Thursday, October 15, 2009

Meet Lucy from Baby Sensory

Some of you may have met Lucy at the Harpenden Fayre last month, well, here's a bit more about her and what she does....

"Hi, my name is Lucy and I got involved with Baby Sensory 3 years ago. I was the 1st franchisee and was based in the Bromley area. I built the business up and at its peak I had 245 babies a week signed up to the classes. I sold the Bromley business while I was 7 months pregnant, sold our house and moved to Wheathampstead just 3 weeks before becoming a Mama. Now a Mum myself - 14 weeks ago!! I have a beautiful baby girl - Eva. "
Lucy then decided to set up Baby Sensory - St Albans after the success in Bromley and hoped the local Mums and Dads would enjoy the classes just as much as they had in the Bromley area. Lucy has a class leader - Kara who runs the classes, as she wanted to focus on being a Mum for a while and enjoy her own baby girl.
Lucy says, "Eva is so lucky as she gets to go to the classes twice a week, once with Mummy and then with Daddy - he loves it too - great bonding for all of us!! ".

Baby Sensory provides something new for parents and babies to look forward to every week. Activities include every possible sensory experience from sign language to fibre optic light shows, amazing bouncy light balls, rainbows, bubbles, bells, baby scuba diving effect and a whole lot more! No session is ever the same. What's really exciting about Baby Sensory is that it is not only designed to encourage early infancy development (babies have the ability to take in twice as much information than college students), but also to provide literally hundreds of simple and tangible activities that you can take home to have fun and develop with your baby.

All activities are accompanied by fun, upbeat music, some of which is original to Baby Sensory. From Mozart to Rock and Roll, there is something to suit every baby and every occasion. Parents entering the universe of parenthood won't go far wrong with Baby Sensory as the sessions are also designed to help parents understand the needs of their baby, how to comfort, massage and communicate through signing - Lucy currently has babies at the age of eight months capable of asking for things such as "more milk" through simple sign language! The joy and sense of awe that arises from seeing your baby learn, communicate and develop is well worth the effort of squeezing it into your weekly schedule. In fact, Lucy is so confident you'll love Baby Sensory that she offers the first session completely free of charge so you have the opportunity to join in on a fun session with no obligation!
To find out more vist the Baby Sensory website. Also you can contact
Kara via email - or call her on 07810 695637 with any questions you may have.


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