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March | 2014 | Jenny's Classes
28 Mar

Merrybumps

This is the new website of a friend and colleague Meriel De Vekey, has link to Mantenatal and lots of other things that may well be of interest to expectant mums and dads particularly those in the Royston or Cambridge areas.

 

Merrybumps | Useful links.

18 Mar

Finding quiet corners – looking after yourself when expecting a second or subsequent baby

Really lovely blog from my friend and colleague Meriel about subsequent pregnancies. Relax & Breathe courses can be another great way to find sometime for yourself and to prepare for birth this time around when you have child(ren) already – all mums-to-be are welcome.

 

Merrybumps | Finding quiet corners – looking after yourself when expecting a second or subsequent baby.

17 Mar

Mantenatal course in Cambridge

Great news two more Mantenatal workshops are now available to book – these will be on Saturday 31st may and Saturday 26th July – great chance for dads-to-be to explore pregnancy, birth and early parenting from their point of view. More details at www.mantenatal.com or find Mantenatal on Facebook and Twitter. Dads-to-be can book via the link below, there is still time to book for the workshop on 5th April.

Mantenatal course in Cambridge for Due dates from mid June to end July – 5G/C1066 | NCT.

04 Mar

Mantenatal

There are some spaces available for a Mantenatal workshop on Saturday 5th April in Cambridge – this is three hours dedicated to looking at pregnancy, birth and early parenting from the dads point of view – please do pass on to any expectant dads you know (whether it is their first baby or not) – details on the websitewww.mantenatal.com  also twitter @mantenatal and Facebook Mantenatal, dads can book via http://www.nct.org.uk/course/18888549