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Text us!

Did you know that you can text us, too? We can often answer texts faster than we can return a phone call. Feel free to text us or call us at (770) 778-4886.  Email is another great way to contact us, just send one to babysteps@babystepsonline.net

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Meet the Doulas

Our partners over at Atlanta Birth Doula are holding a free Meet the Doulas night on Thursday Nov 10.  Meet several Doulas and some of our Childbirth Educators, learn some birth comfort measures and have some yummy treats!  Register here so they know to expect you.

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What that hospital bill isn’t telling you 1

You may have seen this image floating around the internet: Originally posted on reddit, it’s been shared and blogged about many times the past few days. People are outraged that someone was charged to hold her own baby after a cesarean. When my friend texted it to me the other night, my initial reaction was also […]


Baby Steps is looking for teachers in PA, NJ, and NY!

Do you want to teach childbirth classes near Philadelphia, PA? Want in person training that will teach evidence based information?  Want to complete your training in one weekend and be ready to teach at the end?  Want to teach an affordable curriculum?  Baby Steps is the certifying organization for you.  Become a certified perinatal educator with […]

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Atlanta Private Birth Classes

Private Classes

Did you know that we offer our birth classes as private, in home classes? Imagine sitting on your couch, in your living room, and having a tailored birth class that gives you the information that YOU need for YOUR birth.  Our Baby Steps teachers can provide that!  Have pelvis model, will travel.  Just contact us today at […]


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Staying Comfortable in the Summer Heat

The heat of August is upon us! For pregnant women and new babies, the summer months can be daunting – sun, heat, and humidity all make mommies-to-be and babies tired, uncomfortable and hot! It’s important to stay hydrated – drink to thirst and keep water with you at all times! Dehydration can prompt premature labor, […]