There is no better way to spend a Sunday than to attend the premier parenting event in Los Angeles: ClubMomMe Los Angeles’ Family Fall Festival. Hear from experts like Jenni June, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, Rosie Pope and Dean McDermott as they help new and expectant parents calm their fears and discover the joy of starting a family.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) October 31, 2013
Every new and expectant parent faces unknown challenges. Hope is here. On Sunday, November 3, Certified Child Sleep Consultant, Baby Planner, host and mother of 4, Jenni June, will present hot tips, laced with laughter, while sitting alongside Rosie Pope and then again on the panel just for daddies, with Dean McDermott. Amidst ClubMomMe’s Family Fall Festival, these panels promise to provide anxious mothers and fathers with valuable and practical advice dealing with pregnancy, birth and the early months of parenthood.
Jenni June, well known Child Sleep Consultant to E!’s Giuliana and Bill Rancic, will discuss the very latest on maternity and baby and family sleep. She will also present what can and cannot be done when it comes to sleep training in early newborn months.
In addition, Jenni will speak on the Daddy Panel at the Festival. Her dynamic ability to communicate to fathers has already helped hundreds of expectant fathers through her L.A. favorite, “Daddy Bootcamps.” Rachel Pitzel, founder of ClubMomMe, is a testimony to Jenni’s touch with dads. “My husband attended one of Jenni June’s workshops for ClubMomMe at Rosie Pope, in Santa Monica, and was blown away. Now he quotes her all the time around the house about sleep for our son and our family.”
About Jenni June:
Jenni June is a well-respected entrepreneur, mom and host, but has for over a decade spent much of her time coaching and encouraging new parents to raise the standard of their significance. She is host of, “Baby Care with Jenni June” for the BabyLeague Network and known in LA as a “parent’s best friend.” She is also speaking in Hollywood this weekend on a celebrity panel, at the “More to Beauty Than Just Being Pretty” event for girls and women.