It’s International Babywearing Month and we wanted to test drive some of our favorite babywearing carriers, slings, and more with real mamas! Today’s post featured well-known podcast mama, Ellie Knaus of Atomic Moms as she tries out Wildbird Ring Slings. You remember Ellie from her Atomic Moms Summer Must Haves? Her podcast, Atomic Moms, is a wealth of knowledge for all parents; you can find her on Facebook, Instagram, and her website. Have you tried a ring sling before? Check out her review of Wildbird Ring Slings below!

Wildbird Ring Slings are committed to bringing you closer to your little ones physically and emotionally while giving you the freedom and comfort to take on the day. Many of our Gugu Guru mamas are in love with the slings because not only are they functional, but so comfortable and stylish too. Founded by mama and nurse Tayler Gunn, she “created WildBird out of a need for a functional, easy to use baby carrier that still carried a sense of style that parents would love to wear. Since day one, Tayler’s vision has always been to create beautiful, high quality baby carriers, while providing a carrier that was monetarily accessible to all parents.”

Wildbird Ring Slings are made from 100% linen, which is safe for all babies and so soft. Their slings can be worn for newborns, up until 35 pounds! Plus, we love how customizable Wildbird Ring Slings are – pick a color and length – and pick a ring color – it’s totally up to you! What does Ellie Knaus think of her Wildbird Ring Sling?

I love my Wildbird Ring Sling almost as much as my baby does. It’s ridiculously simple to use, which I especially appreciate as I navigate the newborn mom fog again. She is as snug as a bug on my chest whether I’m home in my pajamas or at a preschool birthday party. I love how easy it is to fold and stash in my diaper bag in case she needs extra cuddles when we’re out and about. It’s hard enough to get out the door; it’s nice to wear a sling that is both practical and sophisticated. 

PS. See which books Ellie Knaus suggests all parents should read!

 

 

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