BloomyLoom Choco-Grass UHU Woven Wrap: Review

This week I had the pleasure of testing out a wrap from BloomyLoom, a new company out of Budapest, Hungary.

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Left: direct sunlight. Right: shade/indoors

The Choco-grass UHU, or Owls, is a super comfy 100% combed cotton medium weight wrap. This is going to break in buttery soft and I think it will be great for new babies and beginner wrappers. This will also be good for heavier kiddos in multiple pass carries.

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Kangaroo carry. Shows both sides of the wrap well.

The first carry I tried with UHU was a kangaroo carry. The wrap glided easily and it molded well to our bodies. Maxine tried to slide out of her seat, but couldn’t.

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Rucksack carry

When I took the wrap outside, holy cow! The green was so vibrant! It was a perfect lime green. It made me instantly fall head over heels for Owls. I love bright colors! I quickly put Maxine up in a ruck (which is very difficult for us because she is a notorious seat popper) and it was rock solid. The width was perfect to keep her in a ruck.

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Poppin's hip carry

Next, I decided to try out a poppin’s hip carry because this is my go-to nursing carry. The wrap didn’t dig at all. There are some wraps that I have to avoid this carry with and I’m so happy to say that this isn’t one of them.

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I’m sad to send this wrap back on the road, but I will probably end up buying one! I can’t wait to see how beautiful this wrap feels when it’s completely broken in. The colors make me smile. They also have cats and swirls in this colorway.

This wrap is traveling through the United States. I was lent this wrap for review. All opinions are my own and I received nothing in return for my honest review

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