The Nurse-Sling by Honey-Bee {Mama Review}

The Nurse-Sling by Honey-Bee {Mama Review}

Mama Brianne received a sample of Nurse-Sling by Honey-Bee ($39.98 value) to try out and review for Michigan Mama News. Any opinions expressed here are honest and her own.

As parents of a newborn, you discover soon enough the must-have items you’ve invested in become obsolete as your child continues to grow.

Humble-Bee is changing this concept

offering baby accessories that offer value beyond their assistance with parenting duties.

The maker of the Nurse-sling, this patent-pending supporter for feeding time reimagines the crescent shape standard nursing pillow. Designed to be lightweight and easily portable, it offers an additional purpose later on as it converts into a bag for years to come.

Mama Review:

My name is Brianna and I am a stay at home mom to a four-month-old little boy and a two-year-old little girl. I have been with my husband going on eleven years now and we have a small hobby farm at our home, so as you can imagine my hands are always full.

With my firstborn daughter, I didn’t have a very successful breastfeeding journey, so for my second child, I was determined to make it work.

I was incredibly grateful to have been chosen to review the Nurse-Sling made by Humble Bee. since being a mom to two children, I find my hands are always tied. Having the nurse-sling just made daily life a little bit easier.

Nurse-Sling

Right off the bat, I was impressed.

The instructions were very clear and I loved that they were part of the box itself so there wasn’t any extra paper coming out of the box with the sling. At first glance, I could tell that this was something I was going to really enjoy.

It felt durable and was appeasing to the eye.

My first time using the sling was a little tricky but I got the hang of it almost immediately. The product was surprisingly comfortable for both myself and my baby, making it so I wasn’t slouched over all the time while nursing. I wasn’t expecting this product to be something that I would use often, but it ended up being helpful in my everyday life.

There were multiple things I loved about the product,

one is how lightweight it is. Baby items these days aren’t always light and functional. The fact that I have a product I can use to help nurse my baby AND hold my own personal belongings is awesome.

I never have to worry about carrying my purse or wallet anymore.

Unfortunately, due to the pandemic, I have been unable to use the sling out in public like I normally would have, but I’m looking forward to when I will be able to use it to hold my phone, I.D. and other various small things I would need to carry with me.

Not only is it all of those things, but it’s also comfortable. I never felt like this product was weighing me down or hurting my shoulders. Overall, I would recommend this product to moms everywhere.

All of us at Michigan Mama News would like to thank the folks over at Humble-Bee for giving Brianna this product to try and review for herself and for our readers. This product looks amazing!

You can learn more and stay up to date with Humble-Bee and their products on Facebook and Instagram!

About Humble-Bee: According to Humble-Bee’s founders, the name is inspired by the humbling feeling of awe and wonder that comes when you’re staring out at crashing waves of the vast ocean, hiking along a trail listening to the birds sing, or feeling the warmth of the sun on your back as you take a walk through the park.

As millennial parents who live an outdoor, active lifestyle and want their children to experience the same adventures, they’ve created a line of bags and accessories, with thoughtful design and quality craftsmanship that will easily trek alongside traveling, hiking, running errands, spending a day at the beach, gathering with friends, or exploring your own backyard.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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