Babywearing for Dads

Once upon a time it was common for moms to almost exclusively care for their newborns with very little input from Dad. Well, that’s just not the times we live in anymore. Dads want to be more involved than ever right from the start. But despite all of the advancements in dads taking more of a nurturing role in their babies’ lives, there is very little gear designed to help them do this. Well, let me introduce you to Lalabu’s baby-wearing shirt for men.

This stylish v-neck is the first clothing product of its kind designed exclusively for men so they can wear their baby proudly. It features a slim fit with short sleeves and a breathable mesh panel on the front that allows dad to feel and bond with his baby. Research shows that the benefits of skin to skin contact include cardiorespiratory stabilization and temperature regulation in premature babies, bonding, less crying, stress reduction, and babies fall asleep easier. That is just the benefits that the baby gets! The father’s brain releases oxytocin, commonly referred to as the “love hormone” and their life long bond with the baby becomes that much stronger in those few moments. The built-in pouch lies flat when not in use but easily pulls out when you’re ready to place your baby inside – kangaroo-style. And the adjustable head support and pouch extender grows with your baby. The Lalabu Dad Shirt comes in gray and blue fitting medium, large, XL, and 2XL.

The Lalabu Dad Shirt is priced at $75 with free shipping to the U.S. and Canada. To learn more, head to Lalabu.com today.

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