Join us Sunday, August 16, 2020 for our 5th Annual Baby Conference!

We are inviting new and expecting mothers to join us for an afternoon of fun and education. The afternoon will include speakers presenting on pertinent information about babies and parenting.

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Schedule of the day

2:00 p.m. Welcome!

2:15 p.m Speaker Presentations

3:00 p.m. We’ll take a brief break and stretch, join us and learn some fun pregnancy-safe exercises to do right at home.

3:10 p.m. Speaker Presentation

Location

This event is virtual and will be available through Zoom. After you register below, you will receive a link.

Baby Conference Live Topics

Coronavirus & Pregnancy

Hear from the experts about the facts about Coronavirus, expecting and bringing a child into this changing time, precautions to take, delivering at the hospital and more.

Real Talk – Life of a Mother Do I need that? Wait, I need to …

Join mothers, just like yourself, who discuss motherhood candidly what is often described as daunting, chaotic, scary, humbling and hilarious. Mothers who work, stay at home, have multiple children, or only one, but survive and flourish into this new role of motherhood.Join mothers, just like yourself, who discuss motherhood candidly what is often described as daunting, chaotic, scary, humbling and hilarious. Mothers who work, stay at home, have multiple children, or only one, but survive and flourish into this new role of motherhood.

Stretching Demo

We’ll take a brief break and stretch, join us and learn some fun pregnancy-safe exercises to do right at home.

Postpartum Care

This is a joyous time, but also a period of adjustment and healing for new mothers. You’ll bond with your baby and you’ll have a post-delivery checkup with your doctor. Learn what to ask.

Baby Conference Pre-Recorded Content

Breastfeeding: Take it step-by-step

Join Dr. Elaine Hart as she shares real-life breastfeeding tips for new mothers. Breastfeeding has so many benefits, but can seem a bit overwhelming for first-time moms. Let us guide you on some helpful tips that will make all the difference as you plan for baby. 

Dr. Elaine Hart has several years of experience guiding new mothers on this very important journey. As a mother herself, she understands the stressors that happen as we plan for baby. 

Don’t eat that! Take it easy, small choices make all the difference.

Nutrition is one of the most important choices we make for our bodies, and we make these decisions multiple times a day. What are some foods we should be incorporating as a pregnant mom, as a mother who is breastfeeding and for our baby? Join Dr. Warren Peters as he takes you on a food journey that will help you manage your refrigerator better

Baby - Your Next 3 Months

9-months completed, what is next? What are some markers or planning that has to happen after you bring your baby home. Many parents feel overwhelmed at first, but let us guide you on what those first three months look like.

High-risk conditions

We try to plan for as much as we can, but want to guide you on high-risk conditions.

Vaginal Birth & C-Section

Expectant parents have a lot of choices to make. What will the baby’s name be? Will baby have a pacifier? Cloth or disposable diapers? One thing that may or may not be a choice for parents is whether the birth is vaginal or by cesarean section.

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2019 At a Glance
In 2019, more than 200 new and expecting parents attended, gathering information on becoming a new parent!  We had a breastfeeding panel, an informative talk on What is Normal Pregnancy? by Dr. Ruofan Yao, Women's Health discussion with Dr. Courtney Martin and we talked about Postpartum Health with Karen Brandon. Childcare was also provided by the volunteer services and Child Life Services.