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New Dads Session I

(COMING SOON - Join the Waitlist)

We meet virtually

Calling all new and expecting dads. Studies have shown that millennial fathers are now more involved than ever in childcare duties, but while times are changing, the focus on parenting preparation is still catered almost entirely around the mother. Dads often feel like spectators in the birthing process and struggle to be helpful in the early days. Connect and learn what to expect in the early days with baby and mom, and discover ways to bond with your infant from day one.

Upcoming Sessions

Babies are welcome (and encouraged!)

New Dads Session I
COMING SOON – Join the Waitlist

Calling all new and expecting dads. Studies have shown that millennial fathers are now more involved than ever in childcare duties, but while times are changing, the focus on parenting preparation is still catered almost entirely around the mother. Dads often feel like spectators in the birthing process and struggle to be helpful in the early days. Connect and learn what to expect in the early days with baby and mom, and discover ways to bond with your infant from day one.

Facilitated by

Nancy Gair

Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Consultant, First Aid and CPR Instructor

For many, taking a class with Nancy is recommended as the number one “must have” for helping new parents survive the postpartum experience. With 18 years experience as a Certified Childbirth Educator, she has helped ease the minds of thousands of new parents through her pre and postnatal classes.

Nancy has a pedigree of certifications including: Postnatal Doula, Childbirth Educator, Lactation Consultant, First Aid and CPR Instructor. She has two sons and a BA from Yale University.

7 in 10 moms say they felt isolated in the first year of parenting

Studies found that the first year of parenting is not just grueling, but also lonesome for new mothers.

100% of moms recommend Tinyhood In Session to a friend

I don’t know what I would have done without Nancy’s class. I was grateful to be able to connect with other moms that were going through the same thing that I was going through. I showed up every week with my list of questions and walked away with helpful guidance and answers for all of them. I highly recommend!

Love Nancy! She’s hilarious. Socializing with other moms can be a lifesaver. When you join a support group, your babies will be roughly the same age and may get to grow up together.

Chances are, you’ll have plenty to talk about with other new moms, and you’ll find like-minded friends in the group.