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I recently received one of the most remarkable “mommy helps” that exists: The Moby Wrap. Perhaps you are aware of the importance of holding your babies close and the developmental advantages to that, but you may not be aware how easy The Moby Wrap makes it!
This wrap is unique in that the fabric is just stretchy enough to allow you to position your baby properly after you have tied the wrap onto your body, but not too stretchy–baby is secure and comfortable inside the wrap.
I have so enjoyed snuggling with my newborn while freeing my hands to do other things!
I thought it might be complicated to figure out but I was wrong. The wrap is easy and quick and unlike some carriers I’ve used in the past, it doesn’t hurt my back or feel like baby is falling. Again, the special fabric prevents that.
Wraps enable mommies to shop, clean the house, take a walk or other activities with free hands AND nurtures the bond between her and her baby. You can even nurse your baby with The Moby Wrap!
But this story gets better…one of you lucky mammas is going to win a FREE Moby wrap (color: natural), compliments of Courtney at Formative Foundations!
To enter this fantastic giveaway…
- Leave a comment here telling us something about your baby (or the one you hope to have, or the one you’re hoping to win the wrap for!)
- Post this giveaway on your blog
- Tweet this giveaway
- FB this giveaway
- “Like” Formative Foundations on their site.
For each thing you do, enter a new comment telling me so your name will appear that many times at random.org from where the winner will be drawn.
The giveaway will end Monday, June 20th at noon, and the winner announced by Tuesday night. Check out Formative Foundations and see all the really cool stuff for moms!
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