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PinkNC PinkNC 9 years
That green thing around his neck makes me nervous. It looks as if they baby could fall out if he made the wrong move.
krisua krisua 9 years
Whoa the happy couple!
outofhere outofhere 9 years
Alexander looks like a tiny little pea in a pod :)
eyeris806 eyeris806 9 years
Cuteness! and thanks for the info on the slings.
arihm arihm 9 years
So cute! Little Alexander looks like a little pea in a pod in his green sling.
Judyh0311 Judyh0311 9 years
I don't like slings either but they are a cute little family.
jmast jmast 9 years
Exactly Greggie, I just think people in general have just been so used to seeing the Bjorn carrier, etc. and don't realize the sling is much better, from birth up.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
You're actually not supposed to use a front carrier that puts the baby straight up against your chest until they're able to control their head unless you provide constant support with your hand or arm.
jmast jmast 9 years
People seem to think the baby is uncomfortable because it's all bunched up...but how do you think a baby is when it's in the womb? And they get wrapped up immediately at the hospital. Babies enjoy that safe, cozy environment. It's better than sitting straight up against your chest with their heads falling all over the place.
rgrl rgrl 9 years
Cute, happy family!!! I have that same sling for my baby (who is now one) but I only used it once :( I never got comfortable with it. I just used a Baby Bjorn.
floweroflove floweroflove 9 years
good point greggie :)
Greggie Greggie 9 years
Get a one piece sling. No strapping involved. :)
floweroflove floweroflove 9 years
:LOVE: the cuteness is unbearable! gonna die now. africans use slings 2 (i'm belgian-african), it scares me 2 but it's not dangerous. unless you strap it on wrong :?.
Greggie Greggie 9 years
They're actually much more secure than just holding the baby, because they can't slip or have a muscle spasm like an arm can. January, Lucy. :)
lucyS lucyS 9 years
My sisters all used slings with their babies as have many of my friends. They're fantastic. I haven't heard of any accidents or problems with them at all. Good for you Greggie. When is your little bundle of joy due?
Greggie Greggie 9 years
I already have two slings picked out and hope to get at least one more. I don't want to be bored with just one fabric.
lucyS lucyS 9 years
My new favorite family. I love Liev carrying baby Alexander in that sling.
ThatsBloo2You ThatsBloo2You 9 years
The baby looks extremely uncomfortable and about to fall. Makes me nervous. Very nervous.
SugarCat SugarCat 9 years
Very cute and happy!
Lovely_1 Lovely_1 9 years
aww they are all so cute and all look so hapyy! Good for them, wish them all the best!
Zahara-Pitt Zahara-Pitt 9 years
cute family
nyaradzom2001 nyaradzom2001 9 years
My comment was flagged no friggin idea why!!! Anyway I had said slings scare me too fashionstar but apparently the bay is comfortable and they are safe but i'm sticking to the African way of doing it, strapping the baby to my back. I find it so much more comfortable and easier to do work that.
sashak sashak 9 years
SO Tom & Kat(i)e can travel every where with Suri but AJ & BP get mad amounts of shit for it. Nice. I can't wait to Alexander as he grows! He is going to be a very good looking kid!
drpepper drpepper 9 years
cute cute = cute baby
JustMe21 JustMe21 9 years
That sling looks really uncomfortable lol. It seems to be holding up and he's happy so it's all good.
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