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Hotslings AP Baby Sling – Horizon
Regular price: $64.95
Sale price: $29.95
AP stands for adjustable pouch--the versatile design of the Hotslings baby sling that makes sizing and sharing easy. For the best fit, safety and comfort, Hot Slings added two tri-glide shoulder buckles to its pretty baby sling designs, plus strategically placed padding to cushion both baby's legs and your body.
The Hotslings AP baby sling allows:
The Hotsling AP Baby Sling - Horizon pattern is a gender-neutral pattern of baby blue and pink stripes and light gray chevrons on white. One size fits most (shoulder to opposite hip measurement should be 23"- 26").
Hot Slings baby carriers are made of 97% cotton, 3% spandex and the padded filling is 100% cotton. Machine wash on gentle. Printed instruction booklet included.
Hotslings was created by Kristen DeRocha in 2003 and the stylish prints of baby carriers quickly introduced a new generation of modern mothers to the concept of babywearing. Kristen helped to form the Baby Carrier Industry Alliance (BCIA) to develop safety standards for baby sling carriers and American babywearing.
Clinton Township, MI
I would recommend this item to a friend.
I could cry I'm so happy!
January 13, 2016
I got my sling about an hour ago. My colicky newborn has been in it and PEACEFUL ever since. I could cry I'm so happy! I tried other name-brand wraps and my baby hated them. They took so long to put them on, even with practice, and once I got her in she would scream. She wants to be walked all of the time but she is so wiggly that it's so hard to walk her and my back has been hurting so badly. I feel such relief that she can be in the sling and I can walk the house with ease.
Pros:My newborn is peacefully asleep snuggled into me as I type this. The peace is worth every penny!
Cons:I don't see this being a winner for long wilderness hikes or anything, and I would not lean forward to pick something up (baby could fall out)