Baby Connection

Families are invited to Baby Connection!

Baby Connection is a free gathering for infant feeding support and socializing with other parents. If you have a baby under 12 months, join us on Wednesdays from 11 am to 12 pm.

When you come to this casual, drop-in program, you can:

  • Talk to a lactation and feeding specialist
  • Have your baby weighed
  • Have a weekly photo taken
  • Connect with a professional Parenting Educator
  • Meet other new parents
"Baby Connection gave me a sense of security that my baby was growing. I was so anxious for most of Sammy’s first year, but if you look at the weekly pictures I received during Baby Connection you can see my anxiety fade. So grateful for that space!"

To join us in-person, come to 86 Centennial Loop in Eugene between 11 am and 12 pm.

Tips on Parenting 

Offered the first Wednesday of each month, from 10:45 to 11:15. Join us to ask questions and get tips on topics including:

  • Going back to work while breast/chestfeeding
  • Starting solid foods
  • Traveling with baby
  • Safety
  • Holidays

Led by Kallen Korin, IBCLC, retired RN and Debbie Jensen RN, BSN, BS, M.Ed., IBCLC

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Language of Newborns

For expecting families and those with babies up to two months old.

Language of Newborns is a Parent’s Guide to join other soon-to-be and new parents to learn:

  • How to understand your newborn’s needs
  • Wonderful ways your newborn communicates with you and the world
  • Ways to help your newborn adjust to the outside world
  • Ideas for how to position, carry, and comfort your baby

Led by Debbie Jensen RN, BSN, BS, M.Ed., IBCLC

Pre-registration is required to reserve your spot. Register here!

Feel confident as you begin your parenting journey!

 “Baby Connection was a lifesaver for me when I first moved to Eugene. Debbie even came to my home for a visit when I was needing help. Baby Connection was a very welcoming place that eased a lot of my worries, and made me feel more comfortable breastfeeding. I especially loved that they take a photo of you and your baby each visit and send you home with a print.”

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