The Sojourn Sling provides a snug, fashion-forward approach to globetrotting for mom and baby. An innovative pouch-style sling designed for comfort and versatility, the Sojourn Sling features a reversible print on stretchy 100% organic cotton. A curved base seam and tapered shoulder allows more comfortable placement for baby and less bulk.
* Reversible 100% Organic Knit Cotton Sling
* Grass Green/Black/Cream modern tulip garden design. Reversible to Grass Green solid knit.
* Pouch style Baby Sling
* Knit fabric allows stretch and more comfort for both Mom & Baby
* Tapered at shoulder to allow more comfort and less bulk
* Curved at base seam to allow more comfortable placement for baby
* Available Sizes: S, M, L
* Care Instructions: Machine Wash Cold / Tumble Dry Low
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What size Sling do I need?
Correct sizing for Slings by Petunia® is essential for the comfort and safety of both mom and baby. If you have a PPB sling that is too big your baby will not feel secure and you will risk back and shoulder pain. If your PPB sling is too small you probably won’t be able to get your baby in or will feel like you can’t breathe. Slings by Petunia® are designed to fit snug but not too snug. The Sling by Petunia® is designed to fit the person wearing it. Use the size chart pictured above to help determine the proper size.
To find the correct measurements, use a soft measuring tape to measure the distance from one shoulder to the opposite hip bone by measuring diagonally across your body. For the above chest measurement, measure the full circumference just under your armpits and above (not over) the fullest part of your bust. Men sizing follows the same guidelines.
How will I know I have the proper size sling?
With your baby inside the sling, the lowest part of the baby’s body should be hitting you right at your hip bone or slightly above. If the sling is riding below your hip, your sling is too big. The sling should fit snuggly with baby inside but if you feel uncomfortable wearing it with baby because it feels too tight, your sling is too small. You want the sling to be snug but not too snug.