Free Nursing Cover & Sling!

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Scilla's picture
Joined: 03/29/11
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Free Nursing Cover & Sling!

Stole this from Dec '11. Biggrin Just pay shipping!! I'm soo showing my DH this when he gets home today!! I wish I knew what I was having so I could get pink/blue instead of going w/black. UGH!

https://www.sevenslings.com/index.php/cart with WTE as code - all you have to pay for is the shipping

http://www.uddercovers.com/ with code mother - again all you pay for is the shipping

Kate83's picture
Joined: 01/04/11
Posts: 587

I have the cover and its just bautiful, but of course I dont know how it works. I find these type of slings to be very hard on the back, so I passed on it.

thanks for sharing!

Joined: 09/30/10
Posts: 204

I wish it showed a back view of the sling. I'm thinking about going with a moby wrap.

jac81's picture
Joined: 11/22/10
Posts: 1131

They offered that several months ago and I got the sling. I think all I paid was $9 for shipping. I got the black and white since I didn't know what I was having yet and its very stylish. I like it, but of course have not tried it with a baby yet. Smile The backlooks just like the front except the front is just a little looser.

Joined: 09/30/10
Posts: 204

How does it adjust? You know how a ring sling is adjustable? Just curious before I would pay the nine bucks lol.

jac81's picture
Joined: 11/22/10
Posts: 1131

It doesn't adjust...it's just all material. You cross it over your front and lay/sit the baby in it. It fits real snug too and not stretchy so it holds the baby real secure. I saw a lady using one at my son's t-ball game and it looked like it works great. I had a baby bjorn with DS and I hated it so I'm hoping this will be a better alternative.

Joined: 09/30/10
Posts: 204

I heard from someone else too that the baby Bjorns aren't good!

jac81's picture
Joined: 11/22/10
Posts: 1131

My sister loved bjorn, but DS was born in July and I just felt like the material was too hot and bulky. It was also a pain in the a$$ to put on. With this sling, the material is very light and shouldn't be as hot.

Joined: 09/30/10
Posts: 204

I like the Moby cause it's t-shirt material, very soft and comfy looking and I believe it goes over both shoulders so should distribute the weight evenly.

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Joined: 11/16/07
Posts: 1201

I ordered these a while back for only shipping. I've always just used large receiving blankets for nursing covers, so I'm excited to use a real nursing cover, I got the brown one. I also got the black sling. I put DD in it in the toddler hip carry, just to check sizing and it was pretty nice! For me though a roughly 25 lb kids is WAY too heavy to carry for any length of time like that! But it will definitely be nice to keep in my purse for this LO!

I have a few carriers and the baby hawk is my favorite, it's a mei tai type carrier. DD is still easy to carry in it on trips to the zoo and any long outing. I borrowed a Moby from a friend and it's fantastic for when baby is small, but once they start getting heavy I didn't feel it offered enough support because of the thin material, but my babies got big fast :).

Joined: 07/15/07
Posts: 630

I LOVE my bjorn. I wasn't comfortable wearing DD in anything else, and I tried several slings and just didn't like them.

The nursing cover- I ordered one also! I got the lighter color with the blue accents on it. Biggrin I'm not sure how I'll like it or if it might just be my back up... my friend has one and she said they're a little stingy with the material (in other words, it doesn't hang down quite enough in front and it hardly covers the sides once you put baby under there). But for $9 I figure why not? Like I said, back up cover!