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Moms Meet Up: Online

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    Online via Microsoft Teams


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Description

Share the joys and challenges of caring for yourself and your new baby. 

Every six weeks specialists cover topics:

  • The ins and outs of baby care including feeding, crying and fussiness, sleep patterns and common concerns.
  • Emotional issues such as how all-consuming caring for a baby can be, when and where to get help, and how to take care of your needs and your baby’s needs.
  • Returning to work: childcare, being a full time mom and the feelings involved in these decisions.
  • Relationships with partners, grandparents, co-workers and friends without children.
  • Physical and emotional adjustments, sexuality, fitness and common concerns during the postpartum time.
  • Your baby’s developmental health and well-being including vision, hearing, dental care, reading, speech and language development, infant massage, tummy time and major physical milestones.

Every Wednesday from 6 - 7 p.m.

Every Thursday from 10:30 - 11:30 a.m.

Registration

For more information and registration, please call (208) 381-1510 or email us.

This Event Will Use Microsoft Teams

Attend Online Using Your Computer, Tablet or Mobile Phone

Microsoft Teams will allow you to attend this event virtually using your personal device.


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