After Baby is Born

From welcoming your baby into the world, through early parenting years, EvergreenHealth is here to help make the transition easier.

We offer classes on parenting, feeding, relationships, family screen time and more.

Currently, our classes are heing held virtually.

You may register for your classes online with the links below. For Parent-Baby groups, please call the Healthline at (425) 899-3000, Mon-Fri, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.

If you have any questions, or prefer to register by phone, please call the EvergreenHealth Nurse Navigator & Healthline at (425) 899-3000, Monday-Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m.


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Since 1991, EvergreenHealth's popular Parent-Baby Groups have been providing education and support for new families who are welcoming their baby.

Discussions include feeding, relationships, postpartum adjustment, developmental stages, sleep and more.

Join us virtually to share parenting succedsses and challenges—and to get practical, hands-on information to make the journey a little easier.

Each session includes a specific topic and time for discussion and questions about anything and everything baby.

Snugglers (0-3 months)
[Virtual class]  Wednesdays - 12-2 p.m.
Fee: Free (our gift to new families)

Gigglers (3-6 months)
[Virtual class]  Wednesdays - 10-11:30 a.m.
Fee: $55 (special pricing during COVID)

Movers (6-9 months)
[Virtual class]  Thursdays - 10 a.m.-12 p.m. 
Fee: $55 (special pricing during COVID)

Explorers (9-12 months) 
[Virtual class]  Thursdays - 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. 
Fee: $55 (special pricing during COVID)

Shakers (12-15 months)
[Virtual class]  Thursday - 10 a.m. - 12 p.m.
Fee: $55 (special pricing during COVID)

Registration is required; please call the EvergreenHealth Nurse Navigator & Healthline at (425) 899-3000, Monday-Friday 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. to reserve your place.

[Virtual class]  Join us virtually to share about the joys and challenges of parenting a toddler. Designed for parents of toddlers from 15 months through 3 years old, this Parent Baby education and support group format will include discussions on: development, discipline, feeding, sleep, potty readiness, tantrums and more.

Fee:  $20 per family

Available dates and online registration

[Virtual class]  Our ever-popular Parent-Baby Groups are now offering a virtual series for parents of toddlers.

This series of classes, taught by Parent-Baby Group instructors, will cover toddler development from 18 months to 3 years old.

Each class will cover topics listed below and allow time for questions and answers. Take all of them or choose the subjects that are right for you.

Parenting Your Toddler - Development 
[Virtual class]  What is going on with your growing toddler physically, emotionally and cognitively?

Discussion includes: tantrums, adding a sibling, separation anxiety, coping skills, bedtime, naps and more. 

$40 per family

Available dates and online registration

Parenting Your Toddler - Potty Learning
[Virtual class]  This class on potty training includes signs of readiness; daytime vs. nighttime, how early is too early to begin, how to handle regressions, challenges, pitfalls and how to unplug the power struggles. 

$40 per family

Available dates and online registration

Parenting Your Toddler -  Feeding
Class includes discussion about healthy eating, avoiding food battles, how much do growing toddlers really need to eat, weaning from breast or bottle, the family table, cultural messages about food and more.  

$40 for one or both parents.    

Available dates and online registration

Parenting Your Toddler - Discipline and Self Esteem
[Virtual class]  Discussion of toddler discipline challenges includes natural and logical consequences, temperament, emotional intelligence, setting age-appropriate boundaries and limits. 

$40per family 

Available dates and online registration

[Virtual class]  Are you ready for the impact a new baby has on the couple relationship? Do you miss your partner since your baby arrived? Are you noticing more relationship conflicts and need tips on rejuvenating the romance?

Catch this opportunity to get six practical steps to avoid common relationship challenges. Intended for new and expectant parents, this class is part of the nationally-recognized Bringing Baby Home Program developed by Dr. John Gottman based on 30+ years of marriage and family research.

This virtual class is designed to help your family have the best relationship outcomes possible. Come start your journey of connection and learn how to make the magic last.

Fee: $40 per couple

Available dates and online registration

[Virtual class]  This class focuses on breast milk pumping and safe breast milk storage for mothers who are returning to work, or trying to build a breast milk supply.

Class content includes information on manual and electric pumps, breast milk pumping tips and techniques as well as useful breastfeeding products and accessories. There is also a Q&A period.

We recommend you take this class during your third trimester or after your baby is born. Class instructor is a Certified Lactation Educator. 

Fee: $30 per family 

Available dates and online registration

[Virtual class]  This is a great resource for families who are feeling overwhelmed or who are struggling with the transition to parenthood and would like some extra support.

It is led by an educator and a licensed clinical social worker who are trained to support parents through these challenges and help direct them to resources in our community for coping with postpartum adjustment and mood disorders. 

You may want to consider joining this group if you:

  • Feel overwhelmed
  • Feel anxious or irritable
  • Are having difficulty sleeping
  • Feel alone or isolated and want to connect with other parents who are feeling the same way
  • Feel sad, depressed, or can’t be bothered with any of the things you used to enjoy
  • Are having a hard time feeling connected to your baby
  • Just don’t feel like yourself
  • Would like to learn more about postpartum mood disorders and receive information about resources available in our community

Fee: Free

The group meets virtually the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of each month, from 7-9 p.m. Email Starr Niego for the access code.

For more information, call 425.899.3000.

[Virtual class]  You'll get practical information that is based on up-to-date American Academy of Pediatrics practices on the healthy feeding of solid foods for babies and toddlers.

This virtual class is recommended for parents of infants 4-12 months old.

Fee:  $40 per family 

Available dates and online registration

[Virtual class]  This class provides support and education for moms who are continuing to breastfeed beyond the first six months.

Included is best practice information as suggested by the American Academy of Pediatrics and the World Health Organization.

There's lively discussion about the cumulative health benefits of continued breastfeeding for both mom and baby, cultural pressures, developmental challenges, weaning and more.

The class is facilitated by a Certified  Lactation Educator. 

Fee: $20 

Available dates and online registration


NOTE: this is not being offered during COVID-19.
[Virtual class]  This class will cover information on screen technologies’ interactions with children’s growth and development and the implications for how we parent.

We will cover topics relevant to children ages birth to five, including best practice recommendations and solutions for common challenges.

Participants will also leave with a template for creating a Family Vitality Plan reflecting their values, that can guide future screen media decisions.

For parents of children birth to five years old; ideal for both parents to attend.

Fee: $40 per family

Available dates and online registration

Class Locations

During COVID-19, our classes are being held virtually.