Having A Baby Changes Everything.
One of those changes is straining the adult relationship, but you can do something to help.
If you are excited about having a baby, but don't want parenting to put a negative emotional wedge between you and your partner, there are research- based strategies that you can implement, to stay connected.
"It was very helpful & clarifying for us as a couple."
"Thank you Amity! We had a great time and learned a lot."
"Thanks so much for the wonderful session, Amity! It was really informative and helpful."
"Thank you again so much for your time & expertise! It was very helpful & clarifying for us as a couple."
The Bringing Baby Home Workshop
This parenting and relationship workshop is for people who are pregnant or parenting a child under the age of 3.
This class will help you and your partner feel more love and less stress as you move through the next stages of life. Your spark will be rejuvenated.
You will spend two-days with the person/s you love:
- building tools for a lasting friendship
- creating equality in parenting
- improving problem solving skills.
The Bringing Baby Home workshop is based on 40+ years of relationship research from The Gottman Institute.
Learn simple ways to:
"We had such a sweet evening together after class, reflecting on what was helpful and sharing with each other. We are so grateful!"
"I left feeling validated about the deep connection I already had with my partner and with concrete steps to deepen it for years to come."
Dan, Middle School Teacher
"I feel more prepared going into parenthood having completed this class."
"Our class WAS magic! Both of us are so thankful for the experience and the new tools. We both believe our relationship and family dynamic with new baby will ultimately be better because of it."
-Lanie, expecting parent
"As part of our anniversary Elisabeth and I review the year and we each do a 'high-low-high' from the past year. We both agreed that our weekend with you and the 'Bringing Baby Home' class was a true highlight of the year. It was probably the best thing we've done for our relationship since our pre-marital counseling."
-Jed, New Dad
- Online in the comfort of your own home.
- In-person at our classroom in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle.
WHO THE CLASS IS FOR:
Anyone who wants to cultivate intention, a deepening of friendship, and better problem solving skills.
LIVE IN-PERSON WORKSHOPS:
Saturdays + Sundays 9-4 each day.
- January 28 & 29
- March 4 & 5
- May 20 & 21
- June 10 & 11
- September 23 & 24
- October 14 & 15
- November 18 & 19
- Price is per family.
- Class is free for Family Threshold Members learn more here.
- Scholarships are available, email email@example.com
Details about your specific class will be emailed to you the week of your class.
Microsoft or Amazon employee?
Lucky you! Baby Home workshops are covered in full for Microsoft employees. You must call your EAP and let them know you are planning to attend. For people working for Amazon, it has been reported by past clients that a reimbursement can be accessed via the community wellness/nicotine dependency benefit.
Don’t let parenthood bog down your relationship!
A note from your relationship doula, Amity Kramer.
I have been offering Bringing Baby Home workshops since 2008.
I see the struggles that new families face in our changing world. Having a baby is life changing and can have a huge impact on your relationship.
In fact, the majority of couples report a significant dip in relationship satisfaction within one year of welcoming a baby. Yikes. No one wants to dislike their partner.
Parenting is a wonderful and hard adjustment, and fighting with each other makes everything worse!
This class will give you and your partner relationship tools, and time to practice, so that you can face life as a supportive team. Babies are always welcome to attend with parents.
You can't afford to miss this class.
Repairing a broken relationship is costly in so many ways. Your family deserves all the goodness that comes out of building belonging. Don't miss this opportunity to learn researched-based strategies to improve your relationship.
We offer scholarships to families who need them. Please inquire if that would allow you to attend.
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