Win a Free Six-Week Parent Coaching Session from SMRT

Update (1/18/11): SMRT has decided to postpone this event until the spring. Those of you who were interested in attending can visit www.smrtbrand.com for more information.

Do you ever have any parenting questions?

Let's be honest - don't we all have tons of questions about how to best care for the little people in our lives? Rather than reading every parenting book out there or scouring the internet for advice, let SMRT give you the tools you need to make conscious parenting decisions.

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Join other Chicago area parents in an intimate setting for SMRT's new Parent Coaching Series: Child Development 101 for Busy Parents. This six-week course will cover various aspects of your child's development --- everything from sleeping and eating, to medical care and important milestones.

Each session will feature information and recommendations from local experts. As part of the program, participants will take home useful articles, checklists, templates, and reference sheets - already organized for you! Coach Hope Firsel will be on hand to help the audience decide which perspectives and theories they want to implement in their own home.

Child Development 101 for Busy Parents will meet every Thursday from January 20th through February 24th from 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. at Grow (1943 W. Division). The six-week course costs $90 and drop-ins are available for $15.  Contact Hope@smrtbrand.com to register.

However, all Chicago parents have a chance to attend this course for free!

SMRT is giving away a free six-week course (a $90 value) to one of their
Facebook Fans. To enter to win, simply become a fan of the SMRT
Facebook Page and leave a comment on the giveaway with why you'd
love to participate in this unique experience.
All comments must be
received by midnight on Wednesday, January 19th. The winner will be
chosen at random and contacted on the morning of Thursday, January 20th.
 
Go enter to win! This sounds like a beneficial experience for any parent (who among us couldn't use a little help from the experts from time to time, right?)

Disclosure: I am working with SMRT to help spread the word about their event and I am being compensated for my time.

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  • Good gracious, people need to trust their instincts about parenting. What a waste of time.

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