Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Babe Sak's First GIVEAWAY!

It's Time for Babe Sak's first official GIVEAWAY!!!!

We are so excited about the fact that we have such loyal & committed clients, that we want MORE! To celebrate this we will be GIVING AWAY a Babe Sak!

You read right! You could win a FREE Babe Sak!
Even if you don't have a baby to carry around, these make great baby shower gifts!

Here's what's up for grabs:
• 1 custom made Babe Sak in your choice of fabric!

Here's How To Enter to WIN:
  1. Become a follower of Babe Sak blog page and post a Comment on our Blog
  2. Become a Babe Sak fan on Facebook
  3. If you're already a fan on Facebook, leave a (1) comment on Babe Sak's Facebook page
  4. Recommend a friend, who becomes a Babe Sak fan on Facebook
  5. Put a Post of Babe Sak's Giveaway on your Blog

There are 5 ways to enter. Each one of the above item equals one entry. Do all the above = 5 entries. The more friends you have become fans on Facebook the more entries you have, and the better chance you have to WIN!!!

The winner will be randomly chosen from a hat on Wednesday, March 24. I will post the winner that evening.


Friday, March 12, 2010

Baby sling recall

If you are hesitant about carrying your baby in a sling, don't be, unless you have this sling below!

Baby Sak slings are safe because they do not hang down to your hip like the one pictured, and are custom made to your body measurements! While wearing any baby carrier you should always keep an eye on your little one!

If you have any questions or concerns regarding this recall please ask! Thanks!

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

The Hip Hold

5 months & up

Wear your sling with the padding on the inside. With the seam of the pouch at your hip, slide your baby in feet first so their legs are out of the sling. Pull the padded rail of the sling down and under your baby’s bottom to support them. Leaning forward slightly while pulling the padding up behind their knees will ensure they are sealed deeply in the sling. Make sure the fabric comes all the way up their back. Their knees should be higher than their bottom to ensure that their weight is not resting on their legs.