Feed, Sleep, Poop, Love Info & Registration
A back-to-work-friendly course for mamas with babies in their first year, and those transitioning to toddlerhood. With Mary Esther Malloy and Kristin Lawless, author of Formerly Known as Food. FEEDing older babies, the SLEEP and POOP parts of life, baby-led learning, your relationship, mindful parenting. And lots of LOVE from a community of amazing mamas.
EARLY REGISTRATION DISCOUNT – IF YOU REGISTER BY SEPT 8, FEE IS $460 FOR 12 SESSIONS
To register, fill out the form below and pay the class fee. Then, be on the lookout for our confirmation email which contains an intake form. Please contact us if you have further questions or are interested in financial aid options: email@example.com, or 347.276.2819
For moms with babies approximately 4 months to 15 months, as you start this course.
Please note: we are flex on the baby age specs, but want to emphasize that this course is designed as a follow-up to the New Moms Talk Group. It is highly recommended to join that group first, but not absolutely necessary if your baby has aged out of The New Moms Talk Group.
Feed, Sleep, Poop, Love Topics, with Pre-Recorded Content for Each Session
You are welcome to join just one section, but we hope you will join us for the full course! Course Fee: $510 for 12 sessions.
Week 1. Welcome to Feed, Sleep, Poop, Love! Introducing Solids over the First Year: The Opposite of Worrying Approach
Week 2. Your Child’s Microbiota and Immunity: There’s no perfect, but there is a lot we can do, plus the emotional side of nourishing your baby and keeping yourself and your baby healthy.
Week 3. Sleep! – What’s normal, and how does everyone get the rest they need?
Week 4. Sleep 2 – Making change when change needs to happen. Supporting our babies and children through their big emotions around change
Week 5. Baby-led Pottying and other fun green parenting projects. Helping babies and toddlers get comfortable on the potty and other ways to minimize single use items (we do have a planet to save for these children).
Week 6. Everyday items to be thoughtful about: Plastic and toxins in our food supply? Sunblock for babies and toddlers? Alternatives to Tylenol?
Week 7. Matresence and Parenting in the 21st Century. How are you doing?
Week 8. Broths, Fermented Foods, and Fats for Babies and Toddlers Practicum Food as Medicine for the Family in the First Years with Baby
Week 9. Sleep: Open Workshop Troubleshooting Sleep Challenges
Week 10. Relationship Change and Parenthood. The beautiful postpartum body, sex, listening practices for staying connected and nourishing a healthy relationship.
Week 11. Getting Ready for the Emotional Life of Toddlers. The Emotional side of life for young people and four parenting practices you will want to know about.
Week 12. Getting Ready for Toddler years. Avoiding Picky Eating and more