Would you like to see baby-led potty training in action?
Get some advice?
Share stories and experience with like-minded parents?
Hang out in a gorgeous log cabin?
Come to a workshop!
I have offered free workshops on Baby-led potty training in Oxford for over five years.
I started them when my eldest was just three months old (read more about how I started the workshop group here) and since then I’ve helped literally hundreds of parents on their baby-led potty training journey.
How much does it cost?
No – honestly – it’s free. OK, I will ask you to make a £2 donation towards the lovely community garden that hosts our workshop. I don’t charge a penny for the teaching. (But if you want to buy my book when it comes out, I won’t stop you!)
Where are they?
At Barracks Lane Community Garden, in East Oxford. Barracks lane itself runs parallel to the Cowley Road, on the north side. Turn onto Cumberland Avenue, left onto Barracks lane and then left again down the lane. The garden is behind the metal gate at the bottom.
When are they?
I normally hold them on the last Wednesday in the month, from 11am – 12pm. The workshop is hosted by Kangaroo playgroup, (an outdoor playgroup for families interested in natural parenting ideas). The playgroup itself runs until 1pm, and you are welcome to stay till then. Most families bring a packed lunch. There is a large sandpit and grassy area for children to play in.
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Can’t make it to Oxford? You can also book me for a consultation.