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    Confused Slings?

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    Okay so I got to thinking about how once the baby is born I'm gonna handle all three kids at the same time on outings and such....and I've been reading threads about slings, but there are so so many to choose from and I feel so lost on which one is the 'best' or would work best for me.
    Can anyone give me some tips or advice on them? I have a 3 year old and EJ will be 14months when the baby comes so a sling that's easy to wrap is good
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    www.thebabywearer.com has some great articles and lots and lots of great advice
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    For me I choose ease of use. I had a school age kids I walked to school, 2 dogs, and a baby that nursed on demand. I choose the sling for ease and that I could practically do everything including shaving my legs with him inside one.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Chevy_Gurl View Post
    I choose the sling for ease and that I could practically do everything including shaving my legs with him inside one.
    This is exactly the sort of sling I'm looking for. The one I used for Liam wasn't versatile enough. Do you mind sharing what style you had? TIA!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta View Post
    This is exactly the sort of sling I'm looking for. The one I used for Liam wasn't versatile enough. Do you mind sharing what style you had? TIA!
    I had the RS - ring sling. I loved it and can't be talked out of it. I love the tail for BF'ing, wiping noses, catching spit up, keeping me warm

    I still use it for the side carry and the chest to chest sleeping position with Sylas and he's 20 months. getting so big I swear <--tangent sorry



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    yup ring slings are good i also love babyhawks (mei tei style)

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