Many people are ready for the lack of sleep during the newborn period but have no idea what to expect as baby grows. We’ll talk about what’s normal for baby’s sleep after the newborn period; how sleep matures; and what you can do to support the whole family’s sleep.
Bring your questions and concerns so that we can troubleshoot common sleep challenges! Popular topics include:
- Development and sleep
- Sleep regressions
- Night feeds and wake-ups
- Bedtime routines
- Sleeping through – when can you expect it?
- Self-soothing – can you teach it?
Sleeping After the 4th Trimester is part of our Beyond the Bump (Postnatal) parent education workshop series. This workshop series covers wellness and parenting topics for new families: breastfeeding, baby care, normal infant sleep, postnatal recovery, planning for new parenthood and more. See our Famiily Wellness web page for details.
Pricing and Registration
This workshop is designed to be taken as a series of 6 for $90 per parent/baby. Series pricing automatically applies when registering for 6 classes simultaneously.
Beyond the Bump – Spring 2019
12:30 pm – 1:30 pm St. March Church (Dance Studio)
- Apr 25 – Back to Work After Baby
- May 2 – Supporting Baby’s Development
- May 9 – Sleeping After the 4th Trimester
- May 16 – Postpartum Mental Health and Self-Care
- May 23 – Your Postpartum Body
- May 30 – Starting Solids
Individual workshop registration is $20 for one parent/baby pair. Contact us about bringing additional family members.
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About the Instructor
Kim Hawley, MA, MPH is a Holistic Sleep Consultant and Lactation Counselor, and the owner of Intuitive Parenting in Washington DC. She has also trained as a Bringing Baby Home Educator and childbirth educator. She loves helping parents find their confidence through evidence-based information and encouraging them to listen to their parenting instincts.
Kim lives in Capitol Hill, Washington DC with her husband, her two children, and a few animals, including her guide dog. She loves to run, read a good book, eat delicious food, and enjoy a glass of wine or cup of coffee.
About the Venue
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