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The Green Parent October/November 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Green Parent     The Green Parent August/September 2010

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pregnancy & BirthPregnancy & Birth April 2009 

Best Buys for any budget

A secure wrap sling that carries newborns and toddlers alike. Can be used for birth to 12kg.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

JuniorJunior Pregnancy & Baby January 2009

On Test Slings & Carriers

Lightweight, easily manoeuvrable and hands-free, baby slings and carriers offer a fantastic alternative to a pushchair when you want to get out and about with your baby.

The Calin Bleu is wonderfully easy to use thanks to the excellent instructions and seven positions. Read more about the Calin Bleu 4-star rating

 

 

 

 

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Hold me close January 2009

On Test Slings & Carriers

Getting around with your baby is easy with a baby carrier - micro fleece baby sling from Calin Bleu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

PPP201008_130X184.jpgPractical Parenting and Pregnancy January 2009

10 Super Slings

Wraparound slings can take a bit of practice to tie but are really comfy.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Times November 15, 2008

Are baby slings good for mothers and babies?

Putting on a sling for the first time can be an intimidating prospect, especially when they require instructional booklets and DVDs. But help is at hand; for clear instructions go to www.calinbleu.com/baby_sling_instructions.html .

 

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I'm Pregnant - October 2007

Hands Free

Baby carriers are great for getting around with your baby indoors and outdoors.

Calin Bleu cool wrap.

 

 

 

 

 

 

200710-CB-PBY-Cover250.jpgPregnancy Baby & You

October 2007

"Pregnancy We Love"

Wraparound slings can look tricky but once you get the hang of them, they can be one of the most comfortable, and versatile, ways to carry your baby. What's more, this Calin Bleu Cool Wrap (£36.50) comes with full instructions! Visit www.calinbleu.com or call 0845 862 0073.

 

 

 

 

 

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Autumn 2007

"Made in the UK"

I'm a firm supporter of fair trade. But what about British businesses - do we really need to be importing so many goods from far-flung corners of the globe? Supporting local businesses is one of the ways to help safeguard the future of next generations. Here is a pick and mix of British made goods for an eco-friendly lifestyle.

Babies love being held - but sometimes you need your hands free to get on with stuff. A Calin Bleu wrap around sling is comfortable, light, soft and stylish! Available in cool gauze or soft micro fleece and beautiful colours. From £37.50 www.calinbleu.com

 

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August/September 2007

"Hands Free"

Keep your baby close to you in a snug and safe baby carrier.

Cool Wrap in Chocolate from birth to 12-15kg.

 

 

 

 

 

200705-CB-PP250.jpgPractical Parenting

May 2007

"All the best products for your little one's birth to first birthday"

It's a wrap

Simple, lightweight and perfect for summer, the 100% Cool Wrap from Calin Bleu (www.calinbleu.com) is a flexible sling that's suitable from through to toddlerhood. It comes in five colours. Read more.

 

 

 

 

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May/June 2007

Reviewed by Theo, 11 weeks and mum Jo

"This sling is great for shopping and walking, as it takes just a minute to put on. It's fabric and as there are no straps, your handbag doesn't slip off your shoulder. It feels comfortable and secure - you can pull it as tight as you like. Theo was very happy awake or asleep in the sling. He could move his head easily and take in the sights when he was awake. I now use it most days. Read more.

Voted Your Family Loves

 

 

 

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November 2006

Baby wearing is all the rage - just look at Kate Hudson and Gwen Stafani if you don't believe me - and quite rightly so. Carrying your baby in a sling or framed carrier, means they get lots of that lovely physical contact they are programmed to crave.

Lots of cuddles, plus an upright or semi-upright position equals less crying and less colic for junior. While the strapped-on baby approach handily frees up your arms to do useful things. Like drink wine. Or surf t'internet. Or put up those flatpack shelves that have been sitting in the corner of the living room since you were six months pregnant. Obviously. This designer wrap sling in 'ludo' is by Calin Bleu. It is made of microfleece so it is soft and snuggly - and it looks rather fab, too. It costs £43.50 from Natural Nursery.

 

guardian_baby_sling.jpgThe Guardian

October 2006

"Personal Shopper: Baby-wearing"

I'm expecting my second baby in December and really want to sling him/her. I did the pushchair thing the first time and from what I've heard and read, slinging a baby makes lots of things so much easier so am really keen to "baby-wear" this time!

Miranda Dunn, Derbyshire

I can't recommend baby-wearing enough. I only wish I had discovered it earlier than I did... Read more

 

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Winter 2006

One long piece of very soft fleece that you wrap around in various configurations – it's incredibly versatile. I can put Misty on my back, to the front, facing out or in and across my body for breastfeeding. It was a lot easier than I had expected to use and after a few attempts I soon had the swing of it! The fleecy, brightly coloured fabric makes this sling very cosy and soft for baby; flexible, supportive, easy to wear and warm for the mother, but maybe too hot for summer. The huge variety of positions means just about all babies would be happy to be in this sling and most mothers would be happy to wear it! I have a few back problems but this sling gives my back a lot of support. As long as it's worn correctly and you follow the instructions, this sling is a definite winner.

Rating: 4 out of 5 Read more

 

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