Earn While You Learn Program
What is Earn While You Learn (EWYL)?
Babies do not come with instruction manuals and at times being a new parent can seem overwhelming. Often, new parents not only have questions about the care of their child but wonder, “How am I going to provide all the things my baby needs?”Earn While You Learn is an educational program designed to help you become the best parent you possibly can be, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to earn some of the things you need to care for the physical needs of your baby.
What do you need for your baby?
- Toddler Bed
- Bath Items
- Play Pen
- High chair
- Crib Sheets
You can earn “Mommy Money” or “Daddy Dollars” to purchase these and other items while you learn important information vital to raising your child in a healthy, happy environment.During the months of pregnancy, there are many concerns for most new parents about pregnancy and how to meet the needs of the baby after birth. The Earn While You Learn (EWYL) program allows the expectant mother and father to gain information while earning "Mommy Money" or “Daddy Dollars” to purchase necessities from the wide array of brand new and “like new” items in our Bella Boutique. The more you learn, the more you earn!
Note: All items in the Bella Boutique are subject to availability.
The education is done on an individual basis. Upon enrollment the client chooses the day of the week they will have their classes. Our classes are listed according to topic.
Who Can Participate?
Any expectant parent or any parent who has a baby or toddler.
To enroll you must first fill out a EWYL application and then one of our Bella client advocates will contact you to schedule an appointment. She will ask about which programs you are interested in and will help you develop a personalized plan to meet your goals.
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