Limited spaces - we are now taking bookings for our next two classes starting 25th July and 3rd October.
Are you pregnant and would like to learn more about what to do when you hold your baby in your arms? These courses are for you.
Come rest, digest and enjoy with us while you meet your 'village' of postnatal health professionals to foster a stable environment of support for you and your baby.
The Pudding Club’s standard curriculum covers breastfeeding, bottle feeding, formula, basic newborn digestive biology, a baby’s cues, burping and calming techniques, developmental sleep, normal and abnormal health indicators and general practical care. They also focus on teaching proven, preventative measures for the behaviours of colic, reflux, lactose and dairy overload. Oh, and did I mention you also receive a delicious pudding to devour during class, a free copy of the best selling book, 'BabyCues - Nurture with Nature' which teaches parents how to nurture their baby with responsive, Bio-logical Care (life-logical care) nad many free giveaways from our sponsers.
So why wouldn't you come?
Where: 233 King Street, Rangiora
Duration: One evening a week for six weeks, each session runs for 1 1/2 hours and one six week course runs each term
Numbers: 6 couples or single parent per term
Please feel free to view our 'Course Content' on our website www.thepuddingclub.org...
book your space, and pudding, by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org, or phoning 021 185 4352.
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I'm certain I've seen something like this here in Aotearoa-NZ, but can't for the life of me recall where. It was in the back of the medicine cupboard. Let us know if you've seen, had - or have - one in your home.
A leading coronavirus expert is calling on the Government to make scanning at potential “super-spreader” venues, such as bars and nightclubs, mandatory amid continued low use of the Covid-19 Tracer app.
Epidemiologist Dr Michael Baker said the next six months would be a “very dangerous” time for the country with a high risk of an outbreak while waiting for the vaccine roll-out in April.
Do you think scanning should be mandatory at pubs, nightclubs, etc?
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