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Pregnancy is a journey like no other. It is the start of a new human life. It is also the birth of a mother who, over nine months, changes in every possible way – physically, emotionally and socially.
Your nutrition, wellbeing and emotions during this wonderful time play a large role in defining the rest of your baby’s life. The experience must be safe and containing for you to provide your baby with the ultimate start and shape his potential.
These talks are for you if you are wanting to reduce the anxiety that may stem from the unknown and gain insight into how to: nurture, prepare and birth your bump.
Birth Your Way
Dr. Tom Mokaya
Day 1 Debunked
Dr. Britta McLaren
Fit for Motherhood
Dr. Danielle Prime
Congratulations on your new baby!… now what?
The early months of having a new little person in the home brings overwhelming joy, but also many very new challenges for the whole family. Navigating new-baby challenges need not be overwhelming. Simple guidance on sleep, calming your baby and nutrition will empower you with confidence to nurture your baby. Making life a little easier so you can connect and engage with your little one.
These talks are for you if you are looking for guidelines and insight into how to: Calm, Sleep and Nourish your baby.
Speaker to be announced
Tech and Tots
Allergies and the introduction of solids
Becoming a new parent is a life stage shift like no other!
With all the focus on pregnancy and having a newborn baby in the house, very little thought is given to how becoming a parent changes our relationships and finances. Going from adulthood to parenthood is a huge and often under-acknowledged shift in our world and taking the time to ponder on and visualise this chapter in our lives, both practically and emotionally can be a huge benefit to entire family unit.
These talks are for you if you want answers to your Finance, Bonding and Fatherhood questions.
Time management for working moms
Juggling the parent ball
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The statement “She sleeps like a baby!” takes on a whole new meaning when you become a parent! Our expectations of how a baby sleeps may be very far off from reality.
Unfortunately the truth usually only emerges a few months into parenthood – that sleep is one thing that will never be the same. The interesting part is that understanding how babies sleep holds the key to getting your baby to sleep.”
Sleep is a very complicated part of early parenting, which is part of the reason that it presents such a challenge. There are simply so many variables, from nutrition and health to anxiety and sensory needs.
These talks are for you if you are looking for solutions and approach to: Separation from you, Self Calming and Soothing.
Bedtimes for a good night sleep
Dry at night?
Why is my baby not sleeping?