QUICK SHOP

Stretchy Wraps
Boba X 
Boba 4GS
Ring Slings
Beco 8
Beco Toddler
Neko Switch – Baby – Toddler
Neko Switch Todler – Preschool
Sleepy Nico
Scootababy
Babywearing Hoodies
Wooden Toys
Gift Vouchers

Covid19 Statement from Mumaroo

Now that the Government have allowed non essential shops to open we are very happy to announce that we will be opening from 6th July for One-to-Ones ONLY.
You can book your session here

Please see the video below to see what procedures we have in pace to keep everyone safe during your visit:
When you attend your appointment please remember:
For backcarrying sessions I highly recommend wearing a mask. I will be wearing a mask. For all other session types we will remain 2m apart at all times so a mask is optional.
I will not be able to hold your baby so please bring your own car seat, bouncer or baby mat.
I will also not be able to provide toys so please feel free to bring your own.

Get in touch! - There are so many way to get in touch with us here at Mumaroo and lately we have become very aware that many of our customers are choosing to switch off social media channels such as Facebook / Instagram etc. So we have added extra ways to keep in touch. WhatsApp! Send us a direct ... Read more

Keep up to date with our Facebook page:

Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Facebook Posts

Oxytocin!

We talk about Oxytocin lots to expectant parents so we often know that we need lots of it - that it stimulates labour and aids prolactin to boost our milk supply. But here’s somethings you may not know:

• Did to know our brains cannot release Oxytocin at the same time as our stress hormone Cortisol? So it’s really so very true that we need to be calm and relaxed after birth if we want to be successful at breastfeeding. Skin to skin helps boost oxytocin in mother AND fathers so it’s vital we have lots of skin to skin time. This is why babywearing is so perfect

• Did you know that oxytocin can also be released from prolonged eye contact?! So gaze into your beautiful baby’s eyes ! Again - babywearing helps us achieve this so easily

• The calming effects of Oxytocin are quite literally contagious! Studies have shown that when one person is calm and relaxed with high levels of oxytocin this increases oxytocin levels in people surround them
... See MoreSee Less

Oxytocin! We talk about Oxytocin lots to expectant parents so we often know that we need lots of it - that it stimulates labour and aids prolactin to boost our milk supply. But here’s somethings you may not know: • Did to know our brains cannot release Oxytocin at the same time as our stress hormone Cortisol? So it’s really so very true that we need to be calm and relaxed after birth if we want to be successful at breastfeeding. Skin to skin helps boost oxytocin in mother AND fathers so it’s vital we have lots of skin to skin time. This is why babywearing is so perfect • Did you know that oxytocin can also be released from prolonged eye contact?! So gaze into your beautiful baby’s eyes ! Again - babywearing helps us achieve this so easily • The calming effects of Oxytocin are quite literally contagious! Studies have shown that when one person is calm and relaxed with high levels of oxytocin this increases oxytocin levels in people surround them

Comment on Facebook

Gotta love the Oxytocin <3 <3

Love me some oxytocin

Why go out in the cold when you can have the Mumaroo-Mobile visit you in the comfort of your own home?

I’ll come with everything you need.

Book your home visit today
www.Mumaroo.co.uk/one-to-one
... See MoreSee Less

Why go out in the cold when you can have the Mumaroo-Mobile visit you in the comfort of your own home? I’ll come with everything you need. Book your home visit today www.Mumaroo.co.uk/one-to-one

Hire any sling this week and we will send £5 donation from your hire to our Christmas food parcel fund! (New hires not rehires)

We have lots in stock:
Stretchy wraps
Ringslings
Boba x
Neko switch
Standard carriers in various brands
Toddler carriers
Woven wraps in various lengths

Hiring is £15 per month or £60 for 6 months in advance

Order your hire today here:
www.mumaroo.co.uk/product/postal-sling-hire/

If you’re not sure what to hire message us and we can chat through options

Let’s get this fund boosted!! If you’d prefer to just send a donation direct you can do so here

paypal.me/pools/c/8tGJ0kapzt
... See MoreSee Less

Hire any sling this week and we will send £5 donation from your hire to our Christmas food parcel fund! (New hires not rehires) We have lots in stock:Stretchy wrapsRingslingsBoba x Neko switch Standard carriers in various brands Toddler carriers Woven wraps in various lengths Hiring is £15 per month or £60 for 6 months in advance Order your hire today here: https://www.mumaroo.co.uk/product/postal-sling-hire/If you’re not sure what to hire message us and we can chat through options Let’s get this fund boosted!! If you’d prefer to just send a donation direct you can do so herehttps://paypal.me/pools/c/8tGJ0kapzt

Ring Slings 🥰

Newborn - toddler
Lightweight
Great for feeding (bottle and breast)
Front or hip carries
Quick
... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

I don’t wear Edith at home much now but recently she’s needed it. We use the Boba X for back carrying on walks. But we’ve gone back to snuggles in the ringsling this week. Edith will be 2 in 3 weeks time. She’s been carried from birth but first went in the ringsling at 7 weeks old. x

It’s a fairly common worry and sadly something we do hear said but it’s usually said because of lack of understanding rather than meaning to cause distress.

