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Spela Gorenc Jazbec

Spela Gorenc Jazbec

Spela Gorenc Jazbec is mum to a four-year old girl named Pia and a seven-month-old boy named Tim, who are currently the biggest challenge and joy both for Spela and her husband. They live in Slovenia, a small country in the middle of Europe.

Spela Gorenc Jazbec received a diploma in physical therapy and became a developmental neurological therapist. Currently on a maternity leave, Spela is employed at a developmental outpatient clinic, where she works with babies and children suffering from developmental disorders.

Spela Gorenc Jazbec is also the author of the manual Correct Baby Handling and Correct Choice of Appropriate Equipment and Accessories and the baby-handling.com/engwebsite. (Now also on Facebook).

Spela Gorenc Jazbec's goal is to raise awareness about correct baby handling and thus improve the quality of motor development for as many babies and children as possible.

Website:

baby-handling.com/eng

Blog Posts by Spela Gorenc Jazbec

  • When is the Right Time for the First Sleepover?

    When is the Right Time for the First Sleepover?

    Our little sunshine Tim is now seven months and a half old. He’s currently the most important member of our family, and we all adjust to his schedule and rhythm. Sometimes it can be quite difficult and, most of all, exhausting, but this is what living with a baby is like. They grow up to […]

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  • First Time at the Kindergarten

    First Time at the Kindergarten

    This March, our Pia will blow out four candles on her birthday cake. I really can’t believe how quickly time passes. I remember the day when she was born, when my and my husband’s lives changed tremendously. Even though you think you know what awaits you when you decide to have children, you soon learn […]

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  • Active Baby

    Active Baby

    Here is a theory I live by: an active baby grows up into an active child, who then grows up into an active adolescent and an active adult. Therefore, it is crucial to focus on activity in the earliest period of life because we quickly forget to be active and instead end up being inactive […]

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  • Thinking With Your Own Head

    Thinking With Your Own Head

    Whenever I go shopping, I first make a list of things that I need to buy at home. Even though I’m not overly forgetful, several times I went to the shop without a list and had absolutely no clue what I needed. As a consequence, I bought a bunch of unnecessary things and forgot those […]

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  • Baby Handling in the Past and Now

    Baby Handling in the Past and Now

    When I wrote “Correct Baby Handling and Correct Choice of Appropriate Equipment and Accessories,” we might have marketed with, “Wow, a new handbook for parents on baby handling. This must be the latest, super modern thing. An entirely new invention that every single parent should know about!”

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