Our current baby carrier of choice. It’s comfortable for us and for Lisa and it can be used in any position you can imagine. If you think that you’ll be using a chest carrier a lot, this one is definitely worth the investment. You can read our full review of the Ergobaby Omni 360, in which we compare it to our original Ergobaby that it replaced (also a quality product). Baby carriers are most useful when you expect to be on terrain that a stroller can’t handle, or in an environment where you want to keep your little one close. When Lisa was younger I sometimes used a carrier while I was doing chores because she hated lying on a mat by herself, but these days she wants to play and the chest carrier is just for exploring the outdoors.