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Support for Parents in Baltimore
- Mercy Hospital’s Breastfeeding Support Group is a free, drop-in weekly group lead by expierenced lactation specialists and consultants on Mondays. Call to confirm hours and meeting location.
- Sinai Hospital Postpartum Support Group offers moms a chance to talk about the challenges (and joys!) of welcoming a new baby. All members of the community (and their babies!) are welcome in this free, drop-in support group. Scheduled Wednesdays from 2:30 to 4:00 p.m., in the Lactation Resource Center at Sinai Hospital. For more information, contact Sara Daly, LCSW-C, at 410-601-7832.
- Mobtown Mommies a closed facebook group (but current members can invite new moms) with over 2,500 members posting questions about strategies for stages in early parenting (sleeping, feeding, etc.) information about doctors and child care.
- Longest Shortest Time is a podcast produced and narrated by Hillary Frank, author of the novels Better Than Running at Night, I Can’t Tell You, and The View from the Top. Her radio work has aired on a variety of public radio programs, including "This American Life," "Morning Edition," "All Things Considered," "Studio 360," "Marketplace," and "Weekend America." The podcast series is published twice a month and explores a range of parenting issues and topics.
- Cool Progeny is an an award-winning Baltimore-based blog for families. Started as a blog in 2012 by Heather Walsh, a Baltimore-native and mom of three, Cool Progeny is now considered the go-to social media site for announcements about family-focused activities. They are on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and you can sign up for weekly emails about weekend activities in the metro area.
- Baltimore’s Child magazine hosts a monthly calendar of seasonal and regularly standing activities for infants, young children, and families.
- The Downtown Baltimore Family Allianceenvisions a downtown Baltimore that is a highly sought-after locale for family life - a diverse and socially connected place where schools are excellent, streets are safe, parks are plentiful, retail abounds, and housing meets the needs of growing families. Downtown Baltimore will be a shining example of urban, family-friendly vitality and DBFA a model for purposeful family engagement and community.
- The Dilly Once a day, Dilly will shoot you a short text message with recommendations for what to do with your family tomorrow. Local activities include farmers markets, library reading hours, seasonal activities, etc.