Preparing for Baby Class
- What you need to buy for baby
- What to expect - newborn
- What to expect - parents
- Breastfeeding 101 / Bottle feeding
- Practice swaddling, diapering, soothing, etc.
- How to get more sleep and stay well fed
- Registry set up
- Setting up your house
- SIDS – minimizing the risks
- This class is 2.5 hours in-home visit or can be Virtual
Our Certified Babywearing Educator can come to your home to show you how to comfortably wear your baby in a carrier or wrap. Babywearing allows you to get things done at home and get out of the house much more easily. Leave your heavy stroller at home and cease worrying about where the elevator is, or how you will navigate your trip. Learn to carry your baby in a way that will result in less stress for you and less crying for your baby!
Babywearing is great for:
- Parents of multiples
- Babies who needs to be held more often
- Bonding with your baby/toddler
- Babies with reflux who needs to be held upright after feeding
- Being able to take your baby out and be hands-free
- This class is a 1.5 hour in-home visit or can be Virtual
Becoming a parent is exciting, with many new experiences, emotions and a ton of questions! This is an evidence-based childbirth education class which covers essential information on labor and delivery, comfort techniques, medical procedures, cesarean birth, VBAC and newborn and postpartum care, and highlights ways partners can help throughout the process.
We have two different options for Private (One Couple) Childbirth Education Classes:
The Childbirth Education "crash" course:
- Preparing for birth: exercises and knowledge to employ to create your best birth
- Early, active, transition and pushing stages
- Coping strategies for each phase
- Touch on interventions
- Logistical planning for the big day as a team
Childbirth Education Class:
6 hours of Childbirth Education
Meet with your CBE two times. Each time is a 3 hour class.
- What to have in your birth bag
- Preparing body and mind for the third trimester
- Understanding hormones in birth
- Stages of labor
- Comfort techniques; Natural coping measures, medical coping measures, how partners can help
- Interventions in birth
- Routine procedures and options with evidenced based information
- Preparing for Postpartum
- We will watch a few clips of childbirth videos. You will get a recommended reading list, which includes information on breastfeeding.
You are welcome to create your birth plan and share via email.
Classes are conducted by Birth + PostPartum Doulas, Childbirth Educators, Lactation Counselors and Sleep Consultants.
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