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  • How to Put Down a Sleeping Baby
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    Available at:


    With branches at:

    Shaw Blvd
    548 Facilities Ctr. Shaw Blvd., Mandaluyong City, Philippines

    Glorietta 3
    Makati, Philippines

    Festival Supermall
    Alabang, Philippines

    Robinson’s Galleria
    3/F Jumpstreet West Wing of Robinson’s Galleria
    Ortigas, Philippines

    Eastwood City Cyberpark
    Unit A 307 Level 3 Eastwood City Cyberpark
    E. Rodriguez Jr. Ave., Bagumbayan, Quezon City, Philippines




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    Bosom Buddy Baby Sling

    FEATURES
           
      100% Cotton (Breathable, non-flammable, sturdy)   A Pocket (for a toy, face towel, diaper, etc.)
      Wide (to fit child from infancy until pre-school years)   A Bag (for the sling)
      Metal Ring Buckles (for secure lock)   Comes with a Manual (with label guide and instructional dvd)
      Shoulder Pad (for comfort)    
           

    CHOICE OF FABRICS AND COLORS

    Click the swatches to see your desired
    BOSOM BUDDY SLINGS

    US Oxford Blue
    BSO-B
    US Oxford Pink
    BSO-P
    US Oxford Lilac
    BSO-L
    US Oxford Cream
    BSO-C
    US Oxford Peach
    BSO-Pch
    US Oxford Green
    BSO-G
    Chambrey Black
    BSC-Blk
    Chambrey Red
    BSC-R
    Chambrey Blue
    BSC-B
    Sarong Blue w/ Red
    BSS-B/R
    Malong
    Blue
    BSM-B

    Malong
    Violet
    BSM-V



    HOW TO ASSEMBLE A RING SLING:
    1. Hold the rings with one hand and the tail with the other hand. 2. Fold the corners of the tail to the center, and then fold it in half, outward.
    3. Bring the tail through both rings about halfway its length.   4. Split the rings apart and bring the tail back through 1 ring.

     

    5. Keep the rings open to loosen-up the fabric. Spread fabric around the ring, with the left edge at the left side and the right edge at the right side. Slightly pull so that fabric over the ring is not too bulgy, but still leaving slightly loose fabric to pull later for the necessary tighter adjustment. 6. One ring should be on top of the other. The rings and tail should be in front of you when you are going to wear the sling.
    7. Wear the sling over your head and shoulder (like a sash). The rings to rest underneath your shoulder blades. Stretch the inner edge of the pouch to be tight on your chest, making the outer edge loose to create a pouch for your child.
    SLING CARRY POSITIONS

    Cradle Carry Position

    Child’s Age: Newborn and for as long as breastfeeding

    Benefit: Breastfeeding, lulling to sleep, carrying infants

    Child’s Position, 2 ways:
    - Baby’s head opposite the ring buckles
    - Baby’s head at same side of the rings
    (baby is more upright)

    Sling should fully carry the child inside like a hammock

     

    Kangaroo Carry Position

    Child’s Age: 3 - 8 months (with good head control and until child's legs can still fit in the pouch)

    Benefit: Baby gets stimulated to see people’s faces

    Child’s Position: Baby faces people and his legs are crossed in an Indian sit inside the pouch of the sling

    Sling Carry: - The inner edge of the pouch should be stretched and cover the back of baby's shoulders or underarms
    - The outer edge of the pouch must reach up to baby’s underarms
    - Tighten by pulling the edges of the tail

     

    Snuggle Hold Position

    Child’s Age: New born up to 4 years old

    Benefit: Allows skin-to-skin bonding

    Child’s Position: Child faces person carrying him

    Sling Carry:
    - New Born – Feet and legs are inside the pouch of the sling and outer edge should reach up to baby’s underarms or shoulders
    - Older Child – Inner edge of the pouch must fully cover child’s bottom and thighs; outer edge of the pouch must reach up to child’s underarms
    - Tighten by pulling the edges of the tail

     

    Hip-straddle Position

    Child’s Age: 6 months to 5 years old

    Benefit: Can easily nurse a child in this position

    Child’s Position: Child sits on your waist with legs outside the sling

    Sling Carry:
    - The inner edge of the pouch must cover child’s bottom and thighs
    - The outer edge of the pouch must reach up to child’s underarms
    - Tighten by pulling the edges of the tail

     

    Piggyback Position

    Child’s Age: 1 1/2 - 5 years old (child will hold on to your shoulders or neck)

    Benefit: Child learns that life is active

    Child’s Position: Carry child at your back like playing horsey ride/ piggyback ride

    Sling Carry:
    - The inner edge of the pouch should cover child’s bottom and thighs
    - The outer edge of the pouch should reach up to child’s underarms
    - Tighten by pulling the edges of the tail


    HOW TO PUT DOWN A SLEEPING BABY:
    Hold your baby gently apart from you. Bend down and lay him on his bed..
    Loosen the tail cloth from the ring. You can only straighten up again when the cloth is free from the ring.
    The baby is now on the bed. The open sling can be used as a bed sheet and blanket as well.
    *Published in Baby Magazine’s September 2007 issue
    TESTIMONIAL


    Daddy Anson, Mommy Kay Paula, Children: Julian Matthew (11), Francis Nathan (8), Joshua Caleb (6 months, full breastfeeding; no bottles, water, vitamins, medications, or vaccinations)

    “Breastfeeding is not easy, but it's a wonderful experience for the entire family. Lahat natututo, pati mga kids. Teamwork talaga. It's a commitment and a blessing. And the best part is it is so convenient. I'm more mobile now as compared to my previous post-pregnancies.

    Basta lang dala ko ang sling and some clean diapers, go na kami. 
    How cool is that!


     
     


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