Babies on the Homefront Online Workshop: Caregiving While Caring for Your Young Child

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Parenting and caregiving for young children is a tough (and rewarding) job no matter who you are, but the military lifestyle can make caring for a little one a bit more complicated. Unpredictable work schedules, long absences from one (or both) parents, isolation from family and relatives are just a few factors facing military families.

 

Babies on the Homefront is an organization that provides educational resources and guidance to those who are caring for a baby or toddler in a military connected family or a professional who supports a military or veteran and their family.

 

This workshop by ZERO TO THREE will provide tools and resources to support you as a parent or caregiver, help you understand your child’s development, and navigate some of the more challenging parenting moments.

 

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You can join this workshop online or by phone:


Register at the link below:

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/1380757203068516109

Once your registration is submitted you will receive a confirmation email which includes details on how to join the day of the workshop.

Join by Phone:
If you do not have access to the Internet you can join by phone. With this option, registration is not required. To join the workshop via phone, on April 4, 2019 at 7p EST, Dial 1-800-689-9374 then enter the Passcode: 7560972#

 

As a mother of two toddlers, I am looking forward to the insights and advice on the best way to navigate parenting and military life!

 

What are your top tips to taking care of young ones?

 

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Your Toddler as A Wingman

Military Moms in Minivans

 

About the Blogger: Briana Hartzell is a Navy spouse, mother to two beautiful girls (4 and 2 years), a former full time USAA employee and a graduate of Texas A&M University. Briana writes at Being Briana, a blog focused on the joys that military life and parenthood can bring.