Friday, February 1, 2019

"more geared toward first-time parents."

From the Milford Daily News, articles of interest for Franklin:
"Babies don’t come with a manual, but the library is hoping to offer advice for expecting mothers and fathers with its new program, “Bump and Beyond.” 
The program trains soon-to-be parents on a multitude of child-care areas. Kim Byda and Katie Brown, lactation specialists and nurses from Northeast Mom’s and Babies, sometimes come to the library’s weekly “Tummy Time” for infants. 
They provide advice and offer sources of information for new parents. They’ll also be making appearances at Bump and Beyond, said Youth Services Librarian Caleigh Keating. 
“They’re there just to answer questions and be a resource,” said Keating. “Our focus now is how we reach folks before the baby is born.” 
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Bump and Beyond: A Group for Expecting Parents!
Wednesday, February 27th, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
No matter what stage you're at in your (or your partner's) pregnancy, you probably have questions. (Is this normal? What should we expect? How will we handle feeding and sleeping issues?) You're not alone! Join us at the library to share your questions, get answers, meet other expecting parents and build your parent tribe! We will be joined each month by lactation specialists, Nurse Practitioners, and parents Katie and Kim of Northeast Moms and Babies, who will be on hand to answer all your questions! This month’s theme: Creating a registry and Pregnancy myth busters!
From the Library Newsletter

Bump and Beyond: A Group for Expecting Parents!  Wednesday, February 27
Bump and Beyond: A Group for Expecting Parents!  Wednesday, February 27

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