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alone with 4-monthnot easy, but new bash considered the y Service Rock-acan’t-miss event. ommunity does this a busy mom, I don’t o all these different me,” Tobash said. cluded nearly 20 es from parenting s the New Parent , Mothers of Prerly Developmental vices. In all, about ded the event. eat because it gets e and it gives us ren’t otherwise have,” who attended with son Jaemes and her Anderson and her ghter Evalynn. included speakers. ave a presentation Dr. Michelle Melian at the Wiesbaden ked about common tions; and Cynthia ws Federal Credit manager, explained budget for a baby. hnson, who brought son Brandon, said ms’ talk about baby g and will look into

azing because in the ople don’t pull toike this. You’ll only ary,” Johnson said. ho borrowed a baby ms to test it out with n Braxton, said she t baby slings before und the sling to be elieves the pressure said. e also found Melibaby health issues glad to know what’s s not,” she said. ich, Family Advoager for Wiesbaden y Service, said this in a row ACS has One of ACS’s highly rvices is the Famw Parent Support

Daniel Helms (left) shows off his Empathy Belly to Trevor Glass (center) and Jack Nagle, who is holding Glass’ 2-week-old son Braxton, during the Army Community Service Rock-a-Bye Baby Fair at the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center March 29. Helms’ wife Kelsey is pregnant and also attended the fair. Empathy Bellies are available at ACS for men to borrow. Photo bottom left: Spc. Tiffany Johnson holds her 2-month-old son Brandon. Photo far right: Kate Cosens, holding her 8-month-old son Jaemes, speaks with Anesia Iszard of Child, Youth and School Services during the baby fair. Brittany Anderson (center) holds her 4-month-old daughter Evalynn. Program, which inc l u d e s home visits for families. Staff members include a professional social worker and a nurse, who can make home visits and help answer questions and alleviate the concerns of new parents, Stosich said. Michael Farmer was one of several men to don an Empathy Belly during the event. Farmer said he has no children, but will definitely be more empathetic toward his wife when he

does. “My back really hurts,” Farmer said. “I know I’d really have to help out gram, call ACS at (0611) 4080-254, 330/0331. NPSP is for expecting with lifting.” To contact the Family Advocacy or contact the staff directly at mil families or those with a child in the Program’s New Parent Support Pro- 335-5330/5331 or civ (0611) 4080- home less than 4 years of age.

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The Herald Union is a bi-weekly English language newspaper serving the Wiesbaden Military Community based at Clay Kaserne, commenly known as...

April 11, 2013 - Herald Union  

The Herald Union is a bi-weekly English language newspaper serving the Wiesbaden Military Community based at Clay Kaserne, commenly known as...