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Ann Arbor Area Families with Children from China


Support, information, and activities for families that have adopted children from China. Picnics, playgroups, book club, and Chinese New Year celebration. Dues $25. ldugriz@yahoo.com, annarborfcc.wordpress.com


Ann Arbor Babywearers


Parents and other caregivers lend support and knowledge of wearing babies in carriers. Meets 1st and 3rd Tues. 11 a.m-12:30 p.m. in WIC Lobby, Washtenaw County Human Services, 555 Towner, Ypsilanti. annarborbabywearers@gmail.com, annarborbabywearers.com V


Ann Arbor Families for Autistic Children, A2FACES


(734) 929-2699

Education and support for family members of children ages birth-25 with, or suspected of having, autism spectrum disorders enrolled in Ann Arbor public schools. Works to obtain appropriate education and improve services. groups.io/g/A2FACES


ArborParents


Parenting discussion email group for those with children in the Ann Arbor area. To join, go to groups.yahoo.com/group/arborparents (click on "join this group"). arborparents@unixmama.com, arborparents.com


The Breastfeeding Cafe

Breastfeeding Center of Ann Arbor, 722 Brooks [map]
(734) 975-6534

Free weekly drop-in group for breastfeeding mothers and their babies. Meets Fri. 10-11:30 a.m. bfcaa.com


Huron Valley Parents of Multiples


(734) 657-2209

Support and activity group for current and expecting parents of twins, triplets, and higher-order multiples. Members share experience, expertise, and humor unique to households with multiples. Monthly moms' nights out and playdates, ad hoc meetups for dads, expectant parents, working parents, families with infants, etc., classified listings for baby/kid gear, parties and family events, twice annual mom-to-mom sales, a private Facebook group, and 10 newsletters a year. Dues: $40 (including newsletter by email). membership@hvpom.org, facebook.com/hvpommom2mom




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