Published on March 11th, 2017 | 693 Views0
Win a parenting workshop with The Parent Practice
Before becoming a mum I was obsessed with learning all about baby care, but I never considered the rest of the journey. It turns out there’s no sleep routine or feeding schedule to succeed with parenting older children. It’s slightly less straightforward.
That’s why both we and several friends have enjoyed learning more from The Parent Practice, a provider of London parenting courses and online courses. I’ve reviewed several of their workshops on specific parenting topics in the past, including sessions on Raising Boys and Raising Girls, and for me it has been ideal to commit a couple of hours to do a workshop and return home with new ideas for how to be the best possible parent to my children.
In the next few months, The Parent Practice is holding two more workshops on Raising Girls, with one covering friendships on 5 May in Chelsea and one focusing on perfectionism and self esteem in Barnes on 13 June. There is also a workshop on helping kids be resilient in Clapham on 16 May; one on raising boys and helping boys thrive in Wimbledon on 18 May; and one on parenting in a digital age in Clapham on 6 June. I’m delighted to be able to offer one lucky reader the opportunity to win a place at one of these London workshops with The Parent Practice.
To be in with a chance of winning a place at one of the parenting workshops, please ‘Like’ the Mummy in the City Facebook Page. If you’ve already liked the page, you only need to Like the competition post on Facebook to enter.
The competition is open to UK residents, and you must be over 18 years of age to enter. One winner will receive a place to attend one of The Parent Practice London workshops in May or June 2017 subject to availability (normal price £60 per person to attend a 2.5-hour workshop). Travel and accommodation is not included. The winner will be selected at random from all entries received by the closing date on Thursday 30 March. Any entries after this date will not be considered. There is no cash alternative. There will be ONE winner and the prize is as specified. No correspondence will be entered into.