how to MUMSIE
Please join us with Brooke Maree from Babywearing Australia in this instructional video prior to using your MUMSIE to learn how to safely use your mumsie. Please click on CC if you'd like to view with French, German, Spanish or Japanese captions.
how to ROMPAZ
The ROMPAZ is a different design to the MUMSIE and does not come with a sling. The bib of the ROMPAZ is designed to be used to carry a baby or toddler without a sling, or there are a few ways you can use the additional attachment for extra support.
how to MUMSIE : facing forward
Please join Helen our local Physiotherapist to learn how to safely wear your baby in the mumsie facing forward. It is not recommended to wear a baby in an outward facing position before 5/6 months of age.
safe babywearing in the MUMSIE
The mumsie is designed to be worn throughout pregnancy for extra support, for babywearing, toddler wearing.
We recommend following the TICKS guide to safe babywearing when wearing you little one in the mumsie.
T—Tight: Slings should be tight enough to hug your baby close to you.
I—In view at all times: You should always be able to see your baby’s face by simply glancing down.
C—Close enough to kiss: By tipping your head forward you should be able to kiss your baby on the head.
K—Keep chin off the chest: A baby should never be curled so that their chin is forced onto their chest as this can restrict their breathing.
S—Supported back: The baby’s back should be supported in a natural position so their tummy and chest are against you.
as a TODDLER SEAT
Your mumsie can be used as a toddler seat without the sling for a quick hands free when you're out and about with a busy toddler. Although your toddler is being supported by the straps and clips, take extra care and be mindful that you're not wearing the mumsie sling for extra support.