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Age-By-Age: Parents Only

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Events: Parents Only

LADIES NIGHT OUT

@ Art on Fire, Cincinnati

FIRST PERSON: EDITH WILSON

@ Heritage Village Museum, Cincinnati

FREE LANDSCAPE DESIGN CLASS

@ Bloomin Garden Centre, Cincinnati

DISENCHANTED

@ The Carnegie, Covington

CINCY BREASTFEEDING SUPPORT GATHERING

@ Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center, Cincinnati

EQUUS

@ Warsaw Federal Incline Theater, Cincinnati

FREE INTERNATIONAL BABYWEARERS SUPPORT GATHERING

@ Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center, Cincinnati

FREE ESSENTIAL OILS 101

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

BREASTFEEDING REALITIES

@ Cincinnati Family Enrichment Center, Cincinnati

FREE BABYWEARING 101

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

THE KAPLAN NEW WORKS SERIES

@ Aronoff Center for the Arts, Cincinnati

INFANT/CHILD CPR

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

Mother Shock!

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Having a baby changes your body, your mind, your life. And some days you just don’t want to talk about it. You may be the type to barrage your obstetrician with questions, diligently attend childbirth classes, take in every pregnancy book you can find, but after your baby is born, you will still be in… Read more »

Keep it Calm for Baby!

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Let us grant your wish for a sweet first party. Your child’s first birthday is a momentous occasion, but the party should be like her – gentle, peaceful and loving. Little Sally won’t remember the bounce house or the decorations or even the gifts, so plan a relaxing party to celebrate her first birthday. Here… Read more »

Conquering Your First Year as a Mom

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Know what to expect of your post-pregnancy self … and embrace it! Sandy Walker watched in horror the image she saw in her bathroom mirror. No, it wasn’t a ghost or even the sight of her 4-year-old cutting her hair. It was Sandy’s post-natal body … sagging, bulging, stretch marks and all. During pregnancy you… Read more »

Find Friends & Support in Parent Groups

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Connecting with a local – or even national – group may be just the thing you need.   Nine-and-a-half years ago, I left my teaching position at a community college to stay at home full time with my newborn son. Shortly afterwards, my husband accepted a job transfer to northern Vermont. Our first long, cold… Read more »