Philippa is the founder of The Pudding Club, and founder, director of the BabyCues Clinic where she helps parents and newborns that are struggling with feeding, winding, sleep, colic and reflux symptoms. Trained in Child Development and Psychology, Philippa is a leading postnatal practitioner, educator and author both in New Zealand and internationally, with a career in this sector of twenty-four years. Philippa enjoys immersing herself in family, painting, writing poetry, gardening, meditating and exploring in nature. She also loves to day dream and work toward the day when the behaviours she heals are a distant memory for newborns and parents.
Megan is currently on Maternity leave with her two children, aged 2 ¾ and 11 months. Since having her children, Megan has long felt there needs to be more postnatal education during pregnancy to support parents for the postnatal period, which can be a very tough time without the right knowledge and support. So when The Pudding Club popped up on her Facebook page she had to investigate, and on doing so her heart sung, she made contact and now she volunteers her time to help spread the word that there is this support and education readily available.
Megan will be completing her Hypnobirthing certificate in September 2018, as she would also like to see more women having good birthing experiences. Spending time with her precious family, keeping fit and healthy, playing drums, peace and kindness are her loves.
Trained in the Umbraco computer programme, Nigel is currently employed in a full time role at Kirk Roberts Limited, while also developing company websites as a free-lance developer. Nigel is the talented man that has developed The Pudding Clubs website as it stands today. He also enjoys soaking up family, cycling, home renovation, hunting and cooking.
Craig has been a chartered accountant since 1996 and has worked in Corporate and Banking areas. He has been in public practice with my own firm since 2004. Craig has two teenage children aged fourteen and eighteen and enjoys martial arts, running and looking after his lifestyle block in Little River, Canterbury. In terms of community orientated work Craig was on the board of Trustees for nine years at Little River School, he is a current committee member of the Banks Peninsula A&P Association, and treasurer for the Little River Wairewa Community Trust.