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It’s baby wearing month at Gugu Guru and today I’m showing off the Wrap by Solly Baby! This wrap is one of my favorite baby products. Baby wearing has been essential since baby #2 came around. I need my hands free and I don’t mind the extra newborn bonding time, either! I love the Solly because the fabric is perfect (it’s lenzing modal for you fabric lovers!) and it’s so easy to wrap up.
The wrap colors and fabrics are custom made which make these wraps unique and I think they are fun to plan an outfit around! This floral is from the new fall line, the print is by Rifle Paper Co! As soon as I saw the Rifle Paper Co x Solly Baby collaboration announced I was so excited!
I have loved all of the Solly collaborations (I got this AJJ wrap for Christmas last year) but this one is my favorite by far. I’m also loving the new camel color! I want them all.
Mae is significantly smaller than my other two kids. She’s the same length, just super skinny, so I’m excited to be able to wear her a little longer! Last week she had her first cold and this wrap was the perfect thing for that! Wrapping up a fussy baby so I can do dishes or read to my other kids while keeping her soothed, is the ideal way to divide my attention!
I made this silicone teething necklace for her (and me!). It’s a cute accessory that doubles as a safe chewing toy.
She loves it and it’s great to keep her slobber off of my wrap! We’re sharing the tutorial over at Gugu Guru today!
Head over to Gugu Guru to get the tutorial for this simple teething necklace AND enter to win a Solly Baby Wrap!
Cute baby wrap and adorable teething necklace. And the necklace looks great even without the wearing of a baby. I love the colors. Big bonus! I have no more babies (my baby is 12 now), but if I need to make one for a friend, I know where to check. Thanks for the tutorial!
I did not know you could buy teething beads. This is so great, and they won’t end up on the floor. I have saved this to my Making Baby Things Pinterest board: https://www.pinterest.com/thelostapron/making-baby-things/
Such a good idea having a teething necklace. It keeps the baby occupied and looks so cool too :)