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Open Circle and a small group of queer-identified professionals joined together to create a pregnancy and parenting group for the LGBTQ+ people in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. ... moreOur goal is to provide a place where queer families can grow their network of support, access resources (healthcare, legal, education, etc.) and talk about challenges and rewards of being LGBTQ+ and pregnant or parenting.
This is a group open to all LGBTQ+ people at every stage of the process – from those simply exploring becoming parents to those parenting older children. People who are single or in relationships are welcome, as are people who are transgender, gender-fluid or non-binary. This is a space designed to be welcoming and safe.

Facilitated by Nichole Heig, CNM, Jess Cronin, LICSW, Ancha Santana, LICSW, and Sarah Bowman, MPH

Sessions will be drop-in, monthly, and last 90 minutes. Pre-registration is not required. We will have water and snacks. Each group will have a topic but we expect that the bulk of the time together will be spent discussing matters pertinent to the participants’ expressed needs.

Please email for more information: lgbtqpregnancyparentingri@gmail.com
Event Type:
Support Group
Whether the sensations of birth are called “rushes,” “waves,” “pressure,” or “pain,” few will argue that the sensations are immense and intense – and they must be to move the baby ... moreout of the body. Learning to cope with this level of intensity asks women to find deep power and belief in themselves. Using experiential exercises and group discussions, this workshop explores what it means to work WITH intensity, instead of trying to push it away or change it. Discover how, by bringing your attention to yourself and your breath, you already have the tools needed to work with the powerful sensations of birth. Birth partners will learn how important they are to helping a woman find her endurance and strength through the birth process. This class is recommended to women planning the use of an epidural as well as women planning on birthing naturally. It is medically recommended for most women to labor without pain medication until they are in active labor. These methods will support a woman up until the point she is able to receive pain medications, or, if she so chooses, until she births without them.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
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
Peer facilitated. Free and open to anyone who has experienced stillbirth or early infant loss.
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Support Group
Bellies and bonding fellowship for first time and seasoned mothers. Come together to form a birth tribe, ask questions, help others and enjoy this birth journey with other expecting ... moremothers in our local community.

Tree of life birth collective offers evidence based information and 10+ birth services to the area. Each class will have a discussion topic and have a birth worker in attendance that specializes in that topic.

This support group is free to the community! Bring a snack and share.

We will be holding meetings every first Wednesday of the month starting at 6 pm at our Graham location, 4 NE Court Square, Graham, NC

We look forward to meeting you and your growing family and be a safe place for you to express your concerns and receive support.
Event Type:
Support Group
Birth is filled with contradictions. We cannot control it but must learn to ride whatever waves it brings us. At the same time, there are many opportunities to steer the course of ... moreour birth. Families often don’t realize the choices and rights they have, or how strongly these choices can impact their births, experience, and postpartum health. Join other couples and explore the importance of making intentional choices in a practitioner, birth location, and practitioner or hospital practices and procedures. Learn about building positive relationships with your medical team, and your legal right to informed consent or refusal of all procedures and interventions. Learn how to use this information to create a birth plan that represents what is important to you as a family, and which can be easily read and responded to by your medical team.
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class
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
Calling all new and expecting parents! Meet local day cares, preschools, doulas, childbirth educators, hospitals, shopping and more. Everything baby and toddler under one roof! Bringing ... moreyour child with you to the event? Children under 12 are FREE. We have a DJ, photobooth, and facepainting! Amazing items will be raffled off throughout the day with proceeds being donated to Diaper Circle.

General Admission Ticket is $5 and includes:

one raffle ticket

swag bag (based upon availability)

**No actual tickets will be sent. We will have all order information at check-in. Ticket Prices will be $8 at the door. ALL SALES ARE FINAL

For more information: https://bumptobabyexpo.square.site/

Sunday March 29 11-3 PM
Double Tree Hilton
123 Old River Rd
Andover MA
Event Type:
Birthing / Parenting Class, Support Group, Nutrition / Wellness
Test Test
Event Type:
Fitness / Yoga Class
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