Baby Carrier That Provides Privacy And Support

When Rachel nursed baby Emma on national television, I cringed! Personally, I feel nursing your baby is the most private thing to be done; you don’t need spectators! Some experts believe that feed times are the ultimate bonding sessions, considering post-natal blues etc. More often than not, ladies who only breast-feed and don’t believe in using the bottle, always face a problem in public places. The Comfy Care Carrier is the fine line that not only doubles up as a carrier but also features the subtle motive of offering privacy during feed times.

Strap up your munchkin and carry him around with the perfect posture! A mobile, cushy bassinet is what I’d like to call it. The shoulder straps of the carrier are easy to don and can be worn over or underneath a jacket. The carrier-part clips on to the straps hence can be removed if you’re in the mood to cuddle your baby! During the feed times, all you need to do is push up the cover of the carrier to a hood kinda position, for privacy.

Designer: Thorunn Hannesdottir

19 Comments

  • Mikel says:

    Dear: Thorunn Hannesdottir

    You are just affraid of showing your tits in public…humankind shold move forward in this aspect.

    This is why many women dont breast feed their babies… to my understanding…

    Crap design anyways…to beig to be carried around on your trolley. Sit down on a chair and put a blancket over yur baby if your are so concerned…

    Cheers

    M.Martin

    • Radhika Seth says:

      Dear Mikel Martin,

      Either you don’t have a child or you still mentally belong to the teens…Other wise you wouldn’t have made the above comment. At YD we encourage a healthy discussion on DESIGN and not on how people behave in public. The design features here addresses a very important issue. Not many women are comfortable nursing their babies in public, coz there may be pervert lurking and ogling at their anatomy, and its a known fact that if the mother is not comfortable, she cannot produce as much milk as to satisfy the baby’s hunger.

      So if you don’t mind, have respect for women, breastfeeding is always on demand-base as opposed to formula feed which has to be given at timed intervals.

      • Henrique Staino says:

        Well Radhika, I’m sorry but Product Design usually have a very close relation to people’s behavior. We are committed to the public, never forget that.
        Other than that, I agree with you.

        • Radhika Seth says:

          My point exactly….discuss the pros and cons of products, designs, but suggesting a woman shouldn’t mind flashing while feeding her baby…is gross and disgusting! tell me how is the progress of humankind dependent on that?

        • Clearly Mikel is not devoted to the public, only to himself.

          Henrique: Radhika is saying that comments should be based on how the design works, not personal attacks on the designer.

      • Hartigan says:

        Quote: “Not many women are comfortable nursing their babies in public”

        Let me clarify few points:
        1.- If the mother thinks like that she does not deserve a child.
        2.- People in different countries are not raise the same way.

        This is a solution to a problem created by society itself.

        Quote: “you still mentally belong to the teens”

        Thanks!! I knew I was not growing older!!

  • Michael O says:

    great idea.

  • CS says:

    Doesn’t carrying a baby around and letting them experience the world around them help his/her brain development?

    Shielding them from seeing diminishes the benefits of carrying them with you.

    • At this age, the baby is learning to speak and feel mostly.

      Also, if you’re a resident of a cold place (like if it’s winter in Minnesota, usa), then you’ll know how important it is to keep the baby completely covered in the weather.

  • i have been working on similar lines…i quite like it. :)

  • Alan says:

    Hmmm.. i dont know abt this but in tropical country i live in, this will create lots of heat for the baby… Which is bad…

  • rayelle says:

    I like the idea behind this design but it looks a bit like you’re carrying the baby in a messenger bag

  • amanhem says:

    ha ha,
    nice baby carriage,

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