August 24, 2002
by Jocelyn Maner
Phoebe Putney's Childbirth educators hosted a Labor Day Reunion for parents who took their childbirth classes.
Couples shared stories and tips about parenthood. The babies participated in baby food tasting and even a crawl race.
The child birth classes help parents connect with others, forming support systems.
Registered nurse and event coordinator, Debra Knight says, "It lets them know they're not alone, and a lot times you make bonds in classes."
Many of the babies at today's reunion have recently celebrated their first birthday.
Posted at 3:32 by Jocelyn.Maner@walb.com.
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