Happy Weekend. November 01 2013, 0 Comments
Good To Know:
Day Light savings is Sunday, here are some old posts from our sleep section.
Above Photo from The Glow, part of 7 Best Mom Blogs For Style
Upcoming Caribou Classes:
Babywearing for Newborns: Sat Nov 2, 16 and 23, 11:15am - $10 with $10 store credit on in-store purchases the day of the event. Sign up here. People have used baby carriers for thousands of years for a reason. Babywearing allows parents to attend to the needs of their baby while also getting things done. In this 45 minute seminar, we will introduce the five best carriers for newborns, show you why we love them, and help you choose the best one for your family.
Childbirth Education Weekend Intensive: Sat Nov 2nd and Sun Nov 3rd, 12:30-6pm. $350, Sign uphere. Offered by Birth Day Presence, this class is designed to prepare expectant parents for the labor experience.
Eat, Drink, DOULA! Sun, Nov 17th 3pm, FREE! Sign up here. Come meet BirthFocus doulas at their FREE doula open house!! BirthFocus understands the process involved in choosing the right doula to join women and their families on a most intimate experience, the birth of a baby! At this FREE “Eat, Drink, DOULA” open houses, they give pregnant women, and their partners, a chance to learn more about their doula practice and to connect intimately with several doulas through one on one interviews. They lovingly refer to these events as "speed dating for doulas" as each expecting couple will have a chance to meet with 4-5 doulas, of varying experience levels, throughout the event.
Infant, Child and Adult CPR Training and Certification: Sat, Nov 23rd, 11:30am, $80-$100, Sign uphere. Provided by Baby Be Safe, this class is intended for Moms, Dads, nannies, or anybody else who watches your baby or cares for your family. You will learn the skills for prevention, recognition, and treatment for choking (Heimlich), respiratory, and cardiac emergencies (CPR) for infants and children. There will also be hands on practice using infant and children mannequins. Take advantage of this excellent opportunity to either learn for the first time or to brush up on your infant CPR and first aid skills.
Above Photo by Kelly Stuart