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Reading babies cues…

One of the most astonishing things about newborns is their ability to communicate almost from the moment they are born.

Without words, they manage to let their parents know when they want to eat, learn, play, or rest. They also can use their bodies and some awful noises to send unmistakable signals when they need a break (or a diaper change!).

In the past, experienced friends and family members were there to help moms “decode” baby messages. These days, many new parents are on their own in trying to understand their babies’ signals, called “cues.”

Join us on

Tuesday June 14

at 5:30 

as we help you translate the seemingly random movements and sounds that your baby makes into comprehensible messages.

We’ll also learn about the stages a baby goes through when they are first born…

and how it all relates to breastfeeding!

Bring your partner…or bring a friend!


3 Responses

  1. Those are such cute pictures! And what a great idea to offer parents. In addition, there are resources like Happiest Baby on the Block & the Baby Whisperer books that teach how to read your babies cues. As a mom, I’m always looking for good resources. I wish you had one of these clinics where I live. Another good resource for new parents is the Moms’ Guide to Caring for Little Teeth (http://www.1dental.com/moms-guide/). Tooth decay is one of the leading illnesses among children today.

  2. Can you please tell meier about this group. I would like to attend but km am not sure where or how to sign up.

    Thank you

    • Hi Sabrina…this group is offered through Partners in Pregnancy and Parenting. You will see all the changing classes listed on the class schedule tab above. You do not need to sign up…just show up! They are offered at Partners in Womens Health 1050 10th place (off of 37th, across from the hospital). Feel free to bring a friend or partner!

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