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Diapering for Dads
7:00pm - 8:00pm
Diapering for dads is an introductory workshop just for expecting fathers. Join us for a beer as we discuss all the basics you need to know to prepare for your new addition. Some of our featured topics will include:
·Wiping the difference between a boy and a girl
·Post- circumcision care
·How to care for an umbilical cord
·How to bathe a newborn
·Caring for a new mom
The class is $25 per person. Please stop into our San Francisco location or call (415)359-9205 to register for the class.
Can't make it on June 19th? Join us on July 24th or August 21st for another workshop.
Baby Sign Language Introductory Workshop
11:30am - 1:00am
Learn more than 40 basic signs that are based on American Sign Language (ASL). Discover the important benefits of signing and all the techniques of teaching your pre-verbal baby to sign. Fun activities and songs will show you how easy it is to integrate simple signs into your everyday routine. Birth to 18 months.
To learn more or to regsiter for the class, click here.
6 Week Baby Sign Language Boom Playgroup
This six-week playgroup is a fun opportunity for you to build your signing vocabulary with themes like mealtime, animals, colors, family, bedtime, and more. Two different playgroup series are offered for an increased opportunity to practice and build your signing vocabulary. One is called Playgroup Zoom and the other is called Playgroup Boom. No need to take them in order; you can start with either Zoom or Boom. Both Playgroup Boom and Playgroup Zoom include the essential basic starter signs and vary in the more advanced vocabulary. When babies are around 13 to 14 months old and expressing many signs, parents often enroll in the alternate series as a refresher course to grow their vocabulary.
Early Bird Price: $125 per individual/$185 per couple.
*It is recommended that you enroll in the Introductory Workshop prior to taking this playgroup series.
For more information and to register, click here.
For more information on baby sign language, see our blog article.