Authors Patricia Porrey & Pamela Jones announces availability of their newly published book in an official launch event set on May 5th 2019
Learn secrets and tips from baby nurses and veteran parents to build your confidence about pregnancy, infant care and bringing your baby home. Baby’s don’t come home with instruction manuals, but with our Raising Confident Parents book, now they do.
The journey of parenthood is difficult and challenging to many. This book will help pregnant women and new parents build their confidence, overcome sleep deprivation and learn healthy sleep habits for the whole family.
BOOK LAUNCH DETAILS:
Date: May 5th, 2019
Time: 2 PM – 5 PM
Location: Capri Banquet Hall 6240 Joliet Road Countryside, IL
Opening remarks at the event by Colleen Carroll, Founder of Friends of Conor Foundation at Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago.
In their book titled Raising Confident Parents: Secrets from Baby Nurses and Parents about Pregnancy, Infant Care, and Achieving Sweet Dreams, Porrey and Jones reveals practical strategies designed to help readers on what they did not expect while expecting, tips for while you are in the hospital, how to keep your relationship alive after the baby comes, how to handle postpartum depression, and so much more.
For a limited time, the authors are offering a limited number of FREE Downloadable copies of the book.
For more information visit: http://www.raisingconfidentparentsbook.com/.
About Patricia Porrey and Pamela Jones
Pat Porrey and Pam Jones are the authors of the book, Raising Confident Parents: Secrets from Baby Nurses and Parents about Pregnancy, Infant Care and Achieving Sweet Dreams.
Pam a 25-year veteran postpartum nurse, saw firsthand that due to shorter hospital stays many new moms were not getting the education they needed before bringing their newborns home. Pam enjoyed teaching new moms and caring for their newborns so much that she soon left her hospital job and recruited other RNs so she could help new families on a full-time basis. In 2009, she recruited her sister Pat who was a postpartum doula and licensed counselor to open their company, Sweet Dreams Infant Care. They complied their ten years of experience with other baby nurses and veteran parents with secrets and tips about the journey from pregnancy to getting your infant to sleep through the night, all while enjoying this precious time with your babies.