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    Lalabu Soothing Shirt Gift Card Giveaway ends 5/8

    Disclosures: Although I received compensation for this post, all opinions are 100% mine.

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    A new baby can be very overwhelming for a mother. However, for the baby things can be even more difficult because they’ve been in a cozy comfy setting for so long. So for many baby’s the newborn stage can be hard and stressful. For a  newborn, there’s nothing more soothing than being held. So it’s important to keep them cozy,safe and  close to us. However, as moms life can be chaotic and no matter how much we try to hold them life happens, between post partum recuperation and life, it becomes hard. Constantly holding your baby can also put a strain on your body and figuring out how to correctly swaddle your little one can be confusing.  The Lalabu Soothe Shirt is the easy way to hold and swaddle your infant and spend  much needed bonding time.

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    The Soothe Shirt is a pretty unique product…it’s a stylish nursing tank for breastfeeding moms, and it’s also a cozy carrying pouch for newborn babies (from 7 to 15 pounds). It’s easy to get your infant in and out of, best of all it doubles as a nursing bra, and looks like a shirt you’d wear even if you aren’t a new mom. Moms can wear it as a nursing tank as long as they’re breastfeeding (it’s great for layering!), but the core lifespan is for the newborn stage, since that’s when it works for carrying baby, too.Lalabu-Soothe-Shirt-Nursing-Bra
    The Soothe Shirt isn’t a baby carrier and it isn’t intended for “hands free” carrying. Like carriers, it does distribute the child’s weight across the upper body, securing your child and taking the weight off of your arms. Although, it’s still recommended you  keep one hand on the baby while in the pouch.
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    This shirt is much the opposite of a carrier, the desire of Lalabu is to promote  mom-baby bonding and actively doing life together.  This is encouraged through having a cozy pouch and nursing top available at all times.  Mom and baby enjoy the benefits of baby wearing while baby is in the pouch and the Soothe Shirt makes breastfeeding more convenient even in public so you are more likely to do it.
    Lalabu isn’t just a fashionable + functional product, they have a unique giveback model that customers love — they give 2% of all of their topline revenue to women entrepreneurs through Kiva’s microlending program. Not only is this company producing an amazing product but empowering women to

    Do you or someone you know love to own one of these gorgeous Lalabu shirts?

    You can save 15% off any order from now until May 2nd with code: conservamome0416 over at Lalabu.com

    The wonderful people at Lalabu want you to check out these gorgeous sooth shirts for yourself and fall in love the way so many have!

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    Head below for your chance at a $75 Gift Certificate to their store where you can get one of these sooth shirts for yourself and sooth your little one to comfort! Giveaway is open to US & CA and ends on 5/8 at 11:59pm. Must be 18 yo to enter. Good luck!

    Disclosure: All opinions are 100% mine. This giveaway is in no way associated with, sponsored, administered, or endorsed by Facebook, Twitter, Google, Pinterest or any other social media network.All opinions and experiences are Conservamom‘s. Open to US & CA residents only , must be 18+. Confirmed Winner(s) will be contacted through email and have 48 hours to respond before a new winner will be drawn. No purchase necessary. Void where prohibited by law. The sponsor will be responsible for product fulfillment to winner(s) of the giveaway. The disclosure is done in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission 10 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. For questions or to see your product featured in an Event you can contact Elia At Conservamom
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