baby slings

Kim - posted on 06/23/2009 ( 7 moms have responded )

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which slings are the best? are there any pouch slings that you can nurse your baby in?

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Beth - posted on 06/29/2009

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I use the "heart to heart" sling. It's a ring sling, easily adjustable and easy to nurse in. I have recommended it to all my friend!

Jessica - posted on 06/28/2009

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i love Hotslings and the Maya wrap. Both are easy to nurse in and my daughter feels secure.

Etta - posted on 06/25/2009

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I've used both a ring sling and a moby wrap. They both have their uses and you can nurse in both. If your very active (like when I'm chasing after my toddler), the moby wrap is more secure and the baby tends to fall asleep in it. I used the ring sling with my first born starting when he was 5 months. It worked great on vacations and tours. I also liked using the tail to cover me while nursing.
No matter what sling you choose, remember, there is a learning curve. It takes practice to use them.

Connie - posted on 06/25/2009

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I've used the Moby Wrap and the Sleepy Wrap. I preferred the wrap-style because it seems a lot safer for the baby, infinitely adjustable to the size of both baby and carrier and able to be configured any number of ways, including a nursing position. Of the two I prefer the Sleepy Wrap because of the stretchy material. My son liked being in the at first but started crying whenever he was put into it after about 2.5 months, until he was able to use the forward facing positions after 4-5 months. Now he loves it again.

Sammi - posted on 06/23/2009

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I have 3 different ones but my all time favourite is the kari-me wrap sling. There is a position that you can nurse in but I never have.

Melissa - posted on 06/23/2009

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well personally my son was very active right from the start and wouldnt stand to be nuzzled in so i found the ones like a backpack are best for him

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