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New Planning Feature!
Wondering when to register? Ideally, you will want to finish your class 4-6 weeks before your due date. We keep our class sizes small to better serve you. To help you get the class that best fits your schedule, we will update the spaces available if 3 or fewer slots remain.
All of our Lamaze childbirth classes have Accessibility Resources to supplement your instruction at home! Get details here or ask your instructor for more information.
Sibling Class Special: Buy one, get one half price! If you and a friend both have a baby on the way, why not have your older siblings take this class together? Register normally, but select "Sibling Friends" for special rate of class fee.
Specialty Class Offerings
A Group for Women of Color
Free Postpartum Support of Virginia meets virtually on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays each month. Click here to register!
Boot Camp for New Dads
During a 3-hour workshop, "Rookie" dads-to-be talk to "Veteran" new dads (with their babies) about what the first months of fatherhood are really like.
(Yes, there's one for moms, too!)
Prepare your first-born for the new baby with a class to learn all about their care! They'll get a package in the mail with items to decorate the nursery and a super hero mask and cape to be a super sibling!
DC Chapter of Lamaze International
Mon, May 24|
Online - Washington, DC
Virtual Breastfeeding Class - 5/24
This class gives expectant parents evidence-based information to get breastfeeding off to a good start. Discussion includes settling in during the early weeks, possible challenges, breast pumps, and other tools to help maintain a positive relationship! Space limited; Fee: Insurance Usually Billed
Time & Location
May 24, 2021, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Online - Washington, DC
About The Event
Prenatal: MONDAY Breastfeeding & Pumping Basics (Virtual Class)
Jen Mueller, IBCLC
This class gives expectant parents evidence-based information to get breastfeeding off to a good start. We will discuss the learning curve of the early weeks and what to do if things aren’t unfolding as planned. Then we’ll explore pumps and other tools that help parents maintain the breastfeeding relationship in our modern lives. Ask your questions throughout, so you can feel more prepared to welcome your baby. Registration includes gestational parent + a support person.
This class fee is charged directly to your insurance company, in most cases.
Pre-registration for Class
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