Trying To Conceive
New summer collection from BabaSling
Be hands-free whilst out and about this summer with the new collection of slings from BabaSling. Three new summer floral prints in chic black and white are a limited edition (so choose a favourite before they're gone); and an ultra-lite range, in four bold colourways, is perfect for hot holiday climates to keep baby and you cool on your travels.
Reviews of the BabaSling rave about the five different carrying positions from on the hip, to across the body - as well as providing a discreet cover for breastfeeding whilst out and about. Each sling comes with a "how-to" instruction book demonstrating how to put the sling on for each of the five positions and suggestions for each age group (suitable from newborn-2yrs). It's essential reading to get the most out of the sling and for ensuring that babies are well-supported and have access to enough air.
The three floral fabric designs are a new addition to the BabaSling signature colourways and are perfect for fashionista mums on the go, although it might take a bit of persuasion for machismo dads. Produced in a limited quantity they are available from the end of April at £44.99.
Perfect for hot summer days, or when travelling to hotter climates, the new BabaSling Lite - is a range made from an airy cotton to keep you cool and comfortable without concerns for quality or durability. In four bold colourways, turquoise, coral, fushia and charcoal grey the BabaSling Lite is ideal for negotiating airports, jumping on public transport (meaning you can leave the buggy behind) and leaving you hands free. Available from May it retails at £39.99.
Visit www.thebabasling.com for more information.
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Comments in chronological order (Total 9 comments)
18 Aug 2012 11:22pm
Is it to late to sign up to test this I look for something to get me and my Son in to the westend I used to put him in a baby sling on my front now he 1 he's to big and has to go on my back and I'm not happy about doing that at 5pm in Oxford st I would take a buggy but mine is a tank really didn't think about bus and trains when buying it
11 May 2012 9:17pm
i would love to test the sling out as in july i will have a new born and a toddler who still needs to be in a buggy all the time, so this will make life so much easier so i can carry on using a single.
11 May 2012 2:13pm
I love the idea of this product and would love to test it. I have a 2 year old daughter, and another baby due in 2 weeks time, and have been worried how I'll cope with controlling an extremely lively 2 year old, and a pushchair while out and about! Love the idea that a sling would leave my hands free to deal with my daughter. And being extremely eager to breastfeed my new baby for longer than I managed to with my daughter, I think the privacy this would give for breastfeeding in public would really help.
11 May 2012 1:46pm
I would love to test the baba sling. Now my 2yr old is walking more, having to push the 1yr old around is a pain. So having this sling would be perfect, we could get to the beach and the park a lot more :)
11 May 2012 1:41pm
hiya, i would love to try the sling for you, i'm due a little girl (2nd child) in july, i never used one with my nearly 5 years ago but have been researching them to try one this time round, i love the fact that baby is so close to you and feel it will help with getting back to pre baby weight :) thanks
11 May 2012 1:34pm
I'm due in 10 days and would love the chance to try the sling once he's here.I never used one with my first and I regret it.
11 May 2012 12:37pm
I think Alfie and I would get on fantastically with the babasling. He is now 3 months old and loves being carried facing out so he can see the world - the joey position would be perfect for him! We are off on holiday next month and plan to do lots of walking. The sling will come in very handy for when we don't want to take the cumbersome pram with us!
11 May 2012 12:32pm
Hi there, Owen and I would love to try the baba sling for you. He is now 4 months old I have got tendinitis in my left wrist from holding him as this is often how he is happiest! This may be the answer! It may give him the closeness he wants whilst taking some of the pressure off of mums poor wrist!! Many thanks, Nicky :)
11 May 2012 11:52am
Hello, my baby girl and I would love to test the Baba sling for you! My baby is 9 months old and we have been using a sling since she was born. I am really interested in trying a sling that goes across one shoulder as my baby loves being held against my hip, so I think she will love the 'side saddle' position. And as she is really nosey, she will love the 'Little Joey' position, to be able to look around at what is going on around her. I really hope we get a change to try this sling as it look fab!