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 first one I received was from Slinglings.
I have the Organic Hemp Blend Stretch Twill Padded sling and it is definitely one of my favorites, as I use it the most often out of all my slings.
Slings are hands free, perfect for active parents like me! I’m even able to nurse my daughter in the baby sling and still have both my hands free. When she was 2 months old, she was quite fussy, and having her close to me all the time helped keep her content.
Having her right with me all the time really helped us both transition to our new roles. People don’t realize what a huge change it can be for both mommy and baby after birth. Slings definitely promote the bond between parent and child.
Slings are very versatile and have many carrying positions, making it easy to find what’s best for you and your baby. Plus, the slings are suitable for newborns through toddlers up to 35 lbs. The design comfortably distributes baby’s weight and the slings come in 10 sizes for a perfect fit. Find your size >> Some slings even have leg padding for baby’s comfort in the hip carry. (I got a padded baby sling.)
Because of it’s compact design, it can be folded up and stored in your diaper bag or purse. And there are many fun and fashionable fabric choices. Plus, they are easy to care for. Just throw them in the washing machine, line dry, and you’re good to go.
Slinglings range in price from $36 – $49 depending on the fabric or style you choose. Buy one now >>
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