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Ok so here is "A Bit About Us"
We are a network of Certified Baby Nurses who have been loving, nurturing and caring not only for the newborn baby but also the newborn "Parents"
It is because of all the years we have spent in the homes of many lovely families caring for their most priced possessions as most clients like to call their newborns and because I have seen over the years how what is supposed to be the most joyous occasion for first time parents transforms itself for most in a nightmare and to me this is simply because most first time parents do not prepare properly for what they will be facing when their newborn baby arrives.
So because of this and many other reasons, I have put together this class for first time parents to be. This class is tailor made for first time parents who have had little if any interaction with the newborn baby and want to learn how to care safely and properly for their newborn baby or babies even if they are contemplating using the services of a baby nurse. Professional baby nurses live day in and out and for long periods of time in the homes of NYC finest families caring for their precious newborns so who better than us to educate you on what you as soon to be first time parents will "ALL" be experiencing when your newborn baby or babies arrive.
To learn a bit about our philosophies please read my blog at: http://www.newborncaremadesimple.com/blog On my website there are testimonials from my clients who are ready to provide verbal references if need be. My references are "REAL" all clients easily verified.
A excerpt from my soon to be released book: "Newborn Care Made Simple Book"
Breastfeeding: beautiful, natural bonding. But that's only half the story.
In my opinion, breastfeeding classes should not be given to first time moms before the baby is born. Absolutely no one knows beforehand who is going to be able to breastfeed and who is not. What I do know is how traumatic and painful it is when you feel prepared, but can't practice what you have come to expect.
First time moms can have a terrible time when they find out that they simply will not have enough milk to feed their baby. Breastfeeding is best, but breastfeeding advocates can sometimes go too far, making a new mom feel like a failure, or even like less of a mother if she can't produce all the milk Baby needs, or otherwise can't make nursing happen.
Proponents say that the human race would not have survived if every woman couldn't breastfeed. What happened before there was formula, or even before we had access to cow or goat milk? The answer is this: It took a village. If my milk didn't come in, or wasn't adequate, or came late, I would have sisters, neighbors, even my own mother there to nurse my baby. So please never think that new moms have historically shouldered their burdens alone.
Not knowing beforehand can be devastating to the strongest of women, because the first thing that is embedded in their heads is that formula is poison and that their child will not benefit as much from formula as they will from breast milk. Formula is the second best thing, and second best can be a lifesaver. Second best is not the worst.
Because everything that revolves around "Pregnancy" is a huge mystery I believe that the first class any first time parent should receive is the one that teaches and prepares the newborn parent to deal with exactly what both parents especially mom is going to be up against once life begins at home with their newborn baby. Not only you but every first time parent experiences some difficulties during the post-partum period, a period where both feel completely overwhelmed by the arrival of their newborn baby or babies and a lot of this feeling I believe has to do with them being guided in the wrong direction. A breastfeeding class should not be the first class first time moms take simply because no one knows ahead of time who is going to be breastfeeding material and who won't.
A lot to do about being a parent has to do with using your "common sense" so think about it, why take breastfeeding classes ahead of time if you do not know if you are going to be blessed by the breastfeeding goddesses producing enough milk to feed your singleton or twins. By attending breastfeeding classes first is a set up, one that if you fail it leaves the new mommy feeling incompetent, vulnerable and feeling as she is lacking in any way so do not set yourself up for what can be a devastating fall, wait till your baby is born and then take breastfeeding classes or get a baby nurse that has experience with lactation. It's as simple as that.
The class that you need to take is one that teaches you how to care for your newborn baby and teaches you exactly what you and every mom before you have experienced when their newborn baby arrives. By learning how to care for your newborn baby and how to prepare arms you with confidence, I have always said: To be prepared is to be capable so this class even if you have a baby nurse and she gets sick or you simply do not see eye to eye, should you have to let her go, while waiting for her replacement you know exactly what to do with your newborn.
Most first time parents are scared stiff of the newborn baby and that is simply because they do not know much about their care nor what to expect.
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THE NEWBORN BABY CARE WORKSHOP FOR FIRST TIME PARENTS TO BE
A THREE HOUR CLASS COVERING THE FOLLOWING:
1. Baby Needs
2. Newborn Baby Care
3. In hospital treatment
4. What every first time parent will experience when their newborn baby arrives
5. The Truth About Breastfeeding
6. The Importance Of Getting The Newborn Baby On A Working Nightime Sleep Schedule
7. The Importance Of Discipline and Structure In The Newborn Baby's Life
8. Defining The Baby Nurse Also (Clients and Baby Nurse Role)
9. Interviewing Questions For Baby Nurses and Caregivers that clients do not ask
10. Dads role during and after pregnancy
11. The magic power of the "DREAMFEED"
12. Newborn Care Basics: Swaddling, Burping and much more.
Parents Supporting This Class: A Medical Doctor, A Registered Nurse, Past First Time Clients and Professional Certified Baby Nurses.
SATURDAY JANUARY 17TH 2015 ~ 1:00 PM ~AT:
AT: STEPPING OUT STUDIOS
37 West 26th Street, 9th Floor
(between Broadway and 6th Avenue)
New York, NY 10010
Special Rate Per Person:$100.00 Special Rate Per Couple: $150.00
Each Parent Receives A Copy Of "The Baby Nurse Interview Questionnaire" Also A List containing All Baby Needs.
Snacks and Refreshments Served
For All Info Call: The Newborn Baby Workshop: 347 499 1916
Thanks for your time and I do hope to hear from you!
Remember you saw this here first, anyone else trying to duplicate is a follower and not a leader. It takes an original to be an original. This workshop is original of Newborn Care Made Simple. "The Newborn Baby Care Workshop" Thanks