Having a baby in the house is so challenging and so sweet at the same time. In all the sweetness and chaos, it’s easy to get a little stir crazy in between all those feedings, diaper changes and snuggles.
Getting out of the house once in awhile can do wonders for mama’s health. You can meet other new moms and dads, build relationships, and help strengthen the bond between you and your babe.
We’ve rounded up five fun activities that you can do with your little one and the benefits of each.
Growing Brilliant in Rocklin has a brilliant babies class for ages 0–1 years old. Parents and babies participate in sensory play, music, movement, baby sign language, and social interaction. Multiple class times are available. Visit their website for more information.
Start teaching your little one one water safety and enjoy some bonding time in our heated pool. Parents get in the water with their swimmer and participate in a 6:1 ratio group class. Lessons are offered year round so all babes can enjoy the water! You come once a week. Schedule varies. We are running a 50% off special when you register now! Buy now or call 916-660-9492 to learn more.
Take your tiny tot to the Rocklin Branch Library (4890 Granite Drive) for story time! Ages 0 to 24 months can enjoy rhymes, songs, and stories with their parents every Friday from 10:30–11:30 am. Start the process of loving to read early and this free weekly event.
Bayside Adventure Church hosts a free music and movements class for children six months–5 years old every Monday from 9:30–10:30 am. Little ones and parents can explore and play in this fun setting! Music can lift spirits, entertain, and get you and baby dancing. Visit their website for more information.
Join other moms and babes and get moving! This fitness program is 60 minutes and offers a total-body workout incorporating your baby in their stroller. You get some exercise while baby gets out and moving too. Various class times and locations are offered. Visit their website for more information.
Know of a class or an activity offered for parents and young ones? Send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can include it in a future round up!