Best slings/wraps

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  1. yourstruly10

    yourstruly10 Well-Known Member

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    Hey ladies. Just a quick question. For those of you who use baby slings/wraps which one do you find best for newborn and up. Baby number two is due in october and Ava will be 12.5 months old. Im thinking im going to need to become a baby wearing mama to be able to handle both at once when hubby goes back to work but I have no idea what im looking for or what to buy. Also has to be something I can get a newborn into, out of, and on without help.

    So any help would be great! thanks!
     
  2. mrs_park

    mrs_park Mummy to THREE BOYS!

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    Hey hun, the only one ice tried is the moby wrap and I love it!
     
  3. Farie

    Farie Well-Known Member

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    Ergo!! They are fantastic
     
  4. Odd Socks

    Odd Socks Mummy to 2 girls.

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    i had a moby wrap which i used from when bella was a few days old up until about 7 months & since then have used a maya tie. both have been wonderful :)
    i've not used any others, so can't comment on them!
    xx
     
  5. EmberLeigh

    EmberLeigh Ember's Mommy

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    I love my evenflo sling.
     
  6. cissyhope

    cissyhope Pregnant with no 2

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    jenfen Well-Known Member

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    sleepy wraps are great! Jx
     
  8. Rmar

    Rmar Well-Known Member

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    I tried the ergo for a few days but I couldn't manage to see around DD with the insert in it to get things done like the washing so I bought a sleepy wrap. Took a few tries but now I have mastered the tieing and getting her in it that it is just so easy. Today I finally found a great way to feed her while cleaning. Hands free feeding is just so easy once you get it but it did take a few goes and a bit of a struggle. Plus, after she feeds she just latches off and the fact that she is upright and I am walking, she is able to burp herself and falls asleep much easier.

    I'd say any kind of stretchy wrap for a newborn and then moving on to a woven wrap or an ergo for older and heavier babies.
     
  9. purplepower

    purplepower 1st time Mummy

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