Bloom baby classes reading & wokingham
Hi! I am Georgia and I am super excited to be running the Bloom Reading and Wokingham classes.
I have two beautiful girls – Emilia and Lily who are my everything!
My background is in Aviation where I worked as a Flight attendant for 6 years. However, since having my youngest Lily I wanted to find a job that allowed me to pick them up from school, watch sports day , and not miss out on any special memories!. Parents always used to say to me they grow up so fast , and it’s true! they really do! So finding Bloom has been one of the best things to happen to our family.
I absolutely love Bloom’s ethos on well-being. I was diagnosed with postnatal depression when Emilia was 10 months old and it was such a difficult time for myself and my family. I felt I wasn’t worthy of being a mum and that she deserved so much more than me! Having Emilia when I was 21 resulted in me feeling so paranoid and judged when going to any classes, I just always felt like the odd one out?
I wish I could have attended a class like Bloom where it doesn’t matter if your baby cries and the class sizes are smaller and you’re made to feel more welcome!
I want to create an environment where mums feel comfortable to feed, laugh, cry and ultimately be themselves!
The first year of a baby’s life is magical! witnessing so many milestones and watching them develop – I am so excited to help create some wonderful memories for other mum’s and dad’s to cherish! x
fully trained and DBS Checked
multi award winning
back to back activities
different theme each week
multi sensory baby classes
small welcoming classes
supporting post natal wellbeing
As part of our continued effort to support parents and post natal wellbeing we have created the Rainbow Parachute Project.
When booking onto a Bloom Baby Class class you will be asked if you are able to round up your total basket to the nearest pound or add a little more if you are able to.
All money raised will go to post natal mental health charities across the UK, providing life saving telephone support and in person support groups where parents can share their experiences and get professional support from trained mental health specialists.