Here are some great video tutorials with slightly different takes on breastfeeding in a wraparound sling.
Two slightly different approaches to nursing a newborn in the front wrap cross carry:
And one on Photobucket showing the front cross carry with a slightly older baby.
Always use caution when breastfeeding in any kind of sling … the temptation to multitask is great, but you must pay attention to your breastfeeding baby. Newborns do not have the muscle control to adjust themselves if they have trouble breathing. It’s up to you to assure that your baby can breathe.
Please take my caution seriously. There is at least one reported case of a baby dying of injuries related to suffocation in connection with breastfeeding in a sling. (The mother was breastfeeding her baby in a sling at a mall. She reported that the baby stopped nursing “but maintained a good latch;” she kept shopping and didn’t reposition the baby.) Slings are very useful, and many mothers find breastfeeding in a sling to be a very valuable technique, but slings aren’t magic, and you can’t abandon your baby in one.