Every parent desires to protect their child to the best of his/her ability. With the seemingly endless lists of baby to-do’s, though, some action items are easily missed. When you manage your list, keep these three concepts in mind.
2. Pair or Group Items
3. Prepare the Journey
If getting your baby immunized is important to you then while planning, remember to PRIORITIZE the action item at the top of the to-do list. If picking up a nursing bra has been on your list for the past week or you’ve been meaning to look into the Post Partum Abdominal Wrap, you can PAIR or GROUP these three items together. What kind of sense would that make? Well, Bellyhaven is teaming up with pediatrician Marc Tanenbaum to provide three opportunities in November for your child to get his or her flu shot right there in the store. It so happens that Bellyhaven also carries beautiful nursing bras and abdominal wraps among other motherhood accessories tailored to a streamlined postpartum experience. If you’re a father, see what the haven has to offer you, too; register for Fatherhood 101 (only $29) while there. Their service is impeccable; as their treasured guest, you will experience a most delightful baby-loving experience. Finally, PREPARE by mapping your route, which may include other stops where you may engage in other important or indulgent experiences along your productive way.
In addition to the flu shot, the team at Bellyhaven will be providing a flu mist as an alternative to the shot, and offering T-dap (which protects against Whooping Cough). Mom and Dad will also have an opportunity to get their Flu shots or mist while supplies last–another action item completed.
Dr. Tanenbaum will have 20 doses each day. The flu shots/mist will be given on a first come, first served basis during a two-hour period. Please join us for one of our “Shot Days” and enjoy:
· Little to no wait time.
· Free, drive-up parking.
· A clean and comfortable waiting area
· Seeing a doctor with over 30 years experience.
Parents, provide the name and fax number of your child’s pediatrician and Dr. Tanenbaum will send shot information for the Georgia State Vaccine Registry.
CVS doesn’t service children 18 months and younger. Nor, do they carry stylish nursing bras.
To learn more about Dr. Marc Tanenbaum and his “concierge practice” called Priority Pediatrics visit www.priority-pediatrics.com
Friday, November 4, 2011 10:30am-12:30pm
Sunday, November 6, 2011 12:00-2:00pm
Further details including prices and location are listed here.