brilliant reasons to use a sling #16-20

michelle

#16 It’s a handy immobilisation device to stop my little boy from running away when I have to pay for stuff. On a more serious note the closeness and more practically, slings go places prams don’t, like the beach.

 

laura2

#17 to hit the beach

jenny2

#18 Because I can have my hands free for other things. Because it helped me come to terms with not breast feeding. Because I can take her with me wherever I go regardless of terrain or circumstances. Because it allows me to keep her close occasionally. Because it makes us both happy

helena

#19 Because sometimes you don’t want a pushchair – on cobbled streets, so you can nip in and out of shops, up stairs in castles, and so on. And sometimes, after a day of running around all day, they just need a cuddle and a sleep!

 

cath

#20 Because I like to keep them close and snuggly. Because they like to be close to me. Because sometimes it’s the only way they’ll sleep!

 

 


 

family centre

To find out more about using a sling: Rachel from The North East Sling Library visits the Birth & Baby Cafe on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month

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I am an antenatal teacher, doula, baby massage instructor, postnatal educator, life coach, writer, mum, wife, friend and, sometimes, just me. As an experienced and qualified practitioner, I specialise in pregnancy, birth and early parenting - my aim is to listen, inform, support and reassure when needed. I have worked with parents since 2002 and I set up Birth, Baby & Family in 2011 to provide good information, a different perspective and links to the best products and services for families. I set up the Birth, Baby & Family Centre in 2014 to provide a welcoming, friendly and supportive space for parents across Tyneside.

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