The time is fast approaching for our next course, starting the 7th February, and I am pleased to say that we still have three places available so if you know of anyone that is pregnant please feel free to share this post far and wide...
We are also open to taking bookings for the second class in 2017, which begins on the 2nd May 2016.
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 and 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).
So why wouldn't you come?
Next Course open for bookings: 7th February 2017
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
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 email@example.com, or phoning 021 185 4352.
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