Childbirth Classes

Babymoon Class: Preparing for Baby & Postpartum

Led by Childbirth Educator & Doula Jen Chandlee, CD(DONA); CPD(DONA) ICCE; CLE(CAPPA)

ba·by·moon (ˈbābēˌmo͞on/)
noun
informal
1. a period of time following the birth of a baby during which the new parents can focus on establishing a bond with their child.  “a babymoon is regarded as a crucial time for a family to establish itself”

Have you started thinking ahead to the days and weeks after your baby arrives?
How are you going to take care of this little one?
Who’s going to take care of YOU? Are your days of sleeping in numbered?
How do you change a diaper?
What’s the best way to burp a baby?

We get it! It’s a LOT of information. Get ahead of the game and learn the basics with Jen Chandlee, Homegrown Babies Director of Postpartum Education and Services.

Designed to help you navigate the postpartum, this 4.5 hour class is taken prenatally, ideally between 30-35 weeks. We will cover postpartum planning and support; changing identity, roles and relationships; breastfeeding; infant needs, cues and soothing techniques; sleep scenarios; and more!

The cost is $65 per couple; singles are welcome to bring a friend, family member, or support person. If you are taking childbirth classes, you do not need to be finished with those classes to attend the Babymoon class.

Wanting more information specifically on breastfeeding?  Click here for our Bangin’ Breastfeeding Class!

Classes are offered on the following dates:

  • December 2
  • January 20
  • March 3
  • April 14
  • May 19

And now for the fine print…Because our classes often sell out, we do not offer refunds or transfers for non-medical reasons, so please be sure you can attend the session you register for! If you choose to register for session one after 37 weeks of pregnancy, there are no refunds if your baby arrives beforehand.

We also offer a free weekly Mother with Courage Postpartum Support Circle and a monthly support circle specifically for moms who have been self or clinically diagnosed with Perinatal Mood and Anxiety Disorders (PMAD).

Ready to take the plunge?

Find out how Homegrown Babies can assist you in reaching your goals…

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