A Classy Organic Baby Sling

A Classy Organic Baby Sling

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Holding baby close to you, having them safe and comfortable all while you have two hands – what mom doesn’t love this? I never used a sling but looking back I wish I would have tried harder and given the sling more of a chance. I tried a sling once, that a friend gave me and I had no idea what to do with it. There were no instructions and being a new mom I did not feel comfortable seeking help and seeming like I didn’t know what to do. I used the front pack and was happy with this selection for my children but seeing children in slings makes me realize how comfy the slings can be for both mommy and baby.

Today’s shout out goes to Serena and Lily for their beautiful organic Peacock Market Sling – gorgeous! I have never seen this sling in person and obviously I haven’t used it but I love how beautiful and classic it looks and yes it is organic! So if you are looking for a unique baby shower gift or if you’re a mommy looking for a classy lookin’ sling I say try the Serena and Lily Mom Peacock Market Sling!

Hi, I’m Sommer (@greenmom) and I’ve been calling this my blogging home for 9 years. I’m a juggler of life, a protective mama bear and I enjoy travel, wine, sunshine and good books. I’m passionate about inspiring others to live a little healthier and greener each day. I’m many things but above all I’m a believer in karma and the good in people. I’m a children’s book author, public speaker and consultant. My full-time gig is working as a Marketing Manager for Freshbaby.com and helping to encourage everyone to eat healthier. Check out my about me page for more details.
  • Kate

    That is adorable! I love it and that it is organic. Hopefully they will be around when I start to have babies.

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  • Joslyn

    These are GORGEOUS slings, it’s just a shame they’re a bit on the $$ side. Definitely an investment piece if you’re planning on having many children!

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  • Cris

    This is EXACTLY how you don't want to wear your baby in a sling – low down by the belly, essentially lying on their back and forced to curve into a “C” shape with the head pushe fowrard onto the chest by the sling, view of the face largely obstructed by the sling!!!!

  • The design of that baby sling looks really great. I hope that there is a customized feature like mothers can create their own baby sling design.