CLOSED – WINNER Tina Edwards


Funky, Functional & Affordable Baby Carriers to ensure that ALL mothers can afford to carry their babies.

Babies love being close to their mummies or daddies and wearing your baby will provide them with the warmth, reassurance and comfort they want as they can hear your heart beating close to them. Most babies will be so comfy in the baby carrier that they will fall asleep and allow you to get on with your daily routine.

As well as these emotional benefits of wearing your baby, there are also huge physical benefits; the carrier is comfortable for both baby and parent. You wear your baby at a height that supports your back .There are no pressure points on baby’s spine and it opens up your baby’s hips which is seen as an optimal position for baby’s hip development and alignment (This is the same position that is used to treat hip dysplasia in young children).
Sa-Be carriers are a long tube of jersey cotton. There is more support in this design and therefore it is much more unlikely to go baggy and need to be re-tied. They are also not as wide as other wraps which means that you don’t feel as if you are swaddled in fabric.
It is perfect for those small trips to the shops as it is much easier than trying to push a pram/pushchair through small, tight shopping aisles.

If your baby falls asleep, either shoulder strap can be pulled free a little to make space to tuck babies head in.
• Carried babies are less prone to Flat Head Syndrome (caused when babies spend long periods of time on their backs). Carrying a baby takes the pressure off their head. Soft carriers in particular are great for babies head shaping
• The baby is carried up high, away from exhaust fumes etc.
• You will naturally interact with your baby much more when you are carrying them than if they were sitting in a pushchair.
• Carried babies cry less, they feel happy, secure and loved.
• It is a great bonding opportunity for both baby and wearer.
• Carried babies are less likely to suffer from wind, and the upright position & constant movement can help to ease acid reflux and colic.
• They are able to see more. This is much better for learning as they are up high and see what you see.
• Carried babies are happier all round, as carrying your baby in a baby carrier reduces her level of stress hormones
• Carried babies are less likely to be over stimulated by the world around them and more likely to be in their quiet alert state which is optimum for learning.
• Carried babies are often calmer, as when you are close to your baby and can quickly respond to all of his needs, there is no reason to cry.

Sa-Be Baby Wear have given us one of their funky baby carriers to give away to one lucky follower.

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Terms & Conditions

1. Closing date is 20th March 2013.
2. This offer is only open to UK residents.
3. Only one entry per person.
4. The winner will be chosen at random.
5. No cash alternative is available.
6. We reserve the right to amend these competition rules at any time without prior notice.
7. In the event of a dispute with regard to a competition or its outcome, the decision of What Mummy Thinks is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
8. Entrants must be over 18 years old.
9. All competition entries must be received by the closing date specified on the competition entry page. Any entries received after this date will be automatically disqualified.
10. All taxes, insurances, transfers, spending money and other expenses (including meals or personal expenses upgrades etc.) as the case may be, unless specifically stated, are the sole responsibility of the prize winner.

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  1. marie watling says:

    fantastic ty x

  2. Kim Robinson says:



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