Sasha Pouch/Sling are out most simple and most fashionable baby carrier that carry them in our hip. These baby slings is reversible with printed one side and solid color on another side, plus comes with secure pocket. You can fold up so small and lightweight that you may be able to carry an extra in your diaper bag. Finally, a way to carry baby that does not get in the way of your mama style!
Each is carefully sized to fit you. Most people wear one size when carrying a newborn or a toddler. There are made of 100% soft cotton.
Sasha's Pouches come in many beautiful fabrics and affordable prices. Sasha pouches are made with a softer fabric and come in luscious prints that are sure to please! No adjustment mechanism means that you have no buttons, buckles, zippers, straps or rings to bother with - Just slip on and go!
It comes together with a nice chiffon bag with ribbon ties to keep your sling. You can carry it without putting in your diaper bag if you wished.
Benefits of Babywearing
On his website, Dr. Sears - the famous pediatrician, goes over the 5 major benefits of babywearing. They are:
1. Sling babies cry less.
2. Sling babies learn more.
3. Sling babies are more organized.
4. Sling babies get "humanized" earlier.
5. Sling babies are smarter.
Some additional benefits to using a sling include: it's a convenient way to carry your child, you can take care of your other children easier, they're easy to breastfeed in and you're more in tune with the needs of your child!
Another great benefit of wearing your child in a sling is that they can actually grow to be more independent children. Because you are more in tune with their needs and are more apt to take care of their needs quickly when they are held close to you, children who are worn in slings are more secure with their environment and thus more independent.
It's so important to carry your baby safely. While getting used to carrying your child in a sling support them with your hands. As you go through the learning phase of moving and reacting, the urge to support your baby with your hands is instinctive. Try out your sling for the first time sitting down in a comfortable position. When trying out new positions, do the same. Here are some helpful tips to keep you and your child safe while using a sling: Wear your child cautiously while in the kitchen. Do not wear your child while cooking or working with sharp or hot objects. Do not drink hot beverages when wearing your child, althought wearing your child is safe while eating. When wearing your baby and stooping over, bend at the knees, not at the waist, and hold your child in the sling with one hand. Toddlers, if worn are at your reaching level, can grab dangerous or breakable objects off shelves. Keep an arms distance away from potential hazards. When going through doorways or around corners, be careful that your child's body does not stick out past your arm and strike the wall or doorjam. Do not ride a bike or other moving vehicle while wearing your child. Baby carriers are never substitutes for an approved carseat. Make sure you use your Sasha pouch/sling with great care. Afterall - it's your baby in there! Make sure that your child is positioned safely inside and remember that they are not strapped in. Check the seams of your sling to ensure that they are not coming apart. Responsibility for the safety of the child is held by the person using the sling and not Baby Sasha N Mom.