Yes you can! We find that most women experiencing a normal recovery from a c-section start using ring slings around 2-4 weeks after the procedure. We recommend keeping your sling high to reduce pressure on the scar and discontinuing use if you feel uncomfortable at all.
Absolutely! hope&plum ring slings have been tested and certified to ensure your child's safety and comply with the safety standards set forth by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. We also are certified hip-healthy, which means you can babywear with peace of mind. Despite our rigorous testing, proper use is essential for safe babywearing. We highly recommend reviewing and practicing the recommended carrying techniques in our tutorial videos.
Yes! Every sling can be worn 3 different ways. The double aluminum ring system combined with our soft fabrics allows you to perfectly mold the sling to your body. And that means several caregivers can use the same ring sling without any issues.
Our Short slings are made to measure approximately 74", the Mid slings 82", our Long slings 90", and our Extra Long slings 100”.
No! With every babywearing product, there’s a learning curve that goes with it. To make your ring sling journey as easy as possible, check out our extensive tutorial library here.
A great reference point is our tutorial library where we take you through the many ways to use ring slings step by step. If you prefer personalized guidance, simply book a FREE 1:1 Fit Consultation here. In the highly unlikely instance that you don’t fall in love with your hope&plum ring sling after all, our dedicated buy/swap/sell Facebook Community allows you to sell your hope&plum ring sling to another grateful new owner. You can find it here!
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