New parent 'boot camp' set for this weekend

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Updated: 2/05/2013 12:14 pm
Covenant Press Release

Covenant Health and Kohl's are working together to help out expecting and new dads. The new parent boot camp will be held on February 9 at the fifth floor classroom at Covenant Women's and Children's. The dads will attend from 9-11 a.m.  Moms are encouraged to meet up with the dads and attend from 11 a.m.-noon.
 
The purpose of the event is to let the participants learn from other men in the community that have successfully made the transition into fatherhood.  Some topics that will be covered include: becoming a dad, forming a new family, caring for new moms, becoming comfortable with new babies, how to bond, and creating a safe environment for a new family.
 
A complete list of camp dates for new parent boot camp is as follows: March 30, May 11, July 13, August 24, October 26 and November 23. To register for this event call 1.866.4COVENANT (1.866.426.8362).
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