Little ones from a parent and baby group in Dulwich have donned their fancy dress to fund research into miscarriage and stillbirth.
This month, babies and parents who take part in classes at Baby Sensory Dulwich went on a “wild west adventure” to raise money to help raise funds for national charity Tommy’s.
All funds raised will go towards the charity’s research into miscarriage, premature birth, and stillbirth.
Tragically, one in four women lose a baby during pregnancy or birth.
To raise funds the babies who take part in the classes were sponsored to dress up in their best cowboy and cowgirl costumes.
The babies were part of a group taking part in baby sensory classes, which use glowing balls, light shows, puppets, bubbles, rainbows, massage, signing and songs, to help stimulate babies’ development and encourage parent-baby bonding.
“Sensathon is a great way for mums and dads to involve their babies in a good cause,” Jane Brewin, the chief executive of Tommy’s, said.
“Tommy’s relies on the generosity and hard work of its supporters like Baby Sensory to continue its pioneering research to prevent pregnancy complications.
“We hope everyone taking part has an amazing time!”