Baby Tula Free to Grow Carrier Giveaway

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Tula Carrier Giveaway | Well Rounded NY

Sometimes we just need an extra hand. It’s hard to hold our baby and our phone. Or our latte. Or the hand of another little one.

Baby Tula to the rescue! Tula is known for it’s variety of stylish patterns — and the designs just keep getting better. To celebrate the launch of Baby Tula’s newest line of prints, we’re teaming up to gift one mama (or papa!) a free set of hands with their Free-to-Grow baby carrier.

The Free-to-Grow baby carrier is perfect for babies from 7 to 45 pounds. In a world where onesies are outgrown weekly, that’s a whole lot of longevity! The Baby Tula carrier is adjustable in height and width, to fit both you and your growing baby.

Tula Carrier Giveaway | Well Rounded NY

Tula Carrier Giveaway | Well Rounded NY

While other carriers or wraps can put pressure on your shoulders or make your back sore, Baby Tula shines. With the Free-to-Grow carrier’s padded shoulder straps and wide waist belt, you’re able to bear the weight of your baby with ease. It’s also easy to snap your little one in multiple carry positions: on your chest, or your back.

Whether you’re at the farmer’s market or a standing room only restaurant, the Baby Tula baby carrier makes life a breeze. Your baby can snuggle in close, feeling safe and secure even in crowded spaces.

The breathable, lightweight fabric ensures baby never gets too warm. And as an added bonus, the removable hood keeps little ones’ heads out of direct sunlight — and provides extra privacy for nursing. Score! Baby Tula has thought of everything.

Providing inspiration for your tiny one to take flight, Baby Tula’s new print is called “soar”. The olive green fabric features the silhouette of birds in flight. With support and love, Baby Tula says, your little one can soar, too!

Enter below for your chance to win a Baby Tula’s Free-to-Grow baby carriers, valued at $159.

Tula Free-to-Grow Baby Carrier

Hanna Nakano

Hanna Nakano

Hanna Nakano is a journalist and mama-to-be based in Washington, D.C. After years as a television reporter and producer, she now works strictly online -- writing stories from coffee shops and saving lots of money on HD makeup. She's married to a medical doctor with a culinary degree (you can find their recipes and ramblings at Chef Meets Girl). They have a golden retriever named Mochi, and their first baby is due in February.

Comments {19}

  1. I have heard such great things about the Tula’s! I would love to win!

    Jade
  2. It won’t let me enter. I have tried for 3 days in a row now and it will not load the link for me to enter

    Jade
  3. I hope i win this. It looks so comfortable. Especially when I have an almost 20lb little boy to carry around plus 2 older kids to chase after.

    Christine
  4. I f I am in Canada can I enter the contests.

    mike ghattas
  5. Is the contest open to Canadians?

    Erin Feldman
  6. would love to win- in Houston with Harvey Storm- need items for when Baby comes!

    Liane Soukup
  7. This is a wonderful opportunity, thank you.

    Mary
  8. Thank you for the opportunity! Enjoy your upcoming Holiday weekend!!

    Angela Mason
  9. Baby Winnie would love to be carried around in the amazing Tula carrier!!!

    Erika Petrie
  10. Daddy Dominik would love to carry Alice in it! Is it ok for Poland? ❤

    Renata Glińska
  11. Crossing my fingers!

    Callie
  12. How can Canadians enter? (The form does not allow a postal code in place of zipcode, nor for this field to be left empty)

    Erin Feldman
    1. This has been fixed, please go ahead and enter and leave out your postal code.

      Jessica Pallay
  13. We love our Tulas! We use them for our toddlers and baby and would love another one!

    Lorna
  14. I would LOVE to win this!! I need something to carry my toddler in, especially on hikes here in HI!

    Cari Miller
  15. Agreed with Erin above – form doesn’t allow postal codes for Canadians.

    Alice
    1. We’ve updated this postal code field as optional, so Canadians can enter!

      Jessica Pallay

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