Get a free week of rental with the WYSL May holiday

The West Yorkshire Sling Library will be closed for eight days from 26/5/13 to 3/6/13. All phone advice and doorstep swaps will stop during this time, and the Drop-in Session scheduled for Wednesday 29th May will not take place. I’m sorry if this is awkward. But it’s definitely good news for those of you wishing to take carrierContinue reading “Get a free week of rental with the WYSL May holiday”

New to the Library!

The latest addition to serve the carrying needs of West Yorkshire! A Calin Bleu gauze wrap -super lightweight yet supportive, thin and airy. Ideal for the summer months, wonderful for holidays, folds up extra small and weighs a tiny amount. Just stuff it in your suitcase! The library’s Calin Bleu is ‘Summer Lavender’ an impressively subtle,Continue reading “New to the Library!”

Sling Socials – the library is growing and changing!

We have great and exciting news! The sling library is offering new sessions, a new venue – more space, more time, more parking – and more tea and cake! We are now lucky enough to be able to use a lovely room at Pudsey Wellbeing Centre for ‘Sling Library Socials’. All the usual library services – advice, rentals,Continue reading “Sling Socials – the library is growing and changing!”

Easter Opening at the library

The West Yorkshire Sling Library will be open as usual over the Easter Holidays. We will run drop-in sessions on Weds 27th March, Weds 3rd April, Weds 10th April as usual, 10-3pm. Please feel free to pop by for anything sling and carrier related. I would ask that any doorstep swaps and non-urgent calls areContinue reading “Easter Opening at the library”

NOSY Syndrome – letting carried babies see the world

Carrying acrobatics This is a question we address again and again in the library – the tendency of some babies to want to grow eyes in the backs of their heads! Most common between 3-6 months, but can manifest anytime, it’s not confined to carried babies, and it can be constant. Any time you wantContinue reading “NOSY Syndrome – letting carried babies see the world”