Connecting with your child, while you learn
Baby Groups for expecting and new families are an excellent way for parents to spend quality time with their young child, promote healthy development and growth, and get answers for their parenting questions. The American Academy of Pediatrics says, Play is essential to development because it contributes to the cognitive, physical, social, and emotional well-being of children and youth. Play also offers an ideal opportunity for parents to engage fully with their children. Visit our Workshops page to sign-up.
Bring your questions and concerns about feeding your baby to Cherie Tannenbaum, IBCLC, FNP, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant and Family Nurse Practitioner, in the privacy of your own home on ZOOM. Cherie will help ensure that breastfeeding is successful, comfortable, and pleasurable. Learn strategies to help you maximize your milk supply, respond to your baby’s hunger cues, and help your baby latch on effectively. Sign up here.
Explore child development in the pre-crawling stage of life with Cherie Tannenbaum, IBCLC, FNP. We will talk about all things baby: feeding, sleeping, developmental milestones, baby’s “schedule”, post-partum recovery including anxiety and depression and any other questions you bring to the group! Register here.
Discuss the joys and challenges of parenting more than one child with Cherie Tannenbaum, IBCLC, FNP and how to help toddlers/preschoolers adjust to a new member of family. Learn strategies for managing changing family dynamics, sibling issues like cooperation and sharing, developmental milestones for babies and toddlers, and finding time for yourself. We will cover feeding and sleep issues, ideas for meaningful home activities, and managing the needs of everyone in the family during the pandemic. Register here.
Learn about activities for parents with babies age 0-36 months led by Jewish Baby Network. We offer a welcoming community for new families to connect with each other and bring the beauty of Judaism into family life.