As a very busy mom who is always on the go, it’s hard to tote around my 4 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 for over 3 months now. The fourth wrap I decided to try was from Maya Wrap Slings and was definitely my favorite one of all!
I have the Original Maya Wrap Sling in color #35.
The Maya Wrap is unlike any other sling or baby carrier I’ve tried. Completely unique and totally awesome!
It may only come in 4 different sizes, but it is completely customizable to the fullest extent. Unpadded, open tail that allows for perfect adjustability and is convenient as a nursing cover as well!
Wear newborns through toddlers in a variety of positions. All Maya wraps purchased from their website comes with an instructional DVD to show you all the various positions you can use. Wraps are recommended for children up to 35 pounds.
All of the Maya Wraps are made of beautiful hand-loomed, breathable fabrics that include a built in pocket for keys, diaper, cell phone etc. They are also machine washable.
These wraps are bigger than the slings I reviewed, but they still fit easily into a diaper bag or purse. And celebrities use Maya wraps. Check it out >>
I went to a Baby Wearing Group at the Birthing Center where I had my daughter and they let you try on a bunch of different carriers. I had the opportunity to try out the Maya Pouch, and I loved it. They don’t have any available on their website right now, but you can look for them on eBay.
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