Are you pregnant? Are you attending a prenatal class?

Most prenatal classes focus on labour and delivery. Of course knowing what to expect in labour is important, but it is just as important to learn how to care for your brand new baby. You do not want to worry about how to get the baby to latch, whether baby is getting enough milk, or gaining adequate weight after the baby is born. Instead learn about all these things before your baby is born and you will be relaxed and anxiety free after baby comes.

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The Yearling House, therefore, is presenting India’s FIRST online prenatal class.
You will learn how to get off to the best start with breastfeeding, the best way to bathe, massage and clothe your baby and simple everyday strategies to ensure optimal development for your baby, while sitting in the comfort of your home!

The following topics will be covered:

1. Why breastfeeding is important
2. How to latch your baby
3. How often to feed your baby
4. Different positions for breastfeeding
5. How to tell if your baby is getting enough milk
5. What is infant jaundice
6. When and how to bathe your baby
7. How to massage your baby
8. The importance of tummy time
9. Different positions you can use for tummy time
10. Easy strategies to enhance your baby’s development

You will get a handout for easy reference later and a FREE copy of the 2 month “Ages and Stages Questionnaire”, a screening tool used for tracking your baby’s development. Learn more about the Ages and Stages Questionnaire here.

To register, email us at theyearlinghouse@gmail.com

Date and Time: 20th December, 11 am to 1 pm

Fees: Rs 1000/-

Speaker: Aparna Bhat, PT, CLEC (USA)

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  • Beth Bishop
    March 29, 2017 at 10:16 am

    Not every woman wants to take her partner to an prenatal class, for whatever reason, and this is why women-only classes are an option. Single […] Read MoreNot every woman wants to take her partner to an prenatal class, for whatever reason, and this is why women-only classes are an option. Single women and those whose partners are away may find these classes particularly useful. Many others also enjoy the close bond that can develop in women-only classes, where you often have the opportunity to talk and discuss subjects that may not be covered during couples' classes. Sometimes a fathers' session is offered during the course as well. Read Less

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