Bringing up grandbaby: child-rearing classes for grandparents

Grandparents are enrolling in classes to discover changes in labor and delivery, and how to care for a newborn.
Grandparents are enrolling in classes to discover changes in labor and delivery, and how to care for a newborn.

[Star Tribune, February 19, 2012] Today's grandparents are getting schooled on the changes in child-rearing since they raised their own families. Prenatal classes for grandparents are designed to give expecting grandparents skills that combine their wealth of knowledge and experience with modern ideas and practices.

About a dozen grandparents gathered at United Hospital in St. Paul recently to brush up on their skills at the Expectant Grandparents class. Some signed up because they will be helping to care for the baby and want to do so with updated information. Others came because their children asked them to. Read the full story at the Star Tribune online.

Posted on February 20, 2012 in Allina Health SystemnewspapersStar TribuneUnited Hospital

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