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The Glow and Grow Program

Presented by The Barn Yard
Day Care
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The Barn Yard is excited to announce our newest offering for our community!! The Glow and Grow Program is a Caregiver-and-Me support focused play group dedicated to our youngest community members.  This program will be curated in a series of 6 classes that will focus on socializing caregivers and their babies as well as offering a support network for all caregivers.  Each week we will explore new topics that will promote healthy discussions about challenges and issues that occur as our families grow and change. 

Miss Dana 

Pricing:

 

Members:

$30 for the full series (1 child & 1 caregiver)

Siblings 0 months to 5 months are free!!!

Non-Members:

$89 for the full series (1 child & 1 caregiver)​

$79 for full series sibling

Siblings 0 months to 5 months are free!!!​

DROP-IN (per class): *Based on availability*

Members:

$8.99 per child (1 child & 1 caregiver)

Non-Members:

$18.99 per child (1 child & 1 caregiver)

Attendance:

If your child is sick please stay home.  Due to the limited nature of our classes, we cannot offer make-up classes due to travel, sickness, or other reasons.  There are NO REFUNDS for missed classes!  If you are going to be absent from the class please contact us PRIOR TO CLASS and we will provide you with a play pass for another day. If we are not given notice PRIOR TO THE MISSED CLASS no play pass will be provided!

Make-Up Classes:

Missed Class Due to Teacher Absence:

If our class is canceled due to the teacher of the class being out, the class will be rescheduled to the reserved Make-Up days listed AND you will still have access to the play floor on the date of the canceled class!

Cancelled Class Due to The Barn Yard Closure:

If a class is canceled due to the Barn Yard being CLOSED due to bad weather or other necessary reasons, the class & playtime will be rescheduled to the reserved

Make-Up dates.

Toddler Talks

Support and Play Group
Toddler Talks at The Barn Yard is a support group for children 0 months to 18months and their caregivers!  Our talks will be led by Miss Dana.  Miss Dana is a certified birth & postpartum doula who has dedicated her life to supporting moms through the entire journey of new parenthood.  Miss Dana has cooked up some amazing topics and we are excited to have her on board! Toddler Talks consists of 6 consecutive weekly classes that focuses on socializing children 6months to 18months and supporting their caregivers.  Each week we will be exploring new topics designed by Miss Dana to support our glowing and growing families.  Talks will consist of a 45 minute "class" and includes Open Play at the Barn Yard before & after class to bond with other caregivers and play!

TUESDAY TALKS!!

9:45am - 10:30am

Sept 12th - Baby Care Tips & Tricks

Sept 19th - Balancing Self-care with Parenting

Sept 26th - Introducing new foods & Picky Eaters

Oct 3rd - Play & Learn Ideas for Babies and Toddlers

Oct 10th - Finding your People: Support Networks

Oct 17th - Handling Family Dynamics while parenting

*Includes Open Play before and after class*

SATURDAY TALKS!!

9:45am - 10:30am

Sept 9th - Baby Care Tips & Tricks

Sept 16th - Balancing Self-care with Parenting

Sept 23rd - Introducing new foods & Picky Eaters

Sept 30th - Play & Learn Ideas for Babies and Toddlers

Oct 7th - Finding your People: Support Networks

Oct 14th - Handling Family Dynamics while parenting

*Includes Open Play before and after class*

I’m Dana Gulutz. I am a mom & wife local to the Greater Philadelphia region. My husband & I have three beautiful daughters Earthside and two beautiful babies in Heaven. My passion has always been caring for women and babies. After having my oldest daughter as a teen, I became interested in childbirth & postpartum care. I researched for years on how I could turn my excitement for this field into something long-lasting. Which led me to get certified as a Birth & Postpartum Doula. As a doula, I was fulfilling my God-given destiny: helping families adapt to their new addition(s). As a birth and postpartum doula, I have seen firsthand the need for a supportive village especially in the years of babies and toddlers. It is vital to have a community of moms and friends around you, to help each other survive and enjoy motherhood. In my free time, I enjoy being outside, traveling, taking photos, and I’m a HUGE foody - luckily, my husband is a fantastic cook! I’m ecstatic to be leading a group of women who are maybe missing out on socializing since giving birth, or maybe you’re not but you just need more friends that get it. I hope to be a listening ear with a guided heart while also educating about the things I know best: navigating motherhood.
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