Although this is entitled, Just fro First Time Mothers and Just for First Time Fathers, these give loads of fantastic information for anyone preparing for birth. The Pink Kit is all about teaching birth skills which is something that many people forget to include in their prenatal preparations.

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Just For First Time Mothers

want to feel confident going into childbirth but often believe there is little they can do during pregnancy.

As a first time mother do you find yourself saying: ‘Childbirth is so unknown’.

Yes, birth is always unknown even for women who are pregnant with their 10th baby. In fact, 5 minutes from now are unknown. We never know what is going to happen.

Your Pink Kit skills are about how to cope with childbirth as it unfolds AND you’ll learn from the best … thousands of other women who have given birth.

Our job in Common Knowledge Trust is to inspire you to teach yourself the best childbirth skills you will ever have and can be used in whatever birth you have.

Going into the unknown with your birth skills will mean you will respond to birth with skills. Go for it. You need The Pink Kit Package.

Just For First Time Fathers

Dads need birth skills too and this talk is just him!
As a first time dad-to-be, are you wondering what exactly you need to do  in birth?
Are you thinking to yourself ‘Women have always given birth so my partner will know what to do?’ Or are you thinking ‘Our obstetrician or midwife will tell her what to do?’
Well, here’s the bad news first. Just because women have always had babies, as pregnant women we actually know we don’t just know what to do and that makes us nervous. The second bit of bad news is that our obstetrician or midwife isn’t pregnant and won’t be in labour … we will so we have to have great birth skills.
And pregnant women wanted their husbands or partners to be in the birth to help us.
The GOOD news. Women and men have the same body. Do you blink? So you can learn the same set of birth skills but from the role of being a birth coach. This isn’t rocket science. The skills are simple to learn and work every time.
Just like a first time mother, first time fathers can learn The Pink Kit Package skills and become great birth coaches.
This talk is to explain that all to you so you feel confident in your role as birth coach even if you are a first time dad.

As a first time dad-to-be, are you wondering what exactly you need to do  in birth?

Are you thinking to yourself ‘Women have always given birth so my partner will know what to do?’ Or are you thinking ‘Our obstetrician or midwife will tell her what to do?’

Well, here’s the bad news first. Just because women have always had babies, as pregnant women we actually know we don’t just know what to do and that makes us nervous. The second bit of bad news is that our obstetrician or midwife isn’t pregnant and won’t be in labour … we will so we have to have great birth skills.

And pregnant women wanted their husbands or partners to be in the birth to help us.

The GOOD news. Women and men have the same body. Do you blink? So you can learn the same set of birth skills but from the role of being a birth coach. This isn’t rocket science. The skills are simple to learn and work every time.

Just like a first time mother, first time fathers can learn The Pink Kit Package skills and become great birth coaches.

This talk is to explain that all to you so you feel confident in your role as birth coach even if you are a first time dad.