Parenting

A Baby Is Coming

For Children Ages 4 – 8 and Their Parents


WHAT TO EXPECT

  • Help big brother and sister learn about the arrival of their new sibling.

    Talk about what new babies are like.

  • Practice diapering, feeding and dressing with baby dolls.

    For children ages 4-8 and their parents. Parents should plan to attend with their child.

  • Take a brief tour of the hospital.

    Watch a video about boys and girls having new babies in their families.


CLASS REVIEWS

What a sweet day!

This made my daughter feel so special and since then she’s wanted to wear her “Prepared Big Sister” button everywhere, including church and ballet class. It also served as a good review for me and my husband. It was a blessing to our family and well worth the money. I would recommend it to anyone!”

I would definitely recommend this class to others with little ones preparing to become big brothers and sisters.

It was so cute to watch the kids interact with their dolls and learn to take care of a new baby, and I feel that the class helped my son become more comfortable with the idea of bringing home a new baby soon.”


Special Needs:

If you need special assistance due to a disability recognized by the ADA, please call 225-231-5475 to request assistance.


Dates Offered

Registration details: 

The fee is per child.

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5 seats left
$25.00
Woman's JE Dunn Conference Center Conference Room 2 & 3
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6 seats left
$25.00
Woman's JE Dunn Conference Center Conference Room 2 & 3
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8 seats left
$25.00
Woman's JE Dunn Conference Center Conference Room 1
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8 seats left
$25.00
Woman's JE Dunn Conference Center Conference Room 1
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8 seats left
$25.00
Woman's JE Dunn Conference Center Conference Room 2