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Age-By-Age: Parents Only

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Events: Parents Only

FREE WHAT DO I TELL THE KIDS?

@ Cancer Support Community, Cincinnati

LEADING LADIES

@ Covedale Center for the Performing Arts, Cincinnati

CINCY BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT GATHERING

@ Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center, Cincinnati

EQUUS

@ Warsaw Federal Incline Theater, Cincinnati

FREE CLOTH DIAPERING 101

@ Blue Cocoon's Mommy and Me Play Cafe, Montgomery

HAPPIEST BABY ON THE BLOCK

@ Bethesda North Hospital, Cincinnati

THE PUMP AND DUMP SHOW

@ Funny Bone in Liberty Center,

BREASTFEEDING REALITIES

@ Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center, Cincinnati

FREE GET THE DIRT ON BACKYARD RECYCLING

@ Colerain Township Community Center, Cincinnati

THE KAPLAN NEW WORKS SERIES

@ Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati

FREE AS SURE AS TOMORROW COMES

@ Joseph-Beth Booksellers, Cincinnati

INFANT/CHILD CPR

@ Blue Cocoon's Mommy and Me Play Cafe, Montgomery

Time for School, Mom!

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Shawna McCowan always wanted to work with Veterans but she wasn’t sure how. McCowen admitted that after high school, “It took me a while to get it together, and I wanted to help. I wanted to be part of the solution.”  She went back to school when her first son was 5, working full time…. Read more »

Date Night

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Take advantage of theatre season and plan a sophisticated date night for mom and dad. The Cincinnati area’s filled with opportunities to see a good play.

Help for Reluctant Nursers at the Crybaby Cafe

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More babies are starting life with nature’s perfect food. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention report that 75 percent of American newborns are now breastfed. That’s good news, because breastfeeding has amazing benefits for both Mom and Baby. But when a happily breastfed baby starts putting up a fight at every feeding, it brings anxiety and drama into an otherwise peaceful relationship.

C-Sections Explained

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When I was pregnant, having a cesarean section was the last thing I wanted. But I had no choice: When my baby’s heart rate slowed, and I had failed to progress … after 17 hours of labor, I was whisked into the operating room.

Home Delivery: Is it for YOU?

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For most parents, the choice of where to have a baby is easy: the hospital. That’s where 99 percent of births take place, according to the National Center for Health Statistics. But some couples – a small but steadily growing number – choose to deliver their babies at home instead.

Caring for New Parents

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When I brought home my sweet baby girl a little over two years ago, I was unprepared emotionally and physically for the amount of work and time that one little person required.