Rectangular piece of African material and of traditional African dimensions (about 165 cm x 110 cm) made from woven cotton (Coloured by using a process called ‘’wax printing’’). This traditional African material is also worn as clothing and is easily distinguishable by its bright colours and unique patterns. Due to the symbolism of certain patterns, different communities have been using the Kanga for hundreds of years to deliver best wishes and blessings, and to bestow prosperity as well as offer words of wisdom, friendship and encouragement. This baby carrier makes it possible to attach a child to a parent quickly and allows for short or long wearing periods depending on the child’s weight. It is a safe and ergonomic way to carry your baby and still travel light. It can be used as soon as the baby has found his or her balance point and can sit up on their own. The Maman Kangourou version can be worn as a paréo or made into a unique bag for transporting baby’s things.