When words have little meaning, touch means the world to babies. Through loving touch and skin contact, you can help support your baby’s happy and healthy development.
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Sister Lilian, South Africa’s leading parenting and pregnancy advisor believes that, “the power is in a mother’s hands! Touch is the language of love. It is the essential connection between understanding each unique baby or toddler’s emotional needs and unleashing ‘mother science’ to improve sleep and take the fight out of discipline.”
Pampers and living and loving invite you to join them at a memorable brunch workshop with a talk by Sister Lilian.
Sister Lilian presents a thought provoking workshop that will help every parent enjoy the ride to the full and ensure that their little ones are the happiest, healthiest they can be.
“Not only is touching baby’s skin vital to health, happiness and development but it is as important as food for the survival of your baby”.
Date: Saturday, 6th March 2010 from 09h00. Workshop begins promptly at 09h30 and ends at 12h00
Venue: Country Club Johannesburg, Auckland Park
Cost: R150 per person. This includes a delicious brunch and an informative talk. You will also receive a goodie bag and a 6-month subscription to living and loving.
*Please note: no children under the age of 12 are allowed. Seats will be assigned on a first come first served basis. No refunds. For bookings and further information follow the links alongside.
We have two tickets up for grabs. If you would like to win one all you need to do is email Shaun and provide all your contact details (name, email, telephone number). Entries close on Monday, 1st March 2010.