Daisy Infant Feeding Workshop Eastville

Class Description

A workshop for expectant mums either alone or with their partner to help understand your feeding choices, explore both breastfeeding and bottle-feeding options, cut through the myths and challenges and prepare for your own confident feeding journey.

When it comes to feeding your baby it seems everyone has an opinion or response, it’s such an emotive subject for many. Daisy helps expectant mums and parents prepare for the confident feeding journey that is right for them. This fundamental step of your continuous perinatal support takes the best elements of breastfeeding workshops, infant feeding education and peer support and wraps all of these together in a powerful educational workshop that allows you the confidence that comes from realising you can be prepared.

Our unique Daisy Infant Feeding Workshop draws on the best of breastfeeding education, responsive bottle feeding knowledge and parent preparation to create one very powerful combination. From equipment to sterilisation, overcoming breastfeeding challenges to exploring other options and informing your own individual choices – we’ve got you covered.

Daisy Infant Feeding workshops are for expectant or new mums, either alone or with their partner, are suitable to attend at any stage of pregnancy or the very early days with baby and are designed to support your informed and confident feeding choices. Workshops are 2.5 hours long and are delivered both as part of the full Daisy Parent workshop series or are accessible as a stand-alone workshop at a cost of £40.

Private workshops are available on request.

Additional information

Workshop

Sunday 13th October

Daisy Infant Feeding Workshop Eastville

£40.00

Sunday 13th October @ 13:30- cafe@Mothercare, Unit 1A/B, Eastgate Retail Park, BS5 6XX

Private or group workshops are available on request.

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