The Sleepy Wrap is a simple, long piece of stretchy fabric that you wrap around yourself in different ways and then you simply pop the baby in and out as needed. It takes a bit to learn the proper way to wrap but once you get the hang of it, it's easy to do quickly. I love wraps because they distribute the weight evenly throughout both of your shoulders and across all of your back. I have scoliosis and a messed up left shoulder. It is uncomfortable for me to wear bags or straps on my left side but the wraps are comfortable because I can just spread the fabric out as needed. Stretchy wraps are great for younger babies as it keeps them really close to you and gives the the warm, snuggly feeling of being in the womb again.
|Me Wearing Daniel in the Sleepy Wrap|
Daniel has always loved to hang out in a wrap and the Sleepy Wrap has been no different. NAP, Inc. the makers of the Sleepy Wrap, also make the awesome Boba soft structured carrier carrier which holds toddlers upto 45 lbs on your front or back and I can't wait to use one of those with Daniel as he gets older and heavier.
The classic sleepy wrap is $45 plus shipping and comes in a variety of colors. I tried the dark green classic Sleepy Wrap. It is also available in organic fabric for $59.95 plus shipping. You can purchase a Sleepy Wrap here.
|Another Pic of Daniel in the Sleepy Wrap|