Baby slings have become an extremely popular method for carrying babies all over the world. They are designed to keep baby close while still keeping Mom’s hands free to carry out everyday tasks. Infants are often calmed while being carried in a sling and most mothers adore their slings because of their convenience. A recent incident, however, reminded us just how important safety is when using an infant sling.
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A couple weeks ago while in San Diego attending BlogHer I was invited to preview some new products that Infantino and Step2 will be introducing this Fall.
BabyBjorn celebrates its 50th anniversary this year – and to commemorate this milestone they have turned to their roots.
The result was the creation of the BabyBjorn Retro Line.
Baby carriers were not really my thing with my first baby. I did get one as a gift but found all the adjustments intimidating and time consuming for a tired first time mom. There were many buckles and the carrier never seemed to fit me properly even loosened all the way.
For many parents babywearing is convenient way to keep your child close while you run errands or get chores done around the house. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has put together some information to make sure that parents and caregivers are aware of important safety information related to the proper use of slings.
The Go Sling from Puj is an excellent carrier for busy families that are always out and about. This very simple pouch sling is so easy to use that you can put it on one handed while holding your baby. You can just throw it in your bag and pop it out when you need a spot for your baby and free hands.
Heidi Klum was spotted wearing baby Lou while out with at the park with her kids yesterday.
Heidi carries Lou in a celebrity favorite – BABYBJÖRN Baby Carrier (Synergy). The carriers are popular because they are comfortable, easy to wear and perfect for parents of all sizes.
While looking through photos from other countries this afternoon, I was amazed at how innovative moms around the world can be when they are short on resources but need to still get chores done while carrying their babies.
the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Health Canada (HC), in cooperation with Infantino are announcing a free replacement program for the Infantino “SlingRider” and “Wendy Bellissimo” infant slings.
The Moby Wrap is a child carrier that was designed from a simple piece of wide cotton that you just tie together – no straps to deal with, no buckles to figure out. Best of all, there are practically no limits to the ways your can carry your baby. Use your front, your hip, your back, it all works.