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As birth approaches, we tend to know much more about pregnancy and birth, than we do about what happens after our babies are born. Birth is a profound process, but it is also merely ... morea doorway into a new world. What happens to mom’s body in the weeks and months after birth? How do our relationships change? How can we support ourselves and our partners/families through these changes? When and who do we call for help? Spend an afternoon with your birth partner or family to engage in discussion and activities that can help you can make your adjustment into parenthood less stressful and more supportive of the new family. Simple but effective tools can help you know better what to expect, and create an effective support network in the 4-8 weeks after birth. Preparation and support can profoundly impact the mother and baby’s physical healing and adjustment, and the entire family’s emotional well-being during the precious and challenging postpartum time.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Our newborn can seem like a tiny, strange creature from another planet. She may not look or act the way we expected, and often seems a random mash-up of confusing wiggles, cries, jerks, ... morestaring, sleeping and suckling episodes. Who is this little person? And what, on earth, are we to do with him? Join other families as we explore these amazing, sweet and strong (if confounding!) little beings. Learn that instead of being made up of random and impossible to understand behaviors, they are actually highly organized and communicative. As we begin to recognize the journey our newborn has made from inside to out and the ways she engages with the world, we discover how to more confidently and effectively respond to her needs. As we learn to respond to his needs, we discover a calmer, more settled baby, and a life that supports parents’ rest and well being, as well as baby’s.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
FREE - 2-Week Virtual Workshop for New Moms Week One - Oct. 6, 11:00-11:30 am Pappas|OPT pediatric physical therapist, Lisa House will guide caregivers through a fun movement workshop ... morewith their baby. Lisa will introduce infant massage and play techniques that facilitate development, encourage tummy time and support baby-caregiver bonding.
Lisa House, PT has been working with infants and children for 28 years. She currently sees clients in her “kids gym” at Pappas|OPT's in Wakefield, RI.

Week Two - October 13, 11:00-11:30am
Pappas|OPT pelvic health specialist Kendra Kohanski will guide moms through a supportive workshop focusing on postpartum pelvic health and exercises. Mom's are encouraged to bring their baby to this virtual workshop!

Kendra is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and a certified in pelvic health specialist. She currently sees patients in Pappas|OPT's Greenville location.
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class, Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Most women are given strong messages about the importance of breastfeeding for her baby’s health. Some expect it to be a natural and easy process that just happens. Others have heard ... moreall kinds of horror stories about the difficulties that can occur. Others feel pressured to try, but uncomfortable and uneasy about the idea of it. Not many of us are told that it is a joint effort between us, our body and our baby, and that like any new skill, it can take time and effort to learn and succeed at.

Join us as we explore the wide range of experiences different mothers can have and how and where to reach out for additional help when it’s needed. Class will provide information on: skin-to-skin after birth, the breast-crawl, establishing breastfeeding, understanding the hormones of bonding, milk production and milk release, nursing positions, and breast health. Resources for support with pumping, latch issues, formula feeding and going back to work with be provided.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
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Breastfeeding Bash 2021: Get Your Milk On! 🤱 A FREE Virtual Event Sunday, August 29th – 9 – 11 am EDT  ✅ Join us for a morning of connection, celebration and giveaways!... more
✅ Celebrate national breastfeeding month
✅ Learn from amazing resources and businesses that support new families
✅ Covering topics from tips and tricks to breastfeeding, nutrition, babywearing, pre and postnatal fitness and so much more!
✅ Get your breastfeeding questions answered
✅ A chance to win the stuff and support your growing family needs (more to come)

This virtual event is to celebrate and support all new and expecting mamas on their breastfeeding journey. 

Event Registration & Amazing Giveaway!

Once registered, you will receive an email with a Zoom Webinar link before the event date. 
PLUS, all registrants will automatically be entered to win our amazing giveaways throughout the day. Come for one or stay for all!

Panelists, Agenda + Giveaways Coming Soon! 
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class, Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group, Nutrition / Wellness
Where class is offered:
Online
Please join LLL of Newport for our monthly gathering! We will be in the Program Room of the Newport Public Library offering peer to peer breastfeeding, chest feeding, and pumping support. ... moreAll of the Newport La Leche League meetings are open to any pregnant, nursing, or pumping parents, as well as their children and support people. Come with questions or just to hang out!
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group
Rhode Island New Moms Connection (www.rinewmoms.com) offers Pregnancy and New Mom Support/Discussion Groups in RI. All parenting styles are welcome. We hold a space of no judgment ... moreallowing women to connect and support one another while gathering resources and information. Join on of our groups to expand your community of new mom friends. Email info@rinewmoms.com for more information.
Event Type:
Support Group
We all have parenting instincts that kick in after our babies are born, but informing those instincts with evidence-based information and expert advice through newborn classes makes ... moreraising babies with confidence so much easier.

Our Newborn 101 class helps you learn about caring for your baby after birth. Topics include bringing baby home, infant sleep patterns and expectations, how to know what your baby wants by reading their cues, feeding choices, diapering, bathing, soothing your baby, illness, and more!

www.thelovedchild.net
Provider:
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Let us help you prepare for the arrival of your little one by discussing all you need to know about initiating breastfeeding after delivery. Knowledge is definitely power when it comes ... moreto breastfeeding success in the early days.

We will discuss proper latch & positioning, recognizing your baby’s feeding cues, how often to feed your baby, and how to solve some common breastfeeding problems.

We look forward to answering all of your questions and helping you get comfortable and confident with the idea of breastfeeding your new baby!

www.thelovedchild.net
Provider:
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
Where class is offered:
Online
Over the course of five weeks, parents or caregivers are taught a full massage sequence to support the health of their baby** and to cultivate connection between parent and baby. Parents/caregivers ... morewill massage their own baby while the instructor demonstrates on a doll. There are many benefits of infant massage for the parents as well as the infants, including a measurable lowering of stress hormones! Topics such as the benefits of infant massage, learning your baby’s cues, and understanding infant behavioral states are explored through group discussions. Special sequences and techniques to support babies with colic or digestive issues and babies with special needs or sensitivities are also covered.

**Babies 4 weeks to 1 year old. For older babies, private sessions are available.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class