Gage is getting pretty heavy these days. That shouldn’t be a surprise to any of you who have dealt with 20 month olds. At that, he’s a definite lightweight when compared to many other kids in his age group. Heck, there’s a 5 month old we know that weighs almost what Gage does.
Being able to comfortably carry your baby or toddler is important. Strollers are great but there are times you don’t want to sacrifice the space in your trunk or try to push the stroller through the crowd. So when I saw this site for baby slings, it had an appeal.
When I was pregnant with Ariel we were given both a backpack baby carrier, a baby sling and a front carrier. The front carrier was what worked best for me, but I know other moms who swear by the slings as being more comfortable. I just couldn’t get it on right.
Choosing a Baby Sling can be quite personal. You want to balance comfort and whatever amount of style you’d like to have. You often aren’t certain which one will really work for you. As you can tell from my list of baby carriers, I’ve been through a few. Read the rest of this entry »