael Morgan Says:

    For my first kiddo I had a moby and an ergo and did a little babywearing but not enough. With my second now 4 month old I have never pulled out the stroller and babywear almost every day. And now my husband wears our 2.5 year old on his back all the time. It is an incredible bondng and hands free experience. And luckly Tula makes it soooo much easier!

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  38. Robyn L Says:

    I love babywearing, wore my daughter for over two years in a ring sling, but when my son came around and grew out of newborn weights, I found I was getting wore down too quick with all his weight on one side of my body due to my health issues. I’m expecting number three and I really want to find a good, supportive carrier. I have boba carriers, but they can feel so bulky. Is Tula less bulky than other structured carriers?

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      Hi Robyn, I would say it is comparable in bulk to the way a Boba feels. Maybe try Ring slings or wraps:)

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  39. Ainee Ramos Says:

    I started baby wearing when my son was 8 months old. i wished i could have started when he’s a newborn and learned how to wrap

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  40. Erin B. Says:

    Expecting baby #2 and really want to get one of these! Don’t have a good carrier yet.

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  41. Steph M Says:

    I enjoy baby-wearing sometimes! It makes going out easier; I prefer to wear my baby and push the toddler in the stroller.

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  42. KaitWK Says:

    We started baby wearing with a cheap carrier from a big chain store and it worked fine at first but after our lo was about three months and it became uncomfortable for everyone. We love wearing so much though. And this print is one of my new all time favorites!!

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  43. Meghan V. Says:

    I love babywearing! It is so helpful in keeping baby happy.

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  44. Natalee C Says:

    I’ve worn all my kids (3 so far) and can’t wait to try out a Tula with my newbie coming in Jan!!! I’ve used slings, a sleepy wrap, and an ergo but have heard Tula is much more comfortable.

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  45. Cassandra Ross Says:

    I started with a baby bjorn that was given to me at my baby shower. It only lasted a few
    Months through the newborn stage, it was not comfortable. I then got an ergo once my son outgrew his infant car seat and I had to put him in a grocery cart, that was not fun. He would try to get everything! So then as I fell in love with wearing him again at close to a year old, I heard amazing things about Tulas. So I invested and I do LOVE It! At first it was stiff brinng so new and I got y ergo used, I wasn’t initially in love, but after a few weeks of long stretches wearing it, it started to get broken in and I got more adjusted to it and I never reach for my ergo. I love this carrier and would
    Love one to just leave in my car, hidden of course!

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  46. Krystal B Says:

    My almost two year old loves being worn on my back. I would love to have a Tula for him.

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  47. Sam C Says:

    Babywearing has made my life so much easier this past year but now that my little guy is mobile, he is wanting to be worn much less. How do you keep a little one interested in it?!

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  48. Melissa Decroteau Says:

    If my son is almost 2, 34in tall but only 22lbs can I still get the toddler Tula or will it be too big?

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  49. Amanda Mahan Says:

    I love Tulas and babywearing, it’s the best!

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  50. Monica Powell Says:

    With the Tula carrier can you where the baby to be facing outward?

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  51. Brandi Says:

    Looking for something easier than a wrap with a mobile 9 mo!

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  52. Molly Says:

    I recently tried on a friend’s Tula with my baby and it was great! Comfortable ways to wear my chunky daughter are a real blessing. :)

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  53. Lavanya Says:

    I use a beck gemini and a woven wrap. Have been wanting a Tula!

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  54. Wendi Niccole Says:

    My sixth baby, now 3 months old, has been my first to be worn. We both love it. When she is sleepy but too fussy to fall asleep, she’s usually quiet before I finish wrapping and asleep within 5 or 10 minutes. After she’s been asleep for 10 minutes I can transition her into her bed for a great nap. What a blessing!!

    I’d love to win a Tula for back carries outside and for shopping.

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  55. ashley Sloan Says:

    Is the Tula good for small babies and newborns too?

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  56. Trish McCurdy Says:

    Does the Tula do well as a cold weather carrier? Is there a good way to use the Tula during super cold weather?

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    • Jennifer Reinhardt Says:

      You can wear a big coat around both of you or there are actually babywearing jackets designed just for this purpose Trish. :)

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  57. Megan M Says:

    We love babywearing! A baby carrier is one of the few must-haves on my new baby list.

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