Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier Review

Skin to skin contact with my newborn is very important to me. There are so many benefits of skin to skin contact with my newborn. I try to be skin to skin as much as possible during the first six weeks of my babies lives. Learn more about skin to skin and the benefits here. Baby Sister is almost five weeks old and we are still skin to skin for around 20 hours a day. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier helps me maintain my skin to skin contact with Baby Sister while caring for Bunny. I must admit, when I received my Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier around 37 weeks pregnant I was so excited to try it! I couldn’t wait for Baby Sister to get here!

Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier was created by a postpartum doula who wanted to make extended skin to skin practical and comfortable. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is a baby carrier designed for skin to skin, hands free baby wearing. Nesting Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is great for newborns and babies in the NICU. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is made out of a nylon/lycra blend which is PH neutral and has no irritating chemicals or dyes. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier seams are reinforced and sewn with nylon thread for maximum durability. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is suitable for babies 5-18 pounds.

Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is worn like a shirt. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is VERY comfortable. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier was inspired by todays yoga wear, activewear and shape wear. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier provides support for my changing postpartum body. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier feels great on my stomach. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier gives my stomach and back a lot of support. Baby Sister is now 11 pounds 6 ounces and I can carry her for hours in the Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier and not have a tired achey back.

Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier is very easy to put on. You simply step into the center of Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier and use the handles to pull it up to your bra line. Then raise the left shoulder and put it on like a shirt. Once you have the left shoulder on you lower baby into Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier. Once baby is in you raise the right shoulder and put it on like a shirt. Then reach around and knot the two tails at your side. If you would like extra support you can pull the skirt up over baby’s back. I prefer to wear the skirt down. I like the nice, smoothing feeling the skirt gives my body. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier can be worn alone or on top of clothing.

Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier makes it very easy for me to be skin to skin with Baby Sister. I have done dishes, laundry, cleaned the counter, and many other things while wearing Baby Sister in the Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier. I love that I can give Baby Sister the massive benefits of skin to skin while still being able to play and interact with Bunny. I think every new mom, especially a mom of multiple children, should have a Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier.

You can buy your Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier online for $99. If you pre order your Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier you will automatically receive a $10 discount making your Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier $89! The wait time for pre orders is about a month.  Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier currently comes in five colors which are basic black, polka dot, cool grey polka dot, teal blue and dove grey. Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier would make for a great baby shower gift!

Use code BABYSWORLD to receive $5 off ANY Nesting Days Skin to Skin Newborn Carrier, even pre orders!

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