Based on 63 reviews
The Noonoo Pie Tie is a baby wrap carrier which is made of a long piece of soft, comfortable fabric. It has the perfect blend of 95% cotton and just a little added lycra for stretch so that you can enjoy all the benefits that natural cotton fibres provide, along with added flexibility and support.
We where gifted with one with our second baby, an absolutely game changer for me. Having an active 5 year old who needs me too, this allows me some freedom to get things done. Baby is satisfied being close to mum and my son is getting the attention and love he needs. And the house gets attention too 😉
I love our noonoo pie! Had a summer baby who loves being in this wrap since a newborn, would fall asleep instantly. We hardly used the pram so it was a lot less effort going out with our baby. Her dad loves the closeness of babywearing too so we often argue over who will get to carry baby in the wrap. 6 months later and its the only way I get anything done with my needy baby after getting home from work
I got a second hand noo noo pie that is in perfect condition, so it's durable enough to take you through more than one of your children. It's fantastic once you learn how to use it. I found a tutorial on YouTube that made it very simple to use. I had my husband help me at first while figuring it out. It's soft enough to use from birth and surprisingly supportive. I tried conventional baby carriers but the one was too big for her and the other didn't support her head. I wish I had the noo noo pie from birth. It helps you be hands free so you can do dishes or whatever else you need to do, while keeping baby happy on mommy's chest. Definitely a must have before baby is born.
I really do love the fabric, and the way it looks. However this didn't work for my little one. I am still keeping it in the hopes of trying it when I have another baby. It was quote uncomfortable for her to be wrapped in this, it got really hot and I struggled with the weight on my frame. I suppose a baby carrier may work better, but I am no expert on this.
I didn't realise just how long the wrap was going to be and found it cumbersome to tie. I never quite got it right, even after watching videos and reading up on the correct way to wear it. For our next child, I'll rather go for a carrier than a wrap.