Mum to Mum – We Made Me Wuti Wrap Review

As a plus size mum, finding a baby carrier / sling that would fit seemed like it was going to be a hard task. It’s not only got to fit round my waist but allow for my tummy and boobs PLUS a baby! So with the search in full motion, we were approached by the brand We Made Me who were more than happy to take us up on the challenge and I must say, they exceeded our expectations completely!

WMM has 3 carriers/slings to choose from and we went for the Wuti Wrap*, thinking as it had SO much material to wrap around, and it was stretchy, I’d be fine with it fitting roind my curves! The Wuti Wrap came with this great step by step guide that showed you every single move on how to prepare the wrap to hold the baby and was easy to follow unlike some of the others on the market.

Now James absolutely adored the Wuti Wrap. He’s 6ft and has lovely long arms and made it look so easy tucking the wrap in here and there and was able to get his wrap on in just a few minutes and him and Amelia were ready to go. Showoff. However I have short arms and I did find it a little fiddly to start off with in terms of wrapping it round my body and having it tight enough to support Amelia but not have her sagging in it and I found it was easier for me with a helping hand and doing it infront of a mirror, then doing it on my own – however I also think being a nervous new mum at the time played a big part in not wanting to drop her.

If any plus size mums are looking for a carrier for their baby, I can certainly recommend the Wuti Wrap as it would easily fit a woman UK size 32 ( I’m a 24/26 normally however was about a 28 in the pics due to pregnancy weight ). If you don’t want to have that flexibility of fastening it on each time, and would maybe prefer one you can just put on and click a fastening into place, then I’d suggest looking at their Pao Carrier, I think I might enjoy this one a little bit more as It does take me a little longer than James to put the Wuti on, and I think I’d prefer the quicker one so I can just pop her in and be on our way, however, If you’re more like James who wouldn’t have a problem wrapping it round you following the easy guide then the Wuti Wrap is for you!


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  • Rachel Bradford

    Love baby wearing, though Henry is getting big for my stretchy wrap so might have to see what they do for bigger babes!!

  • Ash – Mama Reid

    It looks so comfortable! I can’t wait to wear mine! 🙈💙

  • The Amphletts

    Love baby wearing, it’s so much easier than taking the pushchair out every time – so pleased you found one that works for you!

  • Nicola Hughes

    Great post! Baby wearing is so much fun xx

  • Claire Louise

    That sling looks really comfy to wear! I love baby wearing and Ava loves to fall asleep in her sling. Perfect for getting jobs done around the house when baby just won’t settle!

  • Ooh, we have this wrap, I can’t WAIT to try it out, looks so snuggly unlike some of the others that look a bit less cozy with all the straps and clips.

    Lyndsay | Fizzy Peaches

  • MaisyMeow

    We had a similar wrap in the early days when Oliver wouldn’t sit on his own, but I couldn’t relax wearing it and still ended up holding on to his bottom and his neck so I never actually got the benefit of it haha! I might try it again now that I’m a bit more confident! This one does look super comfy!x

    Maisy Meow | Lifestyle and Baby

  • Might have to invest in one of these for us! I hear so many mixed reviews about all the big brand ones so I think I’d like to try this one 🙂

  • Jenna Richards

    I think using a wrap always takes a bit of getting used to. They are so good for getting your hands back when you have a clingy baby though!!

    Jenna at Tinyfootsteps xx