We first started Jolly Babies when my little girl was 8 weeks old and we have both absolutely loved every single class since then (she’s now almost 11 months). I started even though my baby was so young because I wanted a reason to get out of the house and meet other Mums and I remembered reading about how Katie had started going to Jolly Babies herself when her little girl was only weeks old to fight PND. This gave me the confidence to sign up. At first my baby slept through most of the class, but I still enjoyed getting out (Katie was so welcoming and friendly) then after only a couple of classes my baby was awake throughout most of the class and very quickly learned how to use musical instruments, clap her hands, wave and eventually roll a ball. I’m sure she was only able to clap as early as she did thanks to the clapping songs at Jolly babies. If you’re wondering if these classes are for you, or if your baby is too young I urge you to give them a try as I’m sure you’ll be pleasantly surprised at what your little one picks up.