Welcome to Parenthood!
Is it what you expected? At last, a real purpose in life, a feeling of completeness?
But it's not easy, is it... the pressure is on, new challenges every minute,
and so much contradictory advice from family and friends...
What new parents really need is a friendly expert, a qualified and experienced pediatrician, on hand 24/7 with instant clarity, guidance, advice and support, whatever the situation you're in, wherever you are.
All babies are different,
and what works for your friend or sibling's baby may not work at all for yours -
you need a qualified medical doctor, with decades of experience working with thousands of babies and mothers, on hand to give you ADVICE THAT WORKS.
Dr. Kathrym has made a comprehensive series of indexed videos that tell you what you need to know when you most need it, whatever the question is...
all in the most convenient place in your world - YOUR PHONE
Dr. Espana is available 24/7 to help you through your baby's first year of life.
Some of the most trying moments in the first few months revolve around sleep and eating struggles. Instead of always having to wait until your next pediatric appointment to discuss sleeping or feedings problems, "Your Baby & You" addresses these issues and what you can do to ensure that both mommy and baby are well-rested and eating well.
"We saw our pediatrician every few months. It was expensive and a major hassle getting out there. I can't imagine what it must be like in lockdown. I wish I'd had the "Your Baby & You" videos when we had our first."All Yours for $97
"Your Baby & You" Video Topics Cover:
- Benefits of Breastfeeding
- Breastfeeding tips and when to call your doctor
- Underproducing/ Overproducing milk
- Engorgement/ Mastitis/ Sore Nipples
- Pumping and storing milk
- Reasons why you might have to give your baby formula
- Safest way to mix formula
- When and how to introduce solids
- Growth Charts
- Diaper Rash
- Using Sign Language
- Care of Private Parts
- When it's safe to do ear piercing
- Nail trimming
- Vitamins supplements
- Washing baby clothes
- Sunblock and Bug spray
- Gripe water vs Gas drops
- Sleep and Nap Routine
- Pacifier use
- Flat head and helmets
- and more!
Breastfeeding tips, best practice for formula, to techniques for introducing solids, we help you with nursing and feeding your little one as a newborn through to their first birthday
Babies can experience many issues such as reflux, constipation and cradle cap in the first year, often at the same time! We'll explain these common health issues and show you what you to do to address them
General Baby Care
Learn about proper vitamin supplementation, pacifier / dummy use, bathing, milestones, activities to share, preventing and managing diaper / nappy rash, use of sign language, and much more
As a pediatrician, I constantly see how being a first time parent can bring some anxiety. My video series tackles the common challenges that first time moms face in their first year of parenthood, lifting away the stress, and welcoming in the joy.
Face to face check-ups with Moms and babies have been my daily activity for my whole professional life, and I always felt that I wished I could be there for the Mom's all the time, in the difficult times, in the middle of the night, the moments when they need the question answering. And now, thanks to modern technology, I can be on hand to help you through my online course whenever you need a question answered.
"Your Baby & You" is a detailed series of videos to take your through the first year of your baby's life with Dr. Kathrym, and is yours for only $97.
Clearly delivered, informative, and to the point, these videos are the best help you could have as a new parent, and they're always with you, wherever you go.
"The 'Your Baby & You' resources helped our family tremendously, especially in the first few months of our son's life. A huge thank you to Dr. España for sharing her vast wealth of knowledge - she's a life saver!"
"We had the books on the shelf. But reading a book isn't what you need when you're exhausted parents. I wish we'd had these videos. Got a question? Pull out your phone, and Dr. Kathrym gives you the low down."