Discover How A Peek a Boo Panda Sling Saved A Mother's Sanity!
Yes It's True... And You Too Can Look And Feel Carefree And In Control When Out With Your Baby, Just Like The Celebrities!
PLUS You'll Also Receive A FREE BONUS!
BONUS... A FREE E-Book "Become A Baby Sleep Expert In 30 Minutes"
If you're a parent you'll know the diffuculties faced when trying to do even the basic errands with your baby or toddler. And if you're about to become a parent... you'll soon find out!
A quick trip to the post office or grocery store may seem simple enough but if you decide to use the pram it can become quite a mission. Here's an example of the steps needed to take if you're lucky enough to have a car:
- Remove pram from car and perform acrobatic skills to unfold.
- Remove baby from car, place in pram and fasten in.
- Manouvre pram to battle through crowds and various obstacles, avoid any aisles or gaps pram will not fit through.
- Only get what you came for, pram has a limited capacity for carrying items.
- Manouvre through all those obstacles again, back to car.
- Unfasten and remove baby from pram, place in car and fasten seatbelt.
- Fold up pram (now here's where the real fun and games occur) and place in car, folded or half-folded if need be!
- Sit in car and take a few deep breaths to let out ALL THAT FRUSTRATION!
Now just imagine the mountain of diffuculties faced if you catch a bus or train!
Ok then maybe it would be a smarter move to just carry baby. This is great until you need to write, pick up or pay for something. As you only have one hand free this can be extremely challenging as well as unsafe for baby. Not only that, after 10 minutes or so your arm begins to ache which adds to the whole unpleasant situation.
You can see how a quick 10 minute errand turns into half and hour or more and that's if everything goes well. Imagine if baby was crying... oh boy, I know how helpless you can feel then!
As a mother of two small boys, I've had first-hand experience with exactly this problem. Unfortunately for me, I didn't discover the Peek a Boo Panda Sling until my second child was born.
But When I Did, It Saved My Sanity!
A quick trip to the store is just that. I keep one Peek a Boo Panda Pouch Sling in the glove compartment of the car as it folds up to no bigger than a diaper. When I've parked the car, I lean over and whip the sling out of the glove compartment, slip it over my head as it's already folded and ready to go, then get baby out of the car and place him in. We're on our way in less than a minute.
It's That Simple!
Finally... I knew the secret to why those celebrities always looked so carefree with their babies. They were carrying them in a sling just like the Peek a Boo Panda!
The best thing about the Peek a Boo Panda Sling is you have baby right there with you. You can see and feel that he's content and comfortable. It's easy to give a snuggle and kiss when you're overwhelmed with love. And the warmth and protection you offer to baby is unbeatable.
Here's 7 Reasons Why The Peek a Boo Panda Pouch Sling Is So Convenient:
It's Already Folded, Ready To Go... No Buckles, Velcro, Clips Or Tying Means You Can Quickly Slip It On, Insert Baby And Get Going Faster.
Cleverly Designed Shoulder Sling This Means The Weight Of Your Baby Is Distributed Evenly Over Your Back And Shoulder Making It More Comfortable For You. It Is Recommended You Do Swap Shoulders Periodically To Reduce Fatigue.
Meets U.S. And Canadian Consumer Product Safety Standards Which Means You Can Be Assured Baby Is Safe And Comfortable And So Are You.
Two Different Carrying Positions Means The Sling Is Suitable For Your Baby From When They Can Support Their Head Without Assistance To Toddler So You'll Get More Use Out Of It.
Hands Free Means You Can Carry Baby But Still Get Your Tasks Done.
Folds Up Small & Weighs Only 5 Ounces This Means You Can Keep One Just About Anywhere, In Your Purse, Diaper Bag, Glove Compartment... Ready To Use When You Need It.
Various Colors To Choose From Means You Can Co-ordinate Your Sling With Many Outfits Keeping Up With Any Fashionista.
Just like you, my baby's health and happiness are important to me so it's vital that The Peek a Boo Panda sling meets the U.S. and Candadian Consumer Product Safety Standards.
Attachment parenting is found to be beneficial for babies however, some baby carriers can be harmful to a baby's developing spine and others can cause breathing difficulties. The Peek a Boo Panda pouch sling allows you to carry your baby in three different positions all appropriate for your baby's spine and breathing.
Let Me Explain...
Great for when baby is a bit older and wants to view the world. This carry is suitable for older babies who can support their head without assistance.
An extremely convenient hold for larger babies and toddlers. This assists by taking the weight off your arm and distributing it to your back and shoulder, allowing you to carry a heavier baby for a longer period of time.
Detailed Instructions Are Included For Each Carry.
Plus.. I Will Also Include A FREE BONUS!
Here It Is:
FREE BONUS: "Become A Baby Sleep Expert In 30 Minutes"
This e-Book in PDF format will be emailed to you when cleared payment has been received.
