“Pregnancy is 9 months. Birth is one day. Parenthood is for life.”
– Kristie Barlow
Are you expecting your baby soon and want to:
- Learn how to increase your bond with your baby and heal faster from birth?
- Feel more connected with your partner, and prepared to enter parenthood as a team?
- Develop informed and realistic expectations of life after baby arrives, and reflect on what is truly important to you as a family?
If so, then this workshop is for you!
Who is the workshop for?
This half-day interactive workshop is for you and your partner if you want to:
♡ Start building your vision for parenting and postpartum
♡ Learn how to increase your bond with your baby and heal faster from birth
♡ Avoid feeling overwhelmed, lonely and isolated in your early parenting journey
♡ Feel more connected with each other and prepared to enter parenthood as a team
♡ Develop informed and realistic expectations of postpartum and reflect on what is truly important to you as a family
♡ Start building your village and getting the support you really need and
♡ Prepare for a loving and enjoyable postpartum
What is included?
In this workshop you will:
♡ Learn the science behind baby brain
♡ Understand and start practicing ways to increase the hormone that helps you bond with your baby and partner
♡ Discover the ten major transitions into parenthood
♡ Clarify and define your expectations so you can have a realistic and enjoyable postpartum
♡ Improve communication with your partner so you can work together as a team once baby arrives
♡ Understand the value in trusting yourself
♡ Start building your village to get the help you REALLY need and avoid feeling isolated, lonely and overwhelmed
Each ticket includes registration for 2 adults and light refreshments.
What are other people saying?
So, how does this all sound to you?
Are you ready to prepare for a loving and enjoyable experience when you bring baby home?
Are you ready to work as a team with your partner and start creating your vision for parenting?
Are you ready to begin building your village of support to avoid feeling overwhelmed, lonely and isolated in your early parenting journey?