Expecting a baby? Want to learn more about babywearing and the benefits? Our Bump to Babywearing Workshop would be perfect for you! The monthly session is an hour long; covering everything you need to start you off babywearing confidently and correctly.
The workshop covers:
- Benefits to babywearing – looking in depth at the benefits to both parents, baby and the surrounding family circle.
Babywearing Safety – We will look at TICKS safety guidance in detail, but also discuss other safety aspects including dressing baby for he correct weather conditions and ensuring the sling you choose is a safe option.
- Babywearing comfort – how to choose a carrier that is comfortable for both parents and baby and can be worn for as long as you both choose to do so.
- The options available – what types of sling / carrier are around? what are the pros and cons of each type?
- Practical work – looking at how to use a wrap to support your bump in the end of pregnancy and then moving on to how to use it to carry newborn baby.
And the best bit?? We then give you a Boba stretchy wrap for hire for three months for FREE!
This workshop has proven to be very popular and spaces fill up fast so please book your session below as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. We now have a session every month running up until December 2016 and recommend attending between 36-42 weeks of pregnancy. If your baby decides to join us a little early that’s ok! You’re more than welcome to bring him or her along to the session if you feel able – Please contact me asap to discuss this.
The workshop is currently held on the Third Monday Monthly at Riverside Children’s Centre in Grimsby.
Workshop Price just £20!
Once booked please ensure you have read the workshop FAQs- you can download them here: bump-to-babywearing-faqs
Recently went on the Bump to Babywearing course. Had a great time, lots of fun, lots of useful information and I now feel happy, confident and excited to baby wear when little one arrives.
Really recommend it. X – F. Tarrant
Attended the bump to baby wearing workshop this morning and absolutely loved it! I can’t wait to get started with baby wearing once my baby arrives. This afternoon I’ve been using the stretchy wrap as a bump support and it makes such a difference. Highly recommended – K. Horsewood
I attended the bump to babywearing class just after my daughter was born. Korrin was fab showing me how to tie the stretchy wrap which I have borrowed and use every day. To have my daughter so close is incredible and she is so much calmer as a result. I’m a very happy mummy, and now looking forward to trying out ring slings at the sling library so I can carry on wearing as she grows . – H. Kyme
Whilst looking after my niece i used a shop bought baby carrier but found it to be extremely uncomfortable and painful after only a few minutes. I knew i wanted to carry my baby and found mummaroo on Facebook. I booked into the bump to baby class. Unfortunately the night before, I was admitted to hospital with a kidney infection so couldn’t attend. When i contacted korrin she was so helpful and came to my home to show me how to use it.
I haven’t looked back! I absolutely love baby wearing and recently attended the sling library and borrowed a woven wrap, which is fab. I rarely use my pram as i find the sling so much more convenient for the school run or nipping to the shops and walking my dog is so much easier now. I am now looking into purchasing my own woven wrap.
Everyone at mumaroo has been so welcoming and friendly and always on hand for any help or advice. I couldn’t recommend them highly enough and wish I had found babywearing 9 years ago with my oldest daughter. – K. Plastow
I attended the bump to baby wearing course this morning and thought it was great! Korrin and Emma are really friendly and helpful. I will definitely be coming to the sling library sessions to learn more about baby wearing and grow in confidence. Highly highly recommend! Only downside is I’m not sure I’ll get my baby back once my mum has a go! She’s already been telling her friends all about it! – K. Shipston