Have you ever watched one of those westerns where there’s a new sheriff in town and they’re tasked with bringing order to chaos? That’s exactly how many new parents feel, only a lot more tired. Babies change fast and so do their needs. Whether you’re introducing solids, looking for age-appropriate activities, or wondering how to involve your baby in reading or music, the things you need to understand and be mindful of today will be completely different next week. From developmental milestones to understanding your options for early intervention if needed, being a parent means being ever vigilant – without forgetting to have fun and enjoy your time with baby. We’re here to prepare you with the knowledge, resources, and connections that will help you confidently navigate life with a baby – and take care of your own physical and emotional needs along the way.
We host virtual events throughout year – many of which are complementary – that help you learn what you didn’t know you didn’t know. These include national experts and local providers like developmental experts, pediatricians, personal trainers, homeopathic care practitioners, and more. We also hold a number of signature in-person events in select cities with seminars, demonstrations, and (of course) great gift bags and prizes. In addition to experts and providers, we connect you to brands and great insights about their products. Whether you’re looking for convenience or luxury, expect to find options you never knew existed and make smart decisions about what you buy.
One of the things we’re most excited about is the launch of our Babies & Bumps app this fall. It will allow you to join groups so you can learn with, connect to, and support others who are going through exactly what you are, when you are. Scroll down to sign up and receive future announcements about our app and be on the list to beta test it.
Is there something you need that we’re not thinking of? Just drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org. Understanding what you need and how your needs change over time is critical to our mission, so we welcome your thoughts and requests.