Ergonomic Baby Sling

I am a truly believer that babies need to be in arms not because they are spoiled but because that’s where they feel safe. Any mother will know though, holding a baby for so many hours can become really hard specially when there is other things that also need to be done.

It was not until my baby was born that I found out about “sling”. Little by little I started learning how sling brings multiple benefits to the babies. One of the most important is to help developing a bond in a safe way.

Not every carrier out in the market is the best for babies, some of them could seriously harm them in a short and long term. What’s ergonomic then?
Check the following image for some tips to determine it!

Tips to determine if a carrier is ergonomic

In the following link there is a complete guide with many carrier options to check. A good carrier is probably one of the best investments one can do!

Complete guide for baby carriers


  4 comments for “Ergonomic Baby Sling

  1. October 8, 2018 at 5:32 pm

    I loved my carrier’s and slings. If it weren’t for these I would have NEVER gotten anything done. I am, for sure, a cuddling mama!

  2. October 9, 2018 at 1:43 am

    Love this. My son LIVED in his sling. No, we are not spoiling them. Their need to be held by their mamas is just that – a need.

  3. October 9, 2018 at 11:02 am

    I loved wearing my little one, and still do (when she lets me). I love the bond it gives us and that I am able to still get stuff done while being close to her.

  4. October 10, 2018 at 5:49 pm

    My girls are four and seven now. I don’t think they had these when I was pregnant (although I could be wrong). Maybe I’ll look into this if/when baby #3 comes along.

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