uFlourish Exhibitor Profile: diddi dance

It’s less than a week to go to the Pregnancy and Family Fair in Brighton. We’re bringing you a flavour of the exhibitors with a profile plus their top parenting tips.

Who? diddi dance, Brighton (Laura), Eastbourne, Uckfield & Hastings (Jo)

What’s it all about? diddi dance offers funky pre-school dance classes for boys & girls, aged 18mths – 4.5 years. Designed to develop rhythm, co-ordination as well as boost confidence and social skills in your little one.

Why you should go and see them at the uFlourish fair? Pop by and say “hi” to Laura & Jo from diddi dance Brighton and diddi dance Eastbourne and check out what they have to offer in terms of classes, parties and nursery/pre-school sessions.

1899968_10151853421817461_565553899_nTheir top 3 tips for expectant or new parents:

1. Tap into a network of friendly faces of other parents – whether existing friends, your ante-natal group or through a toddler/baby based activity like diddi dance. It’s amazing how useful it is to know that pretty much everything you experience is perfectly normal and that others feel it too! I am still friendly with my NCT group of mums and we find each other an invaluable support when times feel tough and an incredible source of useful, non-judgemental advice & tips.

2. Enjoy every moment! Take each day as it comes and know that each phase (the good, the bad & the ugly!) is so short. The bad will pass and soon be forgotten, the good will be cherished and always remembered.

3. If you can, take the time every so often to also be “you” and enjoy it. You are amazing!

Get social with them: Facebook  Twitter

Event details again?

uFlourish Pregnancy and Family Fair Brighton,

Sunday 31 May, 2015 10am – 3pm

Brighton Racecourse.

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About Claire Jones-Hughes

Founder and co-editor of BrightonMums.com, Claire has been blogging since 2009. She has posted on a variety of sites including The Argus, The Huffington Post and The Guardian's Comment Is Free. Known as The Contented Mummy on social media, she is dedicated to honest, unsponsored blogging so that parents can benefit from shared experience. Can also be found at www.fitfaband40.co.uk - sharing her journey to health & wellness.

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