“Working-mums” talks in the Marais

Evenement Conference Parents Joone

Are you about to reach the parental burn-out parental syndrome ?

Normal ! Not only are you fed contradictory theories, unbearable principles but also very guilt-making advice that would make any formerly cool Parisienne find herself knocking back glasses of rosé on a heated terrace - old style - to forget kid pressure…

The Conference of Parents is going to save you

Phew: we have just the venue that is going to make you smile again...


You are going to feel much less guilty with this second edition organized by Joone, the stylish and Made in France diaper label.


The principle? A day of talks, workshops and conferences in a highly stylish location of the Marais, to come gather real info without having any complexes and daring to ask basic questions or sharing more or less shameful tips yes, yes !) .


On deck: doctors, shrinks, midwives, firemen, ladies from the childcare center… In short, baby pros, who have made kids their specialty, and are there to answer clearly all the most off-the-wall questions, without making you look totally loon.

Real problematics answered concretely

They cover all issues! The good tips when you go back to work and how to handle a full agenda with a young baby, a workshop on life-saving gestures could prove very useful with a little one, coached by a fireman…


And let’s not forget a talk around the keys on how to educate without punishing, the joys and worries about breastfeeding, what you should give them to eat… It runs the full spectrum !


We like: all the benefits of the Conférence des Parents will be donated to the association Un chromosome d’amour fighting for the assimilation of persons who have Trisomia 21.


La Conférence des Parents, on Saturday the 17th of November from 1pm to 6pm

Place: The Family - 25 rue du Petit-Musc, 75004

Price: Simple entrance: 5 euros – Couple entrance: 8 euros – Free entrance for the kids

All the info on www.laconferencedesparents.com/

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