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Pandemic Postpartum Support Group-Virtual

The birth of a baby is already challenging, but having a baby during a pandemic can create added stress and uncertainty, making it hard to prepare for one of the most exciting events in your life. "Join" us as a group zoom to discuss about the challenges, stresses and experiences we have learned.

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Newborn Class (May 21 5-7 PM) - The Woodlands Hospital

This one-time class includes topics such as care of mom and baby, diapering, bathing, helpful hints for adjusting to new roles, and health safety issues.

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JUN 07, 2022

Prepared Childbirth Class (2 Part Series June 7 and 14) - The Woodlands Hospital

This live virtual course is couple-focused in preparation for giving birth. Parents-to-be will learn what to expect during labor, comfort strategies, pain management options, and much more. This class is designed to help you build your knowledge...

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