My Baby and Me
My Baby and Me runs social and educational activities for parents/caregivers with young children. A variety of free drop-in groups, classes and special events designed for families with children age 4 and under are offered weekly. My Baby and Me staff support new families in their transition to parenthood and our programs offer opportunities for parents and caregivers to interact with one another while their children play and explore.
Free drop-in programs include: Manic Motherhood, Baby Play, Manic Toddlerhood, Kabbalat Shabbat, and PJ Library Storytime. Our classes include: Kindermusik and Go Go Gross Motor. One-time special events are offered regularly and include Kid Stuff Swap & Shop, Family Shabbat Dinners, holiday programming, Swim Time @ Family Park and more. Advanced registration is required for all classes and special events, some of our drop-in groups and classes are open to the community.
To learn more or register for any My Baby and Me program, please browse the program listings below. Every listing contains a description, date, time, fee and more.
For information about all My Baby and Me programs, please contact Lauren Bartholomae, Director, Family Life Department, 412-339-5417.
Baby Play Class
Every Tuesday at 10 and 11 am; free and open to the community.
Swim Time at the Family Park
Every Wednesday adn Friday from June 25- August 15. Bring your little ones (age 4 and under) to the Family Park in Monroeville, and plenty of sunscreen; we will provide the snacks and water!
No fee; JCC members and Splash Pass holders only
This free program gives moms of 3-5 year olds a chance to meet and chat about motherhood with other moms. JCC membership is not necessary. All sessions are facilitated by a family therapist, developmental specialist, pediatrician or other child professional.
Thursday, July 24, at 11 am in Family Place.
This free program gives moms of infants a chance to meet and chat about motherhood with other new moms. JCC membership is not necessary. All sessions are facilitated by a family therapist, developmental specialist, pediatrician or other child professional.
Thursday, July 31, at 11 am in Family Place.