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Hi, My friend, 1st-time mom is struggling with her “professional” nanny — who only wants to do housework and not take care of the baby! — though she came highly recommended!  Can she dismiss her and re-employ another? Is that a wise thing to do?  She is into her third week of having this nanny.  She could not rest well cos she is taking care of the baby herself all the time!

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Hi, My friend, 1st-time mom is struggling with her “professional” nanny — who only wants to do housework and not take care of the baby! — though she came highly recommended!  Can she dismiss her and re-employ another? Is that a wise thing to do?  She is into her third week of having this nanny.  She could not rest well cos she is taking care of the baby herself all the time!

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Posted on 12/10/2015

Thanks for sharing resources @Snowylove

anyone has such lobang in the west?

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Posted on 12/10/2015

Hi Daisy, I highly recommend Mrs Wong Boh Boi’s antenatal class!

I went for her class 2yrs+ ago and till date, I’ve friends who are going to be first-time parents, attending her class too. You won’t be bored in her class (if Im not wrong, its a 2hrs lesson) as she’s quite a funny person(cracking jokes sometimes) and her lessons is very informative & clear!
Your hubby can sit in together with you too.

She’s with Thomson medical and her lesson is rather popular so you’ve to book fast!
Location wise will be at AMK Hub.

You can book the class over here: https://apps.thomsonmedical.com/cbe/courses/weekly-course

:)

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Posted on 08/10/2015

check out Parentcraft Centre at Thomson Medical.

The joy and excitement of bringing new life into the world has inspired us to explore and discover better ways of serving you and our young patients.

Thomson ParentCraft services are designed as part of our ongoing efforts to help expectant and new mothers enjoy their experience during pregnancy and after delivery.

a. Childbirth Education Course

b. HypnoBirthing Classes

c. Homecare Service

d. Confinement Nanny Service

e. Breastfeeding Counselling

f. Baby Massage

g. Weaning to Solids at 6 Months

h. Parent and Baby Fitness

i. Infantcare Training Programme

j. First Aid Training Programme

k. Postnatal Hotline

l. Thomson Postnatal Support Group for Mothers

m. Outpatient Consultation

n. Confinement Food

http://www.thomsonmedical.com/parentcraft-centre/

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Posted on 01/10/2015

You can take up prenatal classes at Mother and Child. But it is quite ex, each lesson costs $96. Anyone knows any alternatives?

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    • October 8, 2015 7:57 pm
    pls see my post below. Hope u find it useful.
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    • October 8, 2015 7:57 pm
    sorry! i meant this msg for Daisy!
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Posted on 28/09/2015

Does anyone know of any courses/lessons for first time parents, on how to care for a newborn baby?

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    • October 8, 2015 7:58 pm
    HI, pls see my post below. Hope u find it useful.
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Posted on 21/09/2015

oops! sorry for this late reply! hope your friend coped well! i personally would not dismiss cos hard to find another substitute. New moms usually get better as time goes by. Cheer her on!

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