New Moms Support Group
Moms who LOVE this Group
After having a baby, your life changes! Pam's new moms group was key in finding the support I needed. Being able to connect with others with kids who are similar ages or have been through it before in a supportive setting made raising a baby in a pandemic more doable.
Mom of a 1 year old
I love having a place to be real and even on bad days, I can show up and be understood. Plus, Pam is a baby whisperer and her stories help me feel sane and her wisdom helps me keep focus on my big-picture goals as a mom.
Mom of a 6 month old and 4 year old
10 - 11 am
Meet via Zoom
10 - 11 am
3 W Piccadilly Street, 4th Floor, Winchester, VA 22601
Register by emailing Pam Haefner at:
New babies are challenging, getting support doesn't need to be.
The initial transition to parenthood can be difficult given the physical, emotional and social changes that come with having a baby. These issues may even be more pronounced for the experienced mother who is having an additional child.
The Baby Buzz has teamed up with Thrive Under 5 LLC to offer a New Moms Support Group. The group offers new mothers the opportunity to bond with others who may be experiencing similar emotions or reactions to parenthood.
Whether you are a first-time new mom or a seasoned mom with a new addition to your family, join us at our virtual New Moms Support Group every Tuesday from 10-11am. The group is free, but registration is necessary. Email Pam Haefner at email@example.com to receive the Zoom link.
We understand the challenges that new mothers face and are here to support you through this transition. We are a RELAXED group of moms; you can come as you are. We look forward to having you join us.
As a new mother, I found The Baby Buzz to be an invaluable experience event for parents. With the proverbial “village” fading from our modern culture, The Baby Buzz created a space to meet other parents and qualified professionals, ask questions, and create discussions without fear of judgement. The information shared from local professionals allowed attendees to learn more about these important early childhood years, and to connect with local resources and organizations should we need to reach out for additional assistance. These professionals were so kind and compassionate that I felt welcome to ask specific questions and share personal experiences. I won’t soon forget the three professional women surrounding a new mother as her baby received a quick session to relieve discomfort - it was a modern version of the “Village” we are all seeking, and an example of the wonderful work done during The Baby Buzz events.