Getting clued up for your little one's arrival?
Our online Parents to Be Events can help


Calling all mamas and papas to be! Get free advice and support from the comfort and safety of your own home with our online Parents to Be Events. Watch our 3 expert speakers give live talks about all things bumps, birth and babies via video call, with a Q&A session to get all the answers you need. Our next event is Sunday 21st March, where our guests will be talking all about sleeping well in pregnancy and beyond.

Life with a little one can be tiring, so it’s important that the whole family gets a good night’s sleep. If your forty winks feel a little more like twenty, we’re here to help.

  How it works


ONE

Book onto one of our Parents to Be Events using the calendar above.

TWO

You’ll get a confirmation email, then we’ll send you a link 1 hour before the event starts.

THREE

Click on the link in your email when it’s time for the event to start.

  Benefits Include


Expert Advice

Advice & support from our 3 guest speakers.

All from the comfort of your own home

Your Questions Answered

Submit your questions to [email protected] when you book your place and our speakers will answer as many as possible during the event

  Our Guest Speakers


Bridget Supple
NCT

Award winning NCT Antenatal Educator Bridget Supple is joining us to talk about you can sleep better during pregnancy and beyond. Bridget will be sharing her top 10 tips, from how to relax to cutting down on your caffeine, as well as chatting through a handy bedtime routine checklist.

Kate Ball Mini First Aid

Mum of six Kate Ball is the founder of Mini First Aid, who deliver award winning classes for the whole family. Kate is joining us to talk about safe sleep for your little one, from where your baby sleeps to the perfect room temperature – Kate is here to guide you every step of the way.

Lisa Lamb
The Night Ninja

Lisa is a certified sleep consultant and a mum of three, and she’ll be joining us to give you a deeper understanding and all the tools you need to adjust your baby’s sleep. In Lisa’s words “if you’re winging-it-and-killin’-it now (despite exhaustion!), then imagine who you’ll be when you finally get the sleep you need”.