This coming weekend is Nannypalooza in Chevy Chase Maryland. Carolyn Stulberg is presenting two workshops. Carolyn is from Solon Ohio, and is the Founder and Executive Director of The Alexandria School. Make sure to look for Carolyn and four of her students as they attend Nannypalooza.
Breast, Bottle or First Tastes to First Bites, Our First Year of Nutrition
Find out current thoughts on what goes in the “mouth of babes”. Pumping and storing of breast milk, formula updates, the latest on bottles and nipples will all be discussed. A making your own baby food demonstration with will be performed with taste tests included. Weaning from baby food to toddler food will be part of the discussion.
Unfolding the Mysteries of the Newborn
This is a workshop about the newborn from birth to the seventh day of life including appearance, jaundice, first feeds, and elimination. Understanding newborn development in the womb to the end of the first week is critical for anyone desiring to be a newborn care specialist.
More about Caryoln:
Alexandria School was founded in 2007 by Carolyn Stulberg, BSN, CCE, based on her passion for the highest quality in-home child care. With over 30 years of experience in child care education, Carolyn has worked in the pediatric wards and neonatal intensive care units of hospitals, taught prenatal, postnatal, parenting, grandparenting and breastfeeding classes, developed her own courses for creative play and current concepts in infant care, and is a mother of four herself. The instructors at Alexandria School, along with Carolyn and the school’s dedicated staff, are committed to educating and training nannies with a demanding, practical curriculum that will position graduates to be the best in the profession.