New Moms Group and New Moms Mingles are amazing and unique ways to meet other new moms! Connect with other new moms who face the many changes, challenges and joys you are experiencing as a new parent.
New Moms Group:
NPN’s New Moms Groups are unique. Meetings are hosted by NPN volunteers in their homes. This personal touch allows women to feel more comfortable – no worries about nursing in public, heating up a bottle or comforting an unhappy baby. Feel right at home!
-FREE for members! Not yet a member? Join NPN today.
-Babies in the groups should be between 2 and 5 months at the start of the group.
-Each group is limited to 8-10 members.
-Groups meet for 3 consecutive weeks and lead to ongoing playgroups!
*For more info on attending or hosting, click on New Moms Group FAQ's.
New Moms Mingles:
-Gives you the chance to meet many new moms (and babies!) at bi-monthly get togethers at Bubbles Academy.
-Fun events incorporate break out sessions, open play and lots of mingling so you and baby both leave with new friends!
|New Moms & Dads Group - 12-18 months old @ Ivan's House|
|Time:||11:30 AM – 1:00 PM|
|Who:||Members only - Children welcome|
|Number of Attendees:||0 confirmed of 12 available RSVPs|
Parents, here it is! A new group for babies 12 to 18 months old! Come and meet up at Ivan's house to talk about the ups and downs of parenting a baby who is reaching or has reached toddlerhood!
Special Announcement: Dads are welcome in this group and so are moms! Your host is a dad who stays home with his son during the week and works on the weekend.
This group will meet on Thursdays January 7, 14, and 21. Please make sure you RSVP for yourself and your child.
*Note you must login to your account and then register below. If you RSVP successfully you'll receive an email confirmation within a few minutes. You'll receive the host's address via private email a week before your group meets.
For more info on attending or hosting visit: NMG FAQs!!
Meet the Co-Chairs
Director of Volunteers for NPN, Amy became a member in 2006 shortly before her first son was born. Prior to working for NPN, she volunteered by co-chairing the West Town Club and hosting a New Moms Group. Amy is active in her school community and serves on her Local School Council. She is a Cub Scout den leader at her sons' school and a sales rep for Cultural Care Au Pair. Amy loves raising her kids in the city and exploring Chicago with her family and friends. She especially loves working and playing with NPN's amazing network of families and volunteers.