Did you know that your unborn baby’s sense of touch, taste, hearing and sight all develop while still in the womb – some before you even know you are pregnant? How your baby experiences her sensory world while in the womb and also after birth has a profound impact on her sense of calm and overall happiness.
Baby Sense and BabyYumYum invite moms-to-be for a morning of information and inspiration where you will learn about your baby’s senses and its impact on her world. Three experts will address topics such as the womb to world transition, healthy mom = healthy baby and the secret to a sleeping baby.
The event is not just for mothers and mothers to be, and we welcome dads and dads to be to join as well. The Pregnancy Workshop serves as a valuable information source for both parents and parents to be.
We know you are ready for your baby’s birth, but are you Baby Sense ready?
Ann Richardson – Newborn sleep and routine
Sleep, or rather the lack of it, is probably the most discussed aspect of child care.
Sr Ann Richardson will share valuable advice about baby’s sleep routine and how to help her make sense of her sensory environment to develop her own and unique rhythm.
Kath Megaw – Healthy Mom = Healthy Baby
Establishing good nutrition during pregnancy through to the toddler years is possibly one of the best investments you will make for your child’s future and Kath Megaw’s talk will assist you by giving you some practical simple yet powerful nuggets of nutritional advice.
Welma Lubbe – From Womb to World
The transition from the womb to world is a period of enormous change and adjustment for you and your baby. In this informative talk Dr Welma Lubbe looks at how the senses develop in utero and at birth and how to use this information to make the transition from womb to world a smooth one, the secrets of foetus stimulation, and tips to manage colic and ensure a calm, contented little one.
Saturday, 11 June 2016
The Forum, Fourways
9 am – 1 pm
R350 per person, including breakfast and a gorgeous goody bag filled with products and information.
Secure your seat by booking online through the Baby Sense online shop.