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Essentials Of Baby Care And Newborn Development - Prenatal Workshop
Saturday, January 21, 2023, 10:00 AM until 1:30 PM
HRP Mamas Workshops
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PRENATAL WORKSHOP: INFANT CARE AND Newborn Development
with BONU DECAIRES
Join us for a three hour workshop on newborn development and essential newborn care skills --for expectant parents.
This comprehensive prenatal workshop provides a roadmap to the newborn phase and helps you to understand your baby on a deeper level when all they seem to do is eat, sleep, and poop. The workshop will give expectant and newborn parents the tools to navigate the critical first three months of transition with their new baby.
We will cover:
• Research supported practical how to's on baby care
• Understanding baby's physical and mental development
• Parental bond with your baby
• Establishing healthy sleep habits
Via Zoom Live Interactive Group Workshop
[Recordings are not enabled to respect privacy of participants]
Class meets over four hours with a one hour break in the middle.
Bonu deCaires is a Certified Cooperative Childbirth Educator, through the Childbirth Education Association of Metropolitan New York (CEA/MNY), and a Certified Labor Support Doula and Labor Doula Trainer, through Doulas of North America. She holds B.A. in Biology from Amherst College, and a Master's in Nutritional Science from The University of Massachusetts. Bonu has completed a year of post graduate coursework in Anatomy and Physiology, and certified in adult and infant CPR and neonatal resuscitation. Bonu has educated thousands of parents on childbirth, newborn care and breastfeeding and, most importantly, has served as a doula at over 700 births.