Are you anxious about what to expect
as a first time parent? Or stress out
on how to look after your little infant?
Don’t worry, come join us and learn
practical tips on parenting. Yes, you
can be a confident parent!
This course aims to help new parents gain confidence in knowing their baby. Through this programme, you will learn how to assess your baby’s needs help your baby achieve a good night’s sleep manage your new…
The 1st Year Parenting Course consists of 4 sessions, where each session lasts about 3 hours.
The Toddler Years Parenting Course consists of 4 sessions, where each session will last about 3 hours
“The 1st 60 Days course definitely benefited us. We gained a lot of knowledge on how to take care of our baby such as how to set a routine, how to train our baby and how to get them to sleep through. Most importantly is, the training worked! Our girl slept through 7 hours at night when she was 11 weeks old and slept through 9 hours at night when she was 13 weeks old.”
Tze Woon & Meichan, 1st 60 Days Class
“The 1st Year course helped formalise parenting information and practice that weren’t unfamiliar and in fact have been passed down generations. However, that is the exact point – the course cemented a number of these parenting ways and helped unravel the mystery behind others. The trainers didn’t force-feed participants their beliefs – like many a parenting book does – but instead make suggestions after hearing out our issues of concern. Both parents should attend!”
Calvin & Callie, 1st Year Class
“As first time parents, we were both overwhelmed by the conflicting advice we hear all around by friends and relatives. So when we attended 1st 60 Days and the 1st Year, it actually provided us the confidence to think through before reacting. With all the tips and techniques taught, we have a baby who can sleep through the night without patting, rocking or walking around.”
Yongxin & Marie, 1st 60 Days Class, 1st Year Class
“The 1st 60 Days course has motivated us to be the happiest parents and the 1st Year course has inspired us to raise our happiest baby. We are really happy for the confidence these two courses have given us and we definitely recommend to all happy-parents-to-be!”
Shaowei & Si’en, 1st 60 Days Class, 1st Year Class
“All I can say is without attending both workshops, I think I won’t know what to do with Reuven. The routine feed & sleep through are really fundamental to healthy development. We are so glad that the 1st60Days team guided us through this journey. As for his current stage, what food to give, high chair manners etc., all are so appropriate! I think I would b totally worn & lost had I not learnt what to expect n how to transit from milk to solids. I also benefited greatly on how to manage wake time activities. I sincerely thank all of u for your sharing and constant support! :)”
Gwendy & Ray, 1st 60 Days Class, 1st Year Class
“As a first time parent, the course benefited us in many ways. From managing baby cries to working towards a routine with the goal to let baby sleep through the night. We attended the course and was hopeful that our baby will sleep through the night before my maternity ended. We are proud to say that we made it! Until today, there are still friends or colleagues who say we are so lucky that our baby slept through so young. To them, its sheer luck but to us, we know that it is the routine that helped. If you are a first time parent, this is a program that you can’t miss.”
Gordon & Esley, 1st 60 Days Class
“The 1st 60 Days course has prepared us well to welcome the arrival of little Sheldon. Our parenting journey has been a great and fulfilling one. This is definitely not by chance but with the parenting knowledge we have acquired during the course. At 9 weeks of age, he slept through the night for 7 hours. We could have better control of time and Daddy could have a good rest at night. With Sheldon sleeping through, Mummy could also rest better as there is no need for the middle of the night feed, just a quick expressing of milk and sleep.”
Wai Wang & Sharon, 1st 60 Days Class