Rowan Bay Ambassador – Teresa

Quite a few months back we recruited for some brand ambassadors and we were lucky to get some wonderful babywearers apply from all over the world. This blog post is the first in a series of pieces written by our ambassadors to tell you all a little more about themselves and what they do. The first post is from Teresa from 

‘I am Teresa of Momma Luvz and I write a blog about Babywearing, Reviews, and my Lifestyle as a mom. I live in Alberta, Canada now but spent most of my life growing up in the Yukon. As a Babywearing Educator I enjoy spreading the love and convenience of wearing and volunteer as the organizer of our local Lending Library. 

I am always excited to try new carriers, and woven wraps are my carrier of choice. The fibres, the patterns, the challenge, but most of all the closeness with my daughters. I love my Chrysler Heather wrap from Rowan Bay, and I am honored to be an ambassador. I can’t wait to get my hands on more from Rowan Bay soon! 

You can find me at or pop over and say hi at Momma Luvz on Facebook, I always love connecting with new parents and caregivers.’


Thank you Teresa.


First Post

This is the first post and I will make sure I keep it short. I am sat here just three days away from The Wrap Show planning on what I will be bringing along. I won’t be exhibiting, and the whole event is largely going to be a social affair (I hear there is proseccco in the evening… yippee!) – and hopefully I will be able to restrain myself from spending too much on all the wonderful items which will be available. I do however, plan on bringing along examples of the first two colourways of Chrysler; Marina and Heather, which will be released later this month so do feel free to come say hello and have a fondle of my wraps.

Thinking back to about a year ago when the idea of creating my own wrap company first occurred I can’t quite believe that within a couple of days I will have the first batch of wraps arriving at my doorstep.  I have to admit, the journey so far has been a little scary, as anyone putting their creations out to the public will understand, but mostly it has been really exhilarating. Some people have asked me how I find the time to set up Rowan Bay alongside juggling a full-time job and two children and the answer is – because I love it. It’s really that simple. I don’t mind spending my evenings sat drawing designs, choosing yarn colours, making websites and putting together the new booklet because Rowan Bay comes from the heart and doing all these things gives me an outlet for being creative in a way I perhaps wouldn’t get the chance to otherwise.

Anyway, that’s enough from me for now, and I’m looking forward to meeting some of you on Saturday!

x L x



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