The Original Moby Wrap Baby Carrier

The amount of cloth can be disconcerting but once you've mastered the "art" of wrapping, this contraption can be a snug and comforting space for your baby, giving them the security of being as close to you as possible while freeing your arms to do other things.

This product can be used with babies ranging from preemies to 35 pounds. I bought this product in blue and (you have to pay attention on how to properly wrap this material to get the best result) used it to take my baby for an afternoon walk in the Spring. Cotton baby carriers like the Moby Wrap is ideal for when the weather is colder and can be a drag to use during the summer months.

The carrier can also be cumbersome if you are looking to get it on and off you in a jiffy. But overall, for quick walks around the neighborhood or while you're doing household chores, this is great. I even had my baby fall asleep in it while we were walking.

Baby Bjorn Baby Carrier

This airy baby carrier is perfect for the summer months ahead. It is made of light mesh, designed to keep you and the baby cool during the summer and moderately warm weather. Though not recommended for extended use [The Baby Bjorn Active Carrier is suited for that], this thing will definitely help you keep a baby satisfied, lulled to sleep and content.

Carry your baby with ease, safety and comfort with this product while also looking hip and trendy.

A Still Moment

I've been asking Robert to download me some baby music but I guess he's mroe concerned about his club gigs.

Thankfully, some friends have been sending me baby music. Recently, I discovered a piece by John Hinson - "A Still Moment" and though I think this can qualify for easy listening not just for babies, it is very soothing and would be perfect for when it's nappy time.

John Hinson is a trained classical pianist, father of three and husband for twelve years. He has published 3 CDs so far and al lthe pieces I've listened to -- "Circles", "Hand in Hand", "Coming Home", "Unspoken Joy", "Good Morning", "Two Roads", "Believe" and "A Still Moment" -- have all been wonderful and I think would be a favorite nursery music. I can imagine myself listening to them while breastfeeding ... my special alone time with baby Tyler.

John is also set to promote his newest album in Massachusetts and Rhode Island's classical radio. Most specially, he's coming to Cape Cod to promote his latest all original solo piano pieces. Must be the air and the seafood ...

Anyway, if you are looking for calming music to play during that special time with your baby, or just to relax and unwind after a long day, then I suggest buying one of John Hinson's CDs. Not just because this is a "Sponsored Post" but because I actually listened to them [you can too, at his web site] and I am sold. It has that smooth, non-intrusive melody that lets you be in a mellow mood without trying to vie for your attention.

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