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Please see the detailed descriptions of the conference seminars.Â Have you purchased your tickets yet? Space is limited. Get them here today!
9:00 am â 10:30 am:
Conference welcome & Babywearing in Canada parenting redux presentation
Speaker: DÃ©bora Rodrigues, President and CEO, BabywearinginCanada.com
Description: I have been working in the field of babywearing since August 2008, and in that time I have seen many parents try to fully adopt all the principles of attachment parenting and fail.Â I believe it is because attachment parenting is an incomplete parenting modality, and even undermines some of the benefits gained through babywearing. It is past time to reframe AP, to put it into its cultural perspective, and develop something different.
Description: Breastfeeding is important.Â It is the best food for your baby.Â It is portable, and just the right mix as it changes throughout the day, including as your baby grows to meet its particular needs.Â The best thing about it, is its convenience and portability. Which makes it a perfect thing to combine with babywearing!Â Britt will explain at what age you should be able to comfortably start to wear and nurse your baby, explain what is a proper latch, what adjustments you might need to make to move your child from a nursing position and back again – depending on the carrier you are using.
Description: Being pregnant is hard on the body.Â As your hormones prepare you for birth, they cause the pelvic floor to loosen & weaken, making recovery can be challenging for some women.Â Karyn, from Kneaded Touch, is presenting jointly with DÃ©bora from Babywearing in Canada.Â This presentation will make excellent use of Karyn’s knowledge of anatomy as she explains how the pelvic floor works, how it is supported by the muscles through to the abdomen, and how it can be weakened by placing too much stress by bearing weight in the front. DÃ©bora will then detail impacts in selecting the proper baby carrier.
Description: C-Sections, even planned ones, can be extremely hard on a family trying to welcome a new baby into their fold.Â Not only is the mother uncomfortable & in pain, needing help with simple tasks upon release from hospital, but their spouse is also needing to cope with transitioning to parenting all while taking care of the mother and the babe.Â It can cause a significant amount of stress. Learn the issues parents face after a c-section.
2:30 â 3:30 pm:
Babywearing after a c-section
Speaker Andria Bell, Owner of Bellâs Babies
So how can babywearing assist new parents who have also undergone a c-section?Â Andria will describe the impacts of a c-section on a mother’s body, both drawing from her own personal experience and from her experience as a post-partum doula & babywearing educator.Â Andria will discuss realistic carrying after a c-section, and go through a variety of carriers to allow you to care forÂ both your body and your baby in this period.
4:00 â 5:00 pm:
Losing a child: Coping today, tomorrow, and forever
Speaker: Lorraine Rigby-Larocque, Owner of Birth to Breastfeeding
Losing your child is one of the most heart-breaking things a parent can experience.Â It happened to Lorraine 20 years ago and she still thinks of that child everyday.Â Lorraine has also survived many miscarriages (8), and cervical cancer.Â Yet, you can find a way to move through it.Â Lorraine will talk directly on this very sensitive topic while drawing for her own personal experiences, as well as an expert in pre-natal and post-partum care.
4:00 â 5:00 pm:
Kickstarting your Canadian baby carrier company
Speakers: Jenna Kelly & Bernadeth Betchi, Owners of TieLark
Jenna had a dream to transfer her love of fibre and artistry into a wearable piece of art that could be enjoyed by parents and their babes in one of the most touching ways imaginable, through babywearing.Â Joining her in this venture is her good friend Bernadeth.Â Come and learn of their journey, from planning their kickstarter, to learning how to weave, and how they arrived at their final wrap Prism with which they have launched their company.Â Learn the highs, the lows, and about all the places in between.