As a new parent, you’re bombarded with advice from all corners—your local pharmacist, your mother-in-law, and your closest friends—all eager to share their “must-have” recommendations for your newborn. Amidst this sea of advice, media, adverts, and advertorials also claim that their featured product is an absolute necessity for your baby. This can lead to opening your wallet and embarking on a shopping spree in the name of parenting.
But what truly counts as essential when it comes to baby purchases? Consider this: since the womb offers an ideal calming environment, striving to recreate aspects of that environment in the first few weeks and months can be invaluable. Doing so can facilitate a smooth and joyful transition from the womb to the world, positively impacting various aspects of your baby’s development. So, while there’s an array of baby products on the market, focusing on creating a womb-like atmosphere when appropriate could be among the most beneficial choices you make for your little one.
So what can you do to help ease your baby’s transition from womb to world?
By understanding of your baby’s comforts in the womb you can help make your baby’s transition into the real world smoother by modeling her new sensory world on her sensory world in the womb.
Led by Infant Specialist Meg Faure (BSc.OT.OTR), this masterclass will explore the sensory essentials that you really need for the days and months after your baby’s arrival.
Enroll now and embark on a transformative journey to parent with confidence.