Sidecar Slings

★★★★★
47.7335 -122.356
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14419 Greenwood Ave N STE A

Seattle, WA

98133

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I just had a baby and while I was pregnant got a lot of baby gear. Baby Bjorn, stroller and car seat, bouncer, swing, pack 'n' play...but my absolute favorite item is the Sidecar Sling. Hands-free baby wearing at it's best! This is a local, brand new company and it's all-around fantastic! The owners of Sidecar Slings are fantastic as well, and want your satisfaction with their product most of all. A sidecar sling can be used with babies up to 30 pounds in three different ways on the sling. All their slings are reversible, have a pocket to hide valuables, and have an excellent selection of fabrics and styles. While the slings run a bit expensive ($55-$72 depending on fabric and size) they're definitely worth the cost. Compare that cost with a Baby Bjorn which runs around $70-$80 and doesn't have as much variety and style, and it's an easy choice. Slings are actually better for the baby because they don't put pressure on the child's legs like a Bjorn does, but rather wraps them up in the fetal position next to mama's body just like before they were born. I love wearing the sling because it makes me feel like I'm still pregnant. And my baby loves it too because she gets to be "held" by mommy and my arms don't get tired and I can get stuff done.
For a quality product that's just ingenius and practical, get a Sidecar Sling!

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I just had a baby and while I was pregnant got a lot of baby gear. Baby Bjorn, stroller and car seat, bouncer, swing, pack 'n' play...but my absolute favorite item is the Sidecar Sling. Hands-free baby wearing at it's best! This is a local, brand new company and it's all-around fantastic! The owners of Sidecar Slings are fantastic as well, and want your satisfaction with their product most of all. A sidecar sling can be used with babies up to 30 pounds in three different ways on the sling. All their slings are reversible, have a pocket to hide valuables, and have an excellent selection of fabrics and styles. While the slings run a bit expensive ($55-$72 depending on fabric and size) they're definitely worth the cost. Compare that cost with a Baby Bjorn which runs around $70-$80 and doesn't have as much variety and style, and it's an easy choice. Slings are actually better for the baby because they don't put pressure on the child's legs like a Bjorn does, but rather wraps them up in the fetal position next to mama's body just like before they were born. I love wearing the sling because it makes me feel like I'm still pregnant. And my baby loves it too because she gets to be "held" by mommy and my arms don't get tired and I can get stuff done.
For a quality product that's just ingenius and practical, get a Sidecar Sling!

PROS:
CONS: ARRAY(0x8990f80)

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