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May 18th, 2006, 17:49 PM   #16
Dionne you should try a pouch - they are so much comfier than the normal carriers. I only wore my Tomy one once, I hated the straps. I got my pouch from www.brightsparkslings.com . Or there is a lady on Ebay who sells 'freedom slings'. I have one of her ring slings, but I prefer my pouch waaaaay more. I still put Ella in it now (I sit her cross legged inside, facing out, it's really safe) and she weighs 16lb 10oz!
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Jun 12th, 2014, 07:31 AM   #17
benefit of newborn slings for parents is the truth that today's baby slings are easy within the back. Carrying baby constantly on your hip or shoulder is incredibly trying on the muscles of the back. When used properly, a newborn sling distributes this baby's weight much more evenly, and even takes a few of the weight in the fabric of the sling.
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