Baby on the way or a newborn has just joined the family?
Do you feel fully prepared for the many real-life challenges you may face as a new parent? If not, you’re not alone.
Studies have shown that an ill-prepared parent has a higher chance to suffer from lack of sleep, couple disharmony, poor health, stress and anxiety.
The best way to prevent is to prepare during pregnancy.
In our Newborn Preparation Course, you’ll learn …
…and much more!
** Best to attend from the 4th to 8th month of pregnancy to allow enough time to rest and practice.
Through our class, you will be able to…
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Sharon Ow is a Founder of Mummy Baby Care and a mother of two children.
A Certified Baby Language Instructor and the First Singaporean, Certified INNATE Postpartum Care Practitioner.
Sharon helps first-time pregnant parents like yourself to discover how the W.O.R.D.S technique can help you and your baby sleep well.
When I was pregnant with my first baby many years ago, I did not see the need to attend any baby courses.
I thought I could use my parenting style to provide the best care for my first baby – so I only prepared myself up to the point of birth.
It is true that motherhood marks a milestone in our lives and will undoubtedly change everything.
An exhausted first-time mother cannot take care of her baby or respond quickly to her baby’s needs.
My biggest challenge was the lack of sleep due to the night feeding in the first few months; over time, it was hard for me to relax and sleep. As a result, I ended up with postnatal depression and anxiety.
Like many first-time parents, it never crossed my mind that sleep could be an issue, as we all know that newborns usually sleep 14-17 hours in every 24 hours.
No one understood what I went through, and I wanted to know what I did wrong.
To make sense of difficult postnatal recovery, I took many courses to relearn what I missed on mummy and baby care.
I realised that caring for a newborn is not as straightforward as feeding, burping, changing the diaper, and getting the baby to sleep.
Over the past ten years of working with first-time parents and babies, I discovered the W.O.R.D.S. technique to help first-time parents and babies sleep well.
Caring for a newborn is easy if first-time parents have the proper skill, techniques, and updated knowledge.
Click here to listen to my difficult postnatal experience that makes me a passionate Newborn Care Instructor on “Every Mother Matters” here:-
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