Baby Ring Sling FAQs

Baby Ring Sling FAQs

Babywearing in a baby ring sling makes life easier from newborn up to toddler. Before embarking on this journey, ensure you learn the correct way of babywearing and explore its benefits.

Q1: Can I use the ring sling to carry newborn babies?

Yes, babywearing helps recreate a womb-like environment, making the baby feel safe. We encourage you to babywear your newborn to help the baby quickly adapt to the transition from womb to world.

Q2: How long can I wear my baby in the ring sling?

The rings are made from material used in parachutes, making them safer. They are ultra-strong and can hold up to 50kg. There’s no maximum age for babywearing; it depends on how much weight you can comfortably carry.

Durable Ring Sling Up To 50kg

Q3: Do baby slings come in different sizes?

No, our ring sling is designed to be one-size-fits-all. Buy one, and everyone in the family can wear it. 

Q4: Can I breastfeed my baby in the baby sling?

Yes. The length of our baby sling is 203 cm, allowing you to use it as a nursing cover while breastfeeding your baby.

Breastfeeding in Ring Slings

Q5: Can I wash the baby sling?

Yes, remember to put it in a washing bag before placing it in the washing machine. Do not tumble dry it.

Q6: Can babies fall out of sling?

You need to be aware of those aluminium rings on the ring sling which may bend or break, causing the fabric to slip through the ring and your baby to fall out of the carrier. Rest assured, our ring is ultra-strong and made from material used in parachutes. When the ring is strong, it holds the fabrics in a way that your baby cannot fall out. 

Q7: Is it safe to use a baby sling?

The safest way to babywear is to follow the safety guidelines when using it. Keep your baby in an upright position and distribute the baby’s weight evenly across your shoulder and back. Pay attention to your sling baby to make sure nothing is blocking his or her nose and mouth.

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Q8: Can a baby sling cause back pain or shoulder pain?

You may experience back pain or shoulder pain if you are using it inappropriately. Ensure the sling covers as much of your back as possible to distribute the baby’s weight. Check if the logo is still on your shoulder while tightening.

Read the full article to learn how to prevent back pain when babywearing.

Q9: Will a ring sling make my baby clingy?

You don’t need to worry that carrying your baby will make her “clingy” or “dependent”. Studies show that infants who are securely attached during the early months cling less and separate more easily from their mothers later on.

Q10: How can I support my baby’s head and neck?

Newborns haven’t gained full neck and body control yet, so it’s safe to babywear your baby inward-facing in the front-carry position. Pull the fabrics up to your baby’s head to provide extra support.

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