It’s actually quite a long one to answer. First of all one thing I usually say to people is

“Yes. You’re right - there are some things we can do with slings that can be dangerous. But there are also things we can do with baby car seats, cots, highchairs etc that are dangerous”

So are slings dangerous?

Well dangerous is quite a broad term so let’s break it down into common concerns:

1. Airway - babies must always have a very open and clear airway. Regardless of whether they’re in slings or not. So parents should always be able to glance down and see babies face and nose easily and clearly. Babies should usually be in an upright position with chins off their chests.
This is something we cover at every single one to one session in full detail.
I would argue being on a parents chest is actually the safest place for a baby to be; parents are constantly feeling those little movements and breaths, able to be in constant touch with their babies

2. Falls - many people worry about dropping babies whilst putting them in slings. Especially when they see people back carrying. But again - this is why it’s important that we seek advice. During a one to one we take our time. We break down how to put baby inside the slings safely and we talk about keeping hands on baby or child at all times I til they are safe and secure. One of my most repeated phrases is “take your time” there’s no rush! But one thing I an say is that our parental instinct are never given enough credit. We often don’t trust ourselves with our newborns when actually our whole bodies are in tune with protecting our babies. Dropping babies just isn’t something our instincts allow us to do

Many parents often worry about themselves falling whilst wearing a sling - and one thing I can say is yes. It’s not ideal if this happens. But actually your baby is safer in a secure carrier as you as a parent have your arms free to break your fall. If you’re carrying baby in arms you’re going to really hurt yourself!
3. Unsafe products - Unfortunately - Counterfeit slings not only exist but they’re rife and easily available to purchase online - the biggest culprits for selling these are the auction style companies. I’ll not name them because FB doesn’t like it but you all know the ones I’m talking about ! Please please lease avoid using these places for your sling purchases! Often they will even use genuine companies images so you believe you are receiving a genuine product. Use a recommended retailer. Ask us or your local sling consultant - if we don’t retail the brand you’re after we can put you in touch with another consultant that does.
Genuine brands will have quality guarantees - they will have been strictly safety tested upto certain weights. They dyes used will be safe for babies to suck on. As a general rule - if the price is too good to be true it probably is!

So in summary - use your local babywearing consultant! Seek genuine expert advise and you’ll have all the knowledge and understanding to put those fears aside and enjoy your babywearing journey

Book today: www.Mumaroo.co.uk/one-to-one
... See MoreSee Less

It’s a fairly common worry and sadly something we do hear said but it’s usually said because of lack of understanding rather than meaning to cause distress. It’s actually quite a long one to answer. First of all one thing I usually say to people is “Yes. You’re right - there are some things we can do with slings that can be dangerous. But there are also things we can do with baby car seats, cots, highchairs etc that are dangerous” So are slings dangerous? Well dangerous is quite a broad term so let’s break it down into common concerns:1. Airway - babies must always have a very open and clear airway. Regardless of whether they’re in slings or not. So parents should always be able to glance down and see babies face and nose easily and clearly. Babies should usually be in an upright position with chins off their chests. This is something we cover at every single one to one session in full detail. I would argue being on a parents chest is actually the safest place for a baby to be; parents are constantly feeling those little movements and breaths, able to be in constant touch with their babies 2. Falls - many people worry about dropping babies whilst putting them in slings. Especially when they see people back carrying. But again - this is why it’s important that we seek advice. During a one to one we take our time. We break down how to put baby inside the slings safely and we talk about keeping hands on baby or child at all times I til they are safe and secure. One of my most repeated phrases is “take your time” there’s no rush! But one thing I an say is that our parental instinct are never given enough credit. We often don’t trust ourselves with our newborns when actually our whole bodies are in tune with protecting our babies. Dropping babies just isn’t something our instincts allow us to do Many parents often worry about themselves falling whilst wearing a sling - and one thing I can say is yes. It’s not ideal if this happens. But actually your baby is safer in a secure carrier as you as a parent have your arms free to break your fall. If you’re carrying baby in arms you’re going to really hurt yourself! 3. Unsafe products - Unfortunately - Counterfeit slings not only exist but they’re rife and easily available to purchase online - the biggest culprits for selling these are the auction style companies. I’ll not name them because FB doesn’t like it but you all know the ones I’m talking about ! Please please lease avoid using these places for your sling purchases! Often they will even use genuine companies images so you believe you are receiving a genuine product. Use a recommended retailer. Ask us or your local sling consultant - if we don’t retail the brand you’re after we can put you in touch with another consultant that does. Genuine brands will have quality guarantees - they will have been strictly safety tested upto certain weights. They dyes used will be safe for babies to suck on. As a general rule - if the price is too good to be true it probably is! So in summary - use your local babywearing consultant! Seek genuine expert advise and you’ll have all the knowledge and understanding to put those fears aside and enjoy your babywearing journey Book today: www.Mumaroo.co.uk/one-to-one

Comment on Facebook

As someone that slipped with a baby in a sling on the mud at Cleethorpes 🤦‍♀️ - I was able to twist my body and she literally stayed asleep in the stretchy! All i had was a very muddy back/side and sling!

Load more