Jelly Bean Reversible Baby Sling
Carry your baby in style with a reversible sling. The Jelly Bean reversible baby sling is a great solution for parents with babies who always want to be held.
- Comfortable to wear and keeps your hands free for other tasks while holding baby
- Great hip and back positions for carrying older babies
- Fabric is breathable
- Sling feels secure
- Sizes of sling not accurate
- Fabric not breathable
- Sling does not feel secure
Features Of The Jelly Bean Reversible Baby Sling
Choose from 4 stylish reversible designs to carry your baby. Babies love the calming effect they get when snuggled up to mom. You can wear the sling in 5 different positions and there are no buckles or rings to attach. There are built-in pockets on both sides to hold your essentials. And the special sling design makes it easy and discreet to breastfeed baby. So go ahead, pick a side, and have the most stylish sling in town.
- Machine washable
- Available in Small/Medium and Large
- For newborns up to 35 lbs.
Cost: The Munchkin Jelly Bean Reversible Sling can cost anywhere from $29.99 to $34.99 so it is worth shopping around for the best price.
Jelly Bean Baby Sling User Reviews
The Munchkin Jelly Bean Reversible Sling has received a rating of 3.5 out 5 stars from users at amazon.com, target.com and toysrus.com.
Those who have reviewed this sling favorably really love the Jelly Bean reversible baby sling saying they are comfortable wearing it and baby is comfortable sitting in it. Users recommend using the sling for running errands, taking walks, doing chores, or tending to older kids, since it keeps the user’s hands free while still holding baby close. Users also love the hip and back positions for older babies. Reviewers report that the fabric is strong yet breathable and the sling feels secure for baby. Most users also say the sling is very easy to use and that they absolutely, “love this sling!”
Users who rate this sling poorly say the sizing for the sling is very complicated and several users gave the sling low marks because they purchased what seemed to be the right size, but was really too small or too big, making the sling useless. Other users also complain that the material of the baby sling is too heavy, baby hates sitting in the sling, and the sling is not comfortable to wear. They also say the Jelly Bean baby sling does not seem very secure and they worry that baby will fall out.
My Two Cents
Slings are rather subjective baby items and after researching the reviews of various slings I believe that users rarely really hate a sling because of the particular sling, but rather hate slings in general. Most of the reviews I have read for the various slings either have reviewers who absolutely love the sling, or absolutely hate it.
If you are considering purchasing a sling I recommend testing out various ones in the store first, using your baby, or even a stuffed animal for the trial run. See if you feel comfortable with the concept of a sling and compare the sling to a baby wrap or a front baby carrier. Then after the test, if you decide a sling is right for you (and many, many parents do really love slings), start searching for the perfect sling for your needs. Give them all a try and see which one feels best for you.