|Posted on March 6, 2015 at 6:28 AM|
We have a discussion/communication time in every Bradley™ class session. Towards the end of the series, we ask, "What else do you need/want to learn before your Sweet Pea arrives?"
Our Winter Class came up with the most varied list that we have had in a long time. There is a lot of information rattling around in my head after parenting and teaching for the last ten years, so I prepared this list for them and sent it out after class. Since the work was done, I also wanted to share it with you.
Please leave us a comment if your favorite resource in these categories is not listed. We are always glad to learn about more places that encourage and support growing families.
Baby Sign Language
Note: I personally do not believe in "baby" sign language. ASL is a language, and I believe it should be taught well *and* correctly. We do not change the language we verbally speak, because infants eventually learn how to pronounce words correctly. I passionately believe the same is true for ASL - show your child the correct signs, and they will make their own modifications until they can do it well, and then they will have it as a tool for the rest of their lives.
Bradley Method® natural childbirth classes offered in Arizona: Chandler, Tempe, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Mesa, Scottsdale, PaysonDevelopmental Milestones
Dunstan Baby Language(Baby Sounds)
First Children And Growing Your Family
Patience & Self-Discipline
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