Friday, September 6, 2013

Tiny Roos Ring Slings Review and #Giveaway

I started babywearing Goose a few months after she was born.  I had no clue what I was doing, and ended up turning my cotton wrap into a cheap looking crotch dangler.  I had no clue why it killed my back to wear her, since she was so small and I carried her all the time anyway.  Turns out it was my poor wrapping skills at the time that was causing us both pain.

Then one day, I was talking to another mom about wanting some more cloth diaper and other natural parenting stuff, and she told me about a local store that sells everything  that was interested in, including babywearing products.  On my first trip there, I left with a cloth diaper, an amber necklace, and a Boba baby carrier. Thus beginning my obsession with babywearing.



When Tiny Roos agreed to let me do a review, I was ecstatic!  Of course I always get a little giddy when I get to do a review of a product, but this one has truly stood out, as far as ring slings (RS) go.  In fact I love it more than I do my first RS.


Tiny Roos sent me a beautiful linen RS in lime.  Now, if you don't know me personally, then you probably don't know that I am a plus size woman.  The RS that they sent me is a medium which measures 78", and it fits me just fine.  I was just not able to do a RUB carry, which is fine since I am not very good at it anyway.



I love that the sling is linen.  Why?  Well, linen is super strong, breathable, and lightweight.  Making it a wonderful product that is safe and enjoyable by both child and adult.

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It is also very simple to care for.  They can be hand washed or machine washed on cold and gentle, and hung to dry.

As far as I am concerned, Jessie, the owner, really did do a beautiful job on this sling.  She makes sure they are super safe by using the best products out there.  She was also able to add a little custom stitching for me near the rings, making this RS my own.

So, are you wondering how you can get your Tiny Roos Ring Sling? Well, here are your options.

BUY IT: Tiny Roos has an Etsy store that you can check out at http://www.etsy.com/shop/tinyroos, or you can check out their facebook page https://www.facebook.com/TinyRoosRingSlings.

WIN IT: Tiny Roos has offered to giveaway one of their ring slings to one of my wonderfully awesome readers.  Please enter on the form below for your chance to win.  Please only one person per US household may enter who is at least 18 years old (or older).


Disclaimer:
 I was provided a ring sling free of charge by Tiny Roos for this review.  However, this review is based on that of my own opinion, and I received no monetary compensation for the review.  

**Photo credits go to my sister, Sarah Terry and SALT Photography.  Thank you, Sarah, for your help and time. 

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