NOTE: Jack’s face is covered only for the photos! When wearing your baby, you should be able to see their face to ensure their air passageways are clear and unobstructed. See more about how to tie your wrap and get all of the safe babywearing tips here.
There couldn’t have been a more perfect setting or time of day to snap these photos of the Goldie Solly Baby Wrap, am I right? That being said, don’t be deceived by the magical golden hour light—this photo shoot was all kinds of crazy and filled with what my photographer Chrissy and I fondly refer to as mom moments. Let’s just say there were a lot of tears from both of our boys. Such is life!
I’ll admit, I was skeptical about this color at first—after all, yellow isn’t really a usual color pick for me—but as soon as I saw it in person I fell in love. It has such a beautiful rich hue, and makes such a bold statement. I especially love pairing it with patterns, like the black and white gingham top I wore here (or the striped top I wore here).
BABYWEARING TIP: Button down shirts are ideal for nursing mamas, especially if you can learn to nurse your baby while they’re in the wrap! I’ve done it once or twice but admittedly am still getting it down. It takes practice, but it’s a really wonderful little trick to have up your sleeve when your baby is hungry and you have things to do!
Solly Baby Wrap in Goldie c/o Solly Baby
J.Crew Factory Shirt
American Eagle Jeggings
Old Navy Ankle Boots / Similar
H&M Aviators / Similar
Tiny Tags Necklace
(This post is sponsored by Solly Baby, a company I love and believe in. Thank you for supporting the brands that make Thoughts By Natalie possible!)