Are you pregnant or have a child under the age of 1?
You deserve to have the tools, information and support 
you need to enjoy parenting in your baby's first year.
Having a Welcome Baby Visit with a Baby Connector 
is a great way to check in about all topics 
relating to your baby.
At a Welcome Baby Visit, a Baby Connector listens 
to parents' concerns and answer questions.  
She shares information about what babies need to thrive. 
She gives practical tips that parents can use in their day-to-day lives.  
She brings a free baby sling and teaches you how to use it.

Common topics that come up are: sleeping, eating, soothing, 
infant development, ways to play with babies, 
sibling reactions to a new baby, 
postpartum feelings and community resources.

Welcome Baby Visits are FREE for all parents in Winona Area Public School district.
Families residing in a neighboring Winona County district  may also receive a visit from
their early childhood programs.
Visits usually last about an hour and are scheduled at parents' convenience. 
Frequently Asked Questions:  Click here: 

To request a Welcome Baby! Visit, click here

Request a visit or contact us with questions at: 

Looking to Connect with Other Parents and Babies?
All about Baby 
Center for Women's Health, 3rd Floor, Winona Clinic
Call 507-457-7701 and ask for Robyn Hinz for more information. 

All about Baby, is a drop-in group for parents with younger babies at the Winona Health Clinic.  Come weigh your baby, meet other parents, and get your feeding questions answered.   No registration needed. 

           Baby & Me                       
10:15 - 11:45 a.m.
 Thursdays, September-June
ECFE, Goodview Elementary School 
Call 507-494-0913 to register. 

Baby & Me meets on Thursdays during the school year.  It is fun and informative for families with babies of all ages and a great place to get answers to your questions and meet other parents. Baby & Me is facilitated by ECFE  parent educator and Baby Connector Ann Riebel.



Common Questions