They also do nursing covers as well (on a different website). I ordered a "free" one from them for a friend. I found it helpful as a new nursing mom, especially in the early days, when both hands were important for supporting my nursing baby, I needed to see what was going on, and I was very nervous about showing anything! Phsaw. I've come a long way!
I'm looking forward to my black sling coming!
a question for the sling wearers: i have a pouch sling from last time and am borrowing a ring sling from a friend to try that. what kind of baby bag do you end up using with a sling? i use a shoulder-style tote, but i always found it awkward to balnace the body mechanics of babywearing in a sling plus having a large tote on one shoulder. any tips?
I often use the sling on my "quick trips". BTW, I really loved the fitted seven slings version on our latest airplane trip. It was just a simple piece of fabric in my carry on, but I could hold our tired toddler hands free while going through the airport and still push our luggage in the stroller. Anyway, often when I'm using the sling, I am in the grocery store, so I just put the bag in the cart. If I am on a quick errand or something, most baby things can stay in the car while I run into the PO quick or something. If I REALLY think I need something, I will stick it in a larger purse (which I have learned to keep REALLY light weight. If we are going on a long walk or an all day type excursion or something, carrying my chunky baby in a sling wasn't super comfortable for longer than 30 minutes or so. I much preferred my mei tai. Then we might use a backpack or a stroller for all the family gear. Strollers are great for stuff and some older toddlers, but not really for babies, IMO.