Welcome to Kinderpack. We're happy that you've found our great family of baby carriers that are small-batch made, exclusively in the USA.  Here you'll find the best baby carriers in sizes to fit infants, toddlers, and even preschool sized children.  Kinderpack Baby Carriers are available in a wide variety of prints to suit any style or taste, and can be worn on the front or as a backpack style carrier. Our high quality soft structured carrriers come in different sizing for caregiver's comfort as well.   Browse here: 
Infant Baby CarriersStandard size Baby CarriersToddler Baby Carriers  and Child Carriers for Preschoolers

Our Infant size Kinderpack grows with your child

Comfort and style balanced, the Infant sized Kinderpack will create a safe place for baby, while providing you with the ultimate in comfortable babywearing. This baby carrier will fit your child from 8 lbs to 35 lbs, with width adjusting features to get the best fit every single time at every growth stage. We even have 2 strap lengths to choose from for your wearing comfort.  You don't have to compromise style for comfort any more! Learn more here

Our Standard Size Kinderpack is great for 20 lbs and up

Has your baby reached 20 lbs and/or a year old? If so, then Standard size is likely the size for you.  Standard size is great for 20-40 lbs, and is the choice for parents that are moving up from an infant sized carrier.  Learn more here

Toddler size Kinderpack for ages 2 and up

Does your larger toddler have trouble keeping up with older siblings?  Does your toddler still want to be held often, or in new places?  Toddler size Kinderpack is for children that are minimum 32" tall, and who are growing out of Standard size.  Toddlerwearing can be a very beneficial part of toddlerhood, for you and your child.  Kinderpack makes it easy for the up-and-down stage without too much fuss. You can learn more here

Preschool size Kinderpack for Extended Childwearing

Some "big kids" need that extra security of still being carried in the early preschool years.  Preschool size Kinderpack is the largest child carrier on the market and supports children up to 55+ lbs.  It is recommended for ages 3-5 years.  Preschool Kinderpack can be used to help your child feel close and secure in times of anxiety or over stimulation.  It is especially beneficial for children with special needs that require compression therapy for calming in stressful situations.  You can learn more here

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Fostering An Unbreakable Bond - Babywearing & Adoption

Fostering An Unbreakable Bond - Babywearing & Adoption

Shakella is a member of our Kinderpack Community who has so graciously shared her family's foster/adopt story with us. Read on to hear how babywearing has played a major role in the transition for her children. You can follow Shakella's story on her Instagram

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Different people foster for many different reasons. For my family, this wasn’t the 1st time we had fostered. We know and understand the goal of foster care is reunification and family preservation. For us, it means loving on any children that come into our home and creating the safest and move loving environment we can while a child is in our care.

My oldest child I wore out of necessity, being a single teen parent on the bus, so I was familiar with babywearing and it
 has been heaven sent! When I shared on Facebook that I needed a car seat ASAP and I didn’t need anyone to question me a friend reached out. Robyn offered me a ring sling and told me she would help me learn to use it. That was the 1st babywearing experience I had with a Ring Sling and it was a learning curve, but the benefits of wearing Jonah exceeded my expectations.




It helped so much in those 1st few weeks with having such a fragile child home from the NICU with multiple needs. Wearing Jonah allowed me to keep him close and provide the comfort needed. As he got bigger we tried out a few other babywearing items. We’ve used woven wraps and stretchy wraps. Jonah didn’t seem to care for the stretchy wraps. We have used ring slings and soft structured carriers. Of all the items we have tried our heart settles with soft structured baby carriers the most.

Of all 5 children, Jonah has been worn the longest and he is more attached to me than any of my other children. I wholeheartedly believe that is due to babywearing from birth. We didn’t go into fostering to adopt children but that is where it lead, and I’m glad that Jonah and Kai get to be adopted by their [first] family. 

I won’t go into detail about my son’s story because I believe it’s his story to share if and when he is ready. However, babywearing has played a huge part in our bonding and positive attachment. At 3 year 4 months old I still wear him.  
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Here are a few resources Shakella has shared for those who are considering adoption 

https://savingoursistersadoption.org/
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We love to hear real stories by real babywearing parents! If you have a story about how babywearing has helped your family through a difficult time, please email it to us at info@kinderpack.com or tag us on social media for a chance to be featured here on our blog. 

February 09, 2019 by Kristina Pulistar
Babywearing Dads - #KinderDads

Babywearing Dads - #KinderDads

As a babywearing educator, I get to help hundreds of families each year learn how to carry their babies in a variety of carriers. I've noticed a wonderful transition in the last 2 years through my work. There has been a HUGE increase in dads who are not only wearing their children but are EXCITED to do so. The days of believing that men should not be doing any child rearing is behind us and we couldn't be any happier! 

We asked a few Dads in our Kinderpack Community what their initial thoughts were on babywearing and what it means to them now. 


Knit Stitch Kinderpack - Daddy Thai

Did you want to wear your child from the beginning or did it take persuasion?
I wanted to wear from the beginning but was a little intimidated. Lots of help was given. 

Why do you like to wear your child? 
[The} Ease of carrying my child, freeing up hands, and it's a great way to bond.



Shady Savannah Kinderpack
 - Rick Louis


Did you want to wear your child from the beginning or did it take persuasion? 
It took a little bit of persuasion from my wife at first as I didn’t really know much about it. She jumped right into and taught me about it 🙂
My wife helped me learn how to wear him!
Why do you like to wear your child? 

Why do you like to wear your child? 

I love it for many reasons. But here are my top 2. 1 it’s so much easier and it’s awesome to be able to use my hands! My arms don’t get tired at all (I like wearing him on my back). 2) I think it’s a great way for me to bond with my son! He’s 5.5 and I don’t know how much longer he’s gonna let me wear him. We do have #2 coming in April, so I’m super stoked to wear them from an earlier age until they decide it’s no longer cool!


Daddy Farinas

Did you want to wear your child from the beginning or did it take persuasion? 
I guess it took persuasion. There are not too many examples of men wearing babies out there. I'm proud now, though, to be able to wear my baby while getting things done around the house, or just to play video games 😆.

Why do you like to wear your child? 
I love to wear the babies because frankly, it frees my hands up for everything else and sometimes it is 20 times easier to put the baby to sleep. 

January 26, 2019 by Kristina Pulistar
Why I Babywear My Deaf Daughter

Why I Babywear My Deaf Daughter

Babywearing a child who is deaf can be beneficial. It can keep them safe from surroundings that may otherwise be dangerous. It can keep them calm during medical procedures and it can help them to feel the vibrations as you speak to them. Babywearing can allow your deaf child to be a participant in life despite their disability. This is a story told by a mother of a deaf child.
December 02, 2018 by Kristina Pulistar

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