April 25, 2019
9:00am - 10:00am
Bozeman Public Library
SURVIVING AND THRIVING WITH THE INFANT WHO IS MORE INTENSE, ALERT, SENSITIVE, ACTIVE AND
STRUGGLES TO SLEEP
Four free parenting classes will be held Thursdays from
9-10:00am, April 25 to May 16 in the Bozeman Public
Library’s small conference room.
Caregivers are encouraged to attend all 4 workshops, but if needed may only register for select classes.
The series is limited to 15 parents. Free childcare is available. Please register your children for the childcare. You will be asked if you need childcare while registering for the class through Sign Up Genius. This ensures that we have enough childcare providers.
REGISTER HERE: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/904054aa8af23aa8-raising
Do you wonder why your baby takes 20 minute “cat naps” while other babies sleep for two hours? Does your baby “startle” and wake whenever laid down, yet sleep if she’s
Can your baby escalate in seconds from a mere whimper to struggling to catch her breath and choking on spit screams?
Join Dr. Mary Sheedy Kurcinka to discover:
What makes babies spirited - an eye-opening exploration of the arousal system
Why taking care of yourself, calms your baby
Effective strategies to stop the shrieks and soothe your baby
Successful techniques for naps, nighttime sleep, eating, going out and more
How these babies possess traits that can lead them to excel
This workshop is interactive, informative, humorous and thought provoking!
About the presenter:
Mary Sheedy Kurcinka, Ed.D
Best-selling Author, Speaker, Licensed Teacher and Parent Educator