From Bump To Baby: BabyBjörn {Review + Giveaway}

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When Brooklynn was first born {a MONTH ago!], I found myself wanting to hold her all the time. At the beginning, that was perfectly okay. I was still healing from delivery – and didn’t need to be up and moving around a lot.

A few days after we got home, I started realizing that there were dishes that needed to be done, dinners that needed to be cooked, and projects that needed to be finished. My method of getting all of these things done was to put Brooklynn in her bouncer in the room with me so I could work with my hands but still be close to her.

This was {and still is} highly unsuccessful.

My daughter showed me – very early – that she did NOT like to be put down. Not only did I want to hold her all the time… she also wanted to be held all the time. Although I LOVE that she wants to be close to us — it made getting the necessary housework that much harder. 

I needed a way to be able to hold her and get my house work done all at the same time.

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About The Baby Carrier Original {As taken from the BabyBjorn website}
The easy-to-use classic design

Easy to use

  • Fits parents perfectly and securely with only a few adjustments.

Provides closeness and contact

  • Physical closeness and eye contact create an important emotional bond between you and your baby.

Perfect for your newborn baby

  • Specially developed to give the proper support for the baby’s head, neck, spine and hips.

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I can hardly express to you how absolutely fantastic this product is.

The other night, I was trying to cook dinner. Brooklynn would NOT let me put her down — she would SCREAM her lungs out every time I tried to sit her down. I got extremely frustrated because I could not get dinner done. Many moms would shake their heads at me and just tell me to LET HER SCREAM — but I have a really hard time doing that.

I feel like Brooklynn is going to feel abandoned if I just let her scream.

So – when I was almost at my breaking point and about to give up on cooking dinner… I remembered about my BabyBjorn! I put it on, put Brooklynn in it… and BOOM. She quit crying and went right to sleep. It’s as though she just needed to be in my arms and close to my heart. It was WONDERFUL because I got to have the comfort of holding my girl while having my hands free to cook dinner and do my other housework.

I am in love with my BabyBjorn — and I know many other moms would be, too! For this reason – I am SO excited to announce that BabyBjorn has agreed to host a giveaway here at Wee Share! One lucky winner will receive their very own Baby Carrier Original! Thank you BabyBjorn!

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31 comments

  1. Sarah says:

    I’m due shortly with our second. Being able to wear her will allow me to keep control of my toddler when it’s just the three of us out and about.

  2. renee says:

    I have one of those babies who doesn’t want to be put down, so maybe I’ll be able to get a little more vacuuming done with a carrier!
    And at her age, you are perfectly RIGHT in following your instinct to not let her cry it out. Good Mommy :) When she gets older she will learn to enjoy alone time more.

  3. Jessica B. says:

    This would benefit me in so many ways. I have a newborn that loves to be held! With this I can hold him and play with my 2 year old. Thank you for the opportunity to make my life easier!

  4. Stephanie Phelps says:

    This would benefit me because I have four already and having my hands free but also keeping them close and safe would be wonderful!

  5. Kelly S says:

    Thanks for.this.giveaway! I’m going.to be a first time grandma and this.would be a.great addition to.the supplies our new addition needs! 😉

  6. Olivia Rubin says:

    My niece likes to be held and my sister can get hardly any work done because of this. A carrier would allow her to feel more productive, because now she starts and then cries start again

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