Jenna Hyatt: Great video. Thanks for the safety tips- especially about the rings for
the sling and fabric choices!
Jessica Pruett: Oh that sling is really pretty! Did you make that one or buy it?
Nermari Broderick: Great explanation of how to use the sling and safety tips!
sarahky88: It was so cute how your baby girl kept sneezing while you were talking! I
have a 4 month old baby girl and I'm looking to acquire a sling, so
hopefully it will work out for us. Your video makes it look so easy. Thanks!
Devestator666: Thanks a lot :)
Hardulf: Really great video, by far the most accesible and helpful that I've seen!
hscannon1: Very good information. Thank you!
Caroline Miranda: Oh You make it look so easy .... I can't make it work :(((
Shelley Scotka: If moms have trouble using slings/wraps, seek out mother's groups,La Leche
League or Attachment Parenting meetings, or find a doula in your area. They
are happy to help you figure it out!
gheydriana: you have such a beautiful speaking voice
Heather MFriend: You do a wonderful job of explaining this. Thank you.
5nallycomplete: Thank you so much..very informative. I appreciate it.
Caroline Miranda: Everytime I put my baby on the sling he starts crying, as if he doesnt
enjoy it or I am doing it wrong ...
juju nyb: The baby's legs should not be dangling...it puts too much pressure on the
spine. In traditional cultures, they will always put the baby in a position
where the legs are above the hips.
aikoart: There are some stores that carry different slings. My best advice would be
to make your own or buy used to save money. This way you could try them all
with minimal expense. As far as nursing, I would suggest the moby. My baby
does NOT like her head covered at all so we only succeeded when she would
let me. My best bet has been to have both wraps based on need. For example,
while I'm shopping, I prefer the ring sling. When doing things where I am
more active, I prefer the moby.
maria1c: Great video. Thank you from Maria & Benjamin (15 weeks) in Galway, Ireland
Órla McEvoy: Thank you for this great video. It is very clear and very infornative .
Orla and saoirse (7 weeks)
LITTLEMARTS: thank you, very informative
S Mansky: Thank you so much for demonstrating with an actual baby instead of a doll
like other sites, it makes it easier for someone who has never worn their
baby before to see how its done!
rena2021: Very good information, thank u for teaching
aikoart: How old is he?
jessicanwaugh: Great video! I have just made the switch to a ring sling from a pouch sling
and you have helped me learn to use my new ring sling. I feel that there is
a definite learning curve in switching to this type of sling, but I know
with time I will be more comfortable with it. I LOVE babywearing!!!
DariaKJ: Good little model you've got there. Very efficient!
caseysmomma08: Hey! Thanks so much for the information. I really needed it! I just bought
a sling for my 4 month old baby, and hope it helps (she is a definate
cuddler and wants to be held most of the day). Anyway, thanks for the
effort you obviously put in and Merry Christmas.
dragontower22: @nancap289 try tying it tighter so tight you think the baby will be
uncomfortable. He won't the fabric stretches. My baby is 8mo and 25lbs I
find when I tie it too loose then he feels like he is not supported.
Dahnah2008: the same here.... she starts crying, only if she's asleep i can carry her
in the sling. she's 1 month old now, I use the cradle position. any help.
Jun Xue: SHE IS VERY BEAUTIFUL
drmaquenie: thank you soo much for posting this! I have been wanting to wear my baby
and my sister sent me a ring sling she wasn't using...I've been to nervous
to try...but thanks to this video I'm doing it tomorrow!! Again thank you!!
aikoart: What can I do to help?
ksera05: Very useful - thank you!!!
Bj Beresford: Thanks so much for making this video...so helpful!!
CautiousSaint: Great video. Thanks!
MOTS411: I like that you took lots of time to explain each step, but the baby's
positioning isn't correct. The seated position she should look like she
would if she were in a bumbo. Her knees should be up higher than her butt,
so if you pull on the bottom rail you can make a seat/pocket, then pull the
top rail and middle snug until she can't wiggle/sway.
SurvivingLove: great video and what an awesome nursery:) Thanks so much for sharing your