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Sleepy Wrap Review





Thanks to Sleepy Wrap, I am a convert . . .

A wrap convert, that is . . .



When my third son, who is now 1 year old, was just a baby, I was able to try a different wrap. I will be honest, it was intimidating. I could not get my baby situated correctly and the fabric did not give. With that experience, I figured I was not a "wrap mama".

Until now.

I recently have had the pleasure to try the brand new, Organic Sleepy Wrap. Like other wraps, it is one long piece of fabric. But there are many features that make it so unique. The first thing I noticed was the tapered ends. These made it much easier to tie. Also, the fabric is so soft and light. I have worn it on some of the hotter days thus far this summer and I have been comfortable in it the whole time.

The fabric also is stretchy. It is made of 95% cotton, 5% Spandex. This feature is so amazing because it kept my son secure in the wrap without sagging. And, once I took it off, it kept its original shape.

And, even with an older baby, my back and shoulders did not get sore while wearing it.

The Wrap comes with wrapping instructions. You can also go to the Sleepy Wrap website to learn other ways to wrap and even how to nurse in the wrap. The wrap also comes with a matching pouch, to make carrying the wrap with you very easy. Plus, everything is machine washable!!

The Organic Sleepy Wrap comes in two neutral colors. The colors are so rich and beautiful. But, if you like a little more color, the original Sleepy Wrap comes in 12 great colors.

This would make a great gift for a newly expecting mom, or for any mom who is looking for a comfortable, versatile carrier. Go to the Sleepy Wrap site to purchase.


Do not forget . . . you can win it!! Go to my post here to enter!!

Comments

  1. I so desperately want to win this!!!

    I miss having my baby in his bjorn and snuggling up to me!!! :0(

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  2. I purchased one last week and was amazed at how fast the shipping was. I love my wrap and am now a convert as well! lol I wish I had used one for my last 3 kids instead of with just my last little guy. I want to get some in more colors to outfit coordinate! lol

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