We hope you can join us for our April slingmeet
Date and Time
From 10am-12pm on Friday 1st April 2016 in the guest room at The Southern Cross Bar and Restaurant – 39 Abel Smith St, Te Aro
We start off our meeting with a quick introduction to the committee, and a run through of babywearing guidelines/safety tips and then there will be time to get advice, hire carriers, or catch up with fellow babywearers. If you are new to babywearing or our slingmeets it would be great if you could arrive in time for the introduction talk. We’re happy to answer any questions you may have about any aspect of babywearing and about any type of baby carrier. If we can’t answer your questions we can refer you to someone who can.
Baby carrier library
Babywearing Wellington members can hire baby carriers from our “sling library” for $20 per lending period (1 month) for your first hire, and subsequent hires are $10 per month. Our library includes stretchy wraps, woven wraps, mei tais, SSCs and ring slings. It only costs you a one off fee of $10 to become a lifetime member, and all proceeds go towards running and updating the library, and keeping our meetings running. We don’t always have the full library with us, so if you’d like to borrow or try out something in particular, please send us an email and let us know, and we’ll do our best to bring it along.
View our library here: https://babywearingwellington.org.nz/the-bww-carrier-library/
Want to know more?
More information about our carrier library, and about Babywearing Wellington, can be found on our website https://babywearingwellington.org.nz/ and on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/babywearingwellington
Bring your friends!
Our meetings are open to the public, so please feel free to invite anyone you think might be interested – friends, family, other mums and dads… you don’t have to have a baby to be a babywearing supporter! Buggies/strollers/prams etc all welcome – you don’t have to be babywearing to join in the fun.
Hope to see you there!
The Babywearing Wellington team
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