We are so luck to have fabulous speakers joining us at the Bash!
Simplify Your Style: Mom’s Edition – Megan will guide you through how to kick-start your own wardrobe edit between mom-duties, define your signature look and share her insight and tips on becoming a more mindful and strategic shopper.
Megan Jedlinski is a leading wardrobe editor and simplicity stylist based in Chicago, IL. As new mom to a 7 month old girl, Megan understands the importance of having an easy and functional wardrobe that still makes you feel confident and ready to take on the day. Megan has shared her style expertise on ABC’s Windy City Live, WCIU’s You and Me This Morning and WGN, and has become Chicago’s go-to gal for assisting clients in streamlining their wardrobe and becoming more conscious consumers.
According to Attachment Parenting International, “Attachment Parenting is an application of sensitive, responsive parenting. Attachment Parenting is based in the practice of nurturing parenting methods that create strong emotional bonds, also known as secure attachment, between children and their parent(s). This style of parenting encourages responsiveness to children’s emotional needs, enabling children to develop trust that their needs will be met. As a result, this strong attachment helps children develop the capacity for secure, empathic, peaceful, and enduring relationships that follow them into adulthood.” Attachment Parenting International has several non-profit support group chapters for parents and caregivers around the globe.
Gina Hughes is a facilitator of a local chapter of Attachment Parenting International, North Shore Attachment Parenting. She has been actively practicing attachment parenting since the birth of her daughter in 2013. Additionally, she has an extensive background in child development with a degree in secondary education. Before becoming a stay at home mother, she taught middle school for seven years.
There will be a new Patient promotional first visit to the office offered for Bash attendees and their families when scheduled the day of the Bash.