Check out our cool new course at Udemy.
We know the last thing you need or want is a parenting “expert” — somebody with an axe to grind and a book to sell, promoting themselves and their latest techniques for raising Harvard-admission-ready, organically nourished, toxin-free offspring. That’s not us. I mean, we do have a book to sell, but in a more general sense, that’s not DadLabs.
What you’ve got here is a group of experienced parents — veterans of the mommy and daddy wars — that have spend a little over six years talking, writing, researching, producing and joking about being a parent. We’re not wading in with some theory or technique, just a few (hopefully helpful) observations about what we have found to work.
Over the last six months, with the generous support of BabyBjorn US, we’ve been working to distill what we’ve learned along the way to creating 850 videos, 500 blog posts, lots of annoying tweets and Facebook postings and even a book (not all publishers are that discerning). The result has been a series of ebooks — The Sane Parents Guides. And now, in collaboration with Udemy, online courses.
The courses are for expecting and new parents that want a “deeper dive” than what we offer in the ebooks — even more exclusive content and in-depth instruction, and an opportunity to interact with the DL crew through Q&A. That’s what you are going to find on the user-friendly and value packed Udemy platform.
Our initial Udemy course is focused on getting the house geared up for the new arrival. A practical guide that cuts to the chase: What stuff do you REALLY need to get your house ready for the arrival of your first baby? Not the stuff the Big Box retailer tells you that you need. Not the stuff the glossy magazines tell you need. The real and essential baby gear that you just can’t do without. The stuff that will keep you sane, without adding all the stuff that will drive you crazy. That’s what you’ll find here. With sections on
Over 53 lectures and 3 hours of content for the low price of $39.
So if you’re expecting or know someone who is — hook them up with a little DadLabs knowhow.