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With Isis Closing, Where Should New Parents Go Now?

Post any recommendations of classes, phone consults or stores in the comments below.

Photo credit: Isis Parenting
Photo credit: Isis Parenting

With the news that Isis Parenting is closing, we want to know: Where should new parents go now?

Especially with classes and phone consults at Isis stopping immediately, we’re sure a number of new parents are in a jam.

Please post any recommendations of classes, phone consults or stores in the comments below.

Isis has locations at 397 Mass. Ave. in Arlington Center, in Boston’s Prudential Center, Needham and Hanover, as well as in the Atlanta and Dallas/Fort Worth areas. Isis also has a large online presence. The company started as Isis Maternity in Brookline in 2003 and opened the Arlington spot in 2006.

Isis has said clients with questions can contact clientcare@isisparenting.zendesk.com as well.

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arlene smith January 15, 2014 at 01:03 PM
For the past fourteen years the Watertown Family Network has met the needs of new parents and those families with young children. We are a grant from the Department of Early Education and Care run through the Watertown Public Schools. We offer a New Moms group, Infant Massage, Baby Signing, music group and playgroups for all ages All of this is free for Watertown residents and we ask for a $15.00 donation for the year from those outside of Watertown Check out our website through the Watertown Public Schools or e-mail us at watertownfamilynetwork@gmail.com
Christopher Hall January 15, 2014 at 01:15 PM
Bluebird Childcare, who has often partnered with Isis Parenting in recent years, will be expanding it's offering of classes to meet the needs of the Mum's of Greater Boston. Please visit www.bluebirdchildcare.com for further info
jessullivan January 15, 2014 at 01:20 PM
My name is Jessica Sullivan and I am a certified pediatric sleep consultant based in Arlington. I would love to help any of you in need of support for issues you are facing with your child's sleep. I work with children from birth to age 6 and I also offer group seminars and classes for expectant parents. For more information, you can visit my web site, www.happymoonsleep.com, or email me at happymoonsleep@gmail.com.
Mark Kaepplein January 15, 2014 at 03:38 PM
Little Fox at Fox library, Craigslist, and local email lists well serve merchandise needs.
bermudes January 15, 2014 at 07:44 PM
INFANT MASSAGE I am an Arlington-based pediatric Occupational Therapist and Certified Infant Massage Instructor, as well as being a parent of two children ages 19 and 12. To get information on Infant Massage classes (group or individual) feel free to contact me at deb.bermudes at gmail.com. I hope to hear from you soon! - Deb Bermudes, OTR/L
Miriam January 16, 2014 at 05:34 PM
The Diaper Lab at 200 Elm St North in Cambridge is a great place to shop, chat and get advice. I really like going there :-)
PetiteProf January 16, 2014 at 05:36 PM
A former Isis instructor is going to offer classes similar to the ones at Isis. You can sign up at AfterIsis.com
Isis Moms January 21, 2014 at 07:51 AM
We are a group of moms who want to make a difference. We have created a crowdfund for helping carry on the legacy of Isis. Visit our page now or share on twitter/facebook @IsisMoms #isismoms or http://www.gofundme.com/6de64g

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