It is a guide to help you with your baby's sleeping, including:
- Important Sleep Information
- Helping Baby Enjoy A Healthy Night's Sleep
- Quick Tricks To Help Baby Drift Off
- What To Check If Baby Wakes During The Night
- The Time To Start Saying "No"
- Safety Comes First
- Extra Sleep Advice For 12 - 18 Months
This is my thank-you gift for purchasing your Snug As A Bug baby sling from me because I believe every parent deserves as much information on raising a happy baby as possible. This was an invaluable guide for me and I hope it brings you as much rest.
PLEASE NOTE - This e-book is NOT a hard copy. It will be emailed to you in PDF format when cleared payment has been received.
Just in case you need a little more convincing to click on Buy It Now, Here Are 5 More Reasons To Carry Your Baby:
- Research has shown that babies who are carried cry (on average) 43% less overall and 54% less during the evening hours.1
- There is no doubt that the extra stimulation babies receive, also benefits brain development. Imagine what a baby sees when not carried.. the ceiling above the crib or people's knees from a stroller. How boring! Being carried allows them to see the world from your view, they spend more time in a "quiet, alert state" - the ideal state for learning. Their senses are stimulated while being carried (yet there is a safe place to retreat too).
- It's good for baby's emotional development. Babies are quickly able to develop a sense of security and trust when they are carried. They are more likely to be securely attached to their care-giver/s2 and often become independent at an earlier age.3
- Your baby's physical development is enhanced. By being so close to your body's rhythms, your newborn "gets in rhythm" much more quickly. Your heartbeat, breathing, voice and warmth are all familiar. Research has shown how this helps newborns (especially premature babies) to adapt to life outside the womb.4
- It helps reduce the occurence of post-natal depression. Babies who are not held need more verbal interaction and eye contact, just to be reassured that you're there. Carrying your baby is an easy way to connect with her (and provide stimulation too) without the "burden" of having to interact.5 Your baby is "right there" to enjoy whenever you feel like snuggling, kissing or talking.
So, if you're ready to start enjoying a more loving, nurturing relationship with your baby, Click On Buy It Now To Purchase This "Brand New Peek a Boo Panda Pouch Sling", you know you deserve it!
**All you need to do is choose your size and color before you click on Buy It Now. If you forget, don't worry, you can advise your choice when making your payment.**
To determine your size, using a soft measuring tape measure from the outer edge of your shoulder to the TOP of your opposite hipbone. This is the most important sizing information for your pouch sling. If you are currently pregnant, measure across your back. The number (in inches) should be in the 20s.
Pouch Sling Sizing
|NORMAL T-SHIRT SIZE
|XXS - XS
|XS - S
|S - M
|M - L
||28 - 32"|
|L - XL
Here Is Your Choice Of Natural Solid Colors:
You can be confident that our slings are top quality. Here's why:
- They Are Made From A Polyester/Cotton Drill Blend With A Touch Of Lycra (For Added Comfort) Which Is Super Strong, Lightweight And Durable Keeping Baby Safely In The Sling, Yet Soft And Comfortable Against Baby's Sensitive Skin. They Are Machine Washable And Dryer Safe.
- They Are Made In CANADA By Quality Conscious Seamstresses This Means You Are Assured A Quality Made Product That Will Last And No "Cheap Labour" Has Been Used In The Production.
- 1 YEAR WARRANTY: Peek a Boo Panda Provides A LIMITED WARRANTY On All Slings For Repair Or Replacement For A Period Of 1 Year This Means In The Unlikely Event That Your Sling Has A Manufacturing Flaw Under Normal Use, You Can Return It Within 1 Year Of Purchase And It Will Be Repaired (Or Replaced If It Is Irrepairable).
How's That For Peace Of Mind?
So now's the time to make your change from tired and frustrated to "Super Mom". At least you'll appear that way and be the envy of all your friends carrying your baby in the Peek a Boo Panda Pouch Sling.
Click on Buy It Now and your New Peek a Boo Panda Pouch Sling will be shipped to you within 2 business days so you can begin your transformation sooner!
And you'll also receive A FREE BONUS!
Remember to choose your size and color before you click on Buy It Now.
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- Hunziker, U. A. and Barr, R, G. (1986). Increased carrying reduces infant crying: a randomized controlled trial. Pediatrics, 77, 641-8.
- Anisfeld, E., Casper, V., Nozyce, M. and Cunningham, N. (1990). Does infant carrying promote attachment? An experimental study of the effects of increased physical contact on the development of attachment. Child Development, 61, 1617-1627.
- Whiting, J. W. M. (1981). Environmental constraints on infant care practices. In R. H. Munroe, R. L. Munroe & B. B. Whiting (Eds.), Handbook of cross-cultural human development, New York: Garland STPM Press.
- Ludington-Hoe SM, Swinth JY. (1996). Developmental aspects of kangaroo care. Journal of Obstetric, Gynecologic, and Neonatal Nursing, 25, 691-703.
- Pelaez-Nogueras M, Field TM, Hossain Z, Pickens J. (1996). Depressed mothers' touching increases infants' positive affect and attention in still-face interactions. Child Development, 67, 1780-92.