Win a Baby K’tan Baby Carrier

Whether you are new to babywearing, or a seasoned professional, I think the Baby K’tan is a carrier every parent should have in their stash.  Babywearing is super easy with the K’tan.  You can throw this carrier in your diaper bag or car and have it on the go whenever you need it.

With a wide variety of carrying options your baby is sure to have one they love!  If you want to know about the types of carries you can do, check out my full Baby K’tan Review!

Baby Ktan

I’m super excited that Baby K’tan is offering one lucky Our Knight Life reader a Baby K’tan of their choice!

This giveaway will be winners choice of size and color including all sizes XS-XL in basic black, warm cocoa, sage green, eggplant and *heather grey.

*except XS Heather Grey. Baby K’tan reserves the right to substitute the color for something comparable.

Please use the below rafflecopter to enter!
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Good Luck!

This contest is open to US only and ends on 2/22/13.

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  1. Amanda Caldwell says

    Sorry for the extra post! I forgot to add I am mostly new to baby wearing. My son would’ve loved it but we just never got a carrier. :-/ I would love the XL heather gray if I win!


  2. Kate says

    I would get the eggplant and I just recently started baby wearing since I have a three week old. I love it cause it leaves my hands free.


  3. Tawna says

    Oooh, sage green, or heather gray sound AMAZING. I love babywearing because it enables you to comfort and cuddle your baby when they need you while also enabling you to take care of important tasks. Also it’s nice to have them so close to you when you go on walks. :)


  4. Kelsey says

    Black, XS, would make me very happy! I’ve been covering one of these since my two year old was a baby. Now I have another baby and would just love to get him in one of these! So cute and they look easy to use. I love that!


  5. One Southern Girl - Happily Southern says

    I think I’d pick eggplant or sage green! I love to babywear because I’m able to snuggle them and still get projects accomplished!


  6. Lisa Fox says

    Sage green. I like wearing my baby (almost 6 months!) because I can keep her close (which is where she wants to be anyway) and still get things done.


  7. courtney k says

    i love eggplant & sage. i believe in babywearing because after carrying my child inside me for 9-10 months it doesn’t make sense to then take them away. it helps promote and extend the bond we developed in utero.


  8. Claire Rheinheimer says

    I’d like to win the eggplant and I haven’t tried baby wearing yet, but with a little one on the way in May I’d like to wear her so I can still spend time with my son that will be 2 when she gets here.


  9. Ellen B. says

    Heather Grey is my fav. color! My first child is “due” in a little less than 8 weeks so, I’ve never worn a baby, but I can’t wait to! :)


  10. Beth Rees says

    I love the heather grey. I love babywearing, because not only does it keep my hands free, but it makes mommy and baby happier. Definitely keeps baby warm and baby gets to hear mommy’s heartbeat too


  11. Jessica K says

    I would want warm cocoa. I love the snuggle time babywearing provides plus it will be great for our second baby this summer since our toddler is always so busy.


  12. ASHLEY S says

    Babywearing has saved me a lot of headaches. With 2 kids 22 months apart, I can wear my youngest while wrangling my 2 year old. I love the basic black.


  13. says

    I would get the grey or cocoa. I don’t babywear as much as I should have, my girl is a toddler now and likes her freedom, but it’s so much easier to run through the aiport with a carrier than a stroller.


  14. Amy says

    I would love a K’tan in eggplant! I love baby wearing because my daughter loves to be held all the time and it allows me to “hold” her, but still have my hands free to do stuff.



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