As a very busy mom who is always on the go, it’s hard to tote around my 7 month old and still get things done. When my daughter was only a few weeks old, I couldn’t get anything done. I was carrying her around all the time, because she refused to be happy anywhere else. I had to make blog posts with one hand, dishes with one hand, laundry with one hand, and don’t even ask me how I made dinner every night. Thankfully, I discovered a different way of carrying my little one.
Baby slings are the most convenient way of carrying around your newborn. They are also quite fashionable too! They are available in a variety of fabrics and sizes.
I have been reviewing and testing different baby slings and wraps over the last several months. I just recently got the Chic Papoose Baby Sling that is fit for a celebrity. It’s just so chic!
For me, this was the best sling, even after trying more than half a dozen different slings and wraps.
I found this one to be the best size and fit for carrying my 7 month old in the Cradle Hold carrying position. (Click here to read more about carrying positions.) It was also easier to fold and store without the padding like the Hotslings Baby Slings and the Slinglings Baby Slings.
They come in only 3 sizes so the chance of getting a perfect fit isn’t as high as with the companies that offer several different sizes. However, I’m 5’3″ and approx 34B and the Regular size fits me perfect. My sister in law has one too and she’s 5’4″ and approx 36D and it fits her perfect with her tiny baby boy who’s little over 2 months old. So it goes to show that the same size can work perfectly for 2 different people.
My Chic Papoose is in the Cassidy print, an awesome summer print of hibiscus, surf boards, and waves. Love it!! It’s a popular print an almost sold out so hurry if you want one!
To all you mom’s out there, this one is very fashionable!!!
The Chic Papoose is on the upper end of the price chart when it comes to baby slings, but they are high quality and reversible. They have 15 different prints in 3 different sizes, and they cost $68 a piece. I definitely recommend them!