Definition of baby sling
: a cloth device that is usually adjustable in length and that is used for carrying an infant securely against the wearer's body A baby sling is also worn across your front and usually offers three positions: face-in, face-out and the “pea-pod” position, which allows you to carry a young baby wrapped around your body. — The Choice Guide to Baby Products, 2010
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