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New Speakers Announced for The Baby Show

The Baby Show Birmingham, 13th to 15th May, announce a host of new speakers to their expert line up.

Joining the Birmingham line-up for 2016 includes Celebrity Mum Of The Year, author and vlogger, Giovanna Fletcher, weaning expert and TV doctor, Dr. Pixie McKenna, pregnancy and postnatal fitness expert, Dr. Joanna Helcke, speech and language therapist and author of Campbells’ range of Small Talk books, Nicola Lathey and antenatal expert and founder of The Natal Family, Steph Beaumont.

And back by popular demand is world-renowned nutritionist, Annabel Karmel MBE, breastfeeding expert, Clare Byam-Cook, Midlands based parenting expert Sarah Beeson MBE and sleep specialist Chireal Shallow.

Tracey Taylor from British Red Cross will be on stage teaching new parents what to do in an emergency while visitors can sign up to 30 minute short courses in First Aid to ensure they’re fully up to speed before (or after!) their newborn arrives. 

And for the first time in Birmingham, MadeForMums Reviews Editor, Hazelann Williams will be taking to the stage to share her insight into the must-have baby essentials of 2016, giving top tips on the best products and offers in the market.

Wing Yan Lee, Marketing Manager at The Baby Show says: “We are hugely excited about The Baby Show returning to the NEC in Birmingham.  Each Show we try to change things up and touch on topics that will resonate with parents and expectant parents. This time, we have a panel discussion featuring Giovanna Fletcher and Dr Joanna Helcké who will be sharing their views on what can be a contentious topic: body image and fitness during and after pregnancy. The addition of speech and language therapist, Nicola Lathey discussing how to boost your baby’s communication will no doubt draw a big crowd, while Dr. Pixie McKenna will appear on The Baby Show Stage for the first time to discuss weaning. International bestselling author and nutrition guru, Annabel Karmel will also be returning to the stage to share her expertise on weaning. .  The MadeForMums stage is free to attend once you’re through the doors so we hope visitors make the most of the expertise on offer.”

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