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FREE Infant Massage Class in Vancouver WA

Whether you are an expectant or new parent, this is a perfect opportunity for you to learn the most powerful communication tool with your baby!

Join this hands-on and stress-free BABY MASSAGE class and learn some effective strokes to help your baby relax and ease the physical pain. Massage can help relieve tummy pains, congestion, teething, ease the strain of digestive discomfort, colic, gas and most importantly promote peaceful rest at night. Massage will help you build a connection between YOU and your BABY!

~This class is for parents and caregivers with babies 0-12 months old. Other family members and older siblings are welcome to attend.
~Please bring a yoga mat (a few spares available), blanket, and any needed supplies for the baby. Safe baby oil will be provided.
~ Feel free to invite your momma-friends. Drop-ins are welcome, however, spaces are limited. RSVP if you would like to book early! Email: [email protected]
~Tea/Coffee N’ Chat after the babies have been massaged 🙂
~ Location: The Wattle Tree Place, 306 E 16th st, Vancouver, Washington 98663

Check out www.geneticbond.com for more details. If any questions, contact Regina B.Grenwood, CEIM, Certified Educator of Infant Massage: Email: [email protected], Phone: (405) 440-1669

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Thank You Birth Mom

Oh, birth mom. I think of you. And not just because it’s National Adoption Awareness Month. Most days, I’m awakened by a tug of my comforter as at least one of the boys climbs atop the fluffy covers. That is usually accompanied by a demand for family cuddles or a request for Octonauts on Netflix. If […]

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Even Superman Was Adopted

Steve Jobs? Adopted. Whether you are a fan or love Apple products or not, you can’t deny the man’s contributions to technology and creativity that changed the world. Or what about Thor’s brother, super villain-hottie-frost giant, Loki? Also adopted. Probably not a great example. SUPERMAN. Yes, even Superman was adopted. The moment our eyes met, […]

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Living in the Shadow of Being a Birth Mother

I am a wife of ten years, and stay-at-home mother to three little ones under eight. From an outsider’s perspective, I appear to be just an average church-going, minivan-driving, play date-attending mom. But on the inside I have a secret. It’s not the kind of thing I can share at mom’s group or in PTA […]

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