As a little girl, most of us dream of, or at least entertain the idea of becoming a Mum one day.
Finally the time comes when we are at an age where we thought it might have happened or will be happening. Sometimes motherhood comes earlier than we planned, sometimes it is difficult to conceive. Other times we may find ourselves without a partner and therefore feel it may never happen. And then there are our careers that often take priority in our 20’s, an optimum time to fall pregnant and cope with little children while we still have the energy.
All Mums are welcome at Bring it on Baby. We understand there is not one type of Mum that prepares for Labour, Birth and Motherhood, there are many types.
We touch on coping with anxiety, postnatal depression signs, coping in your new role as a mum and as new parents. We encourage self-care and believe a couple that work together, support each other and communicate throughout pregnancy, labour & birth will have a happier experience to reflect on.
We understand that adults all learn differently and that is why we mix the class up with many activities and opportunities to gain information. Some couples don’t know what they don’t know and others come with information from previous courses, books they have read or advice from friends who have had babies. All ideas, questions and comments are welcome.
We encourage Dads to talk and explore what it is to be a Dad. This Helps Mothers in our groups to better understand their partners/ fathers to be and what they are thinking, experiencing and looking forward to.
At Bring it on Baby, we want to build solid relationships that can continue into early parenthood, a relationship that can cope when times get tough, sleep deprivation kicks in and lifestyles have changed. Becoming a new mum or dad/new parents is a big adjustment to the life you previously led. There are ups and downs, curve balls and overwhelming moments of love for you baby that you will experience.
Learn more about Bring it on Baby Antenatal Online Education