Justin is teething so his level of “OMG I NEED MOMMY NOW!” has gone up a few notches and during the day working Customer Care; answering e-mails I need my hands to be able to answer when an e-mail reaches my inbox. I hate putting him down so it’s been quite a challenge to do a lot of my work with him on my lap, but I do it… Now? It’s just gotten much smoother.
The SleepBelt is NOT intended to take the place of Mommy or Daddy’s loving arms, it’s simply here to help. We don’t use it all the time but the times we have its been a huge success. Justin loved it, didn’t try to escape and wasn’t too squirmy. He fell asleep quite fast, I was able to kiss his little head and talk to him while he drifted to sleep. He has been in it many times over the last few days and is quite content. We were even able to breastfeed in it too, and it was extremely comfortable and was refreshing for me to be able to reach over and grab my cup of water while he was still nursing and I didn’t disrupt him or have him unlatch while doing it, this was a huge plus for me.
- The SleepBelt has no shoulder straps, no buckles and stretches for simple on/off and easy transfer of a sleeping tot to a bassinet, bed or crib.
- The SleepBelt can be adjusted to become tighter or looser to ensure baby stays snuggled in comfortably and naturally.
- The SleepBelt is simple, quick, easy to use and isn’t hard on wearer’s back or baby.
I am very impressed. I wish I had found this when Justin was first born! He was born at 36 weeks, 4 days – which is early. I held him a lot, and did skin to skin a lot. It would have really been helpful. I’m just lucky I found it now because even though he’s a bit bigger it’s working extremely well for us. All the nights I spent struggling to hold Justin and nurse him while reading books with the 4 other little ones while Jackson pulled at me and was hanging off me, trying to answer work e-mails or help another child with their homework beside me on the couch – won’t be as hard to manage now, and I won’t fear him falling or being nudged by an older child!
This product would also be a huge help to parents, or grandparents who have issues with arthritis or stiff hands/arms. They can safely hold babies and snuggle with them with no fear of them falling/dropping, or hurting themselves after a little while. Too tired in the middle of the night during a nursing session? Worried you may fall asleep in the rocking chair? It’s just a little added piece of mind! It’s also great for baby showers, and hospital gifts for a new mom!
The SleepBelt is also a PTPA award winner, they recently were given the seal! A huge Congratulations to them! You can take a look at it here on the PTPA website, and if you’ve given the SleepBelt a try feel free to leave a review of it there as well!…
If you have a moment, SleepBelt is up for a Mompreneur Award of Excellence! If you think they deserve to be in the top spot, which I do – please go give them a quick vote: HERE!
Now – THE GIVEAWAY! Hayley so kindly donated 1 SleepBelt ($59.99 value!) to a Six Time Mommy reader. Open to US and Canada. You will be able to pick your color and size, and they will ship it right to you! Amazing right? TOLD YA!
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