Had a new baby recently? If so congratulations!!! We have some suggestions and tips for getting out and about with baby in Dublin North County. If there is anything we have forgotten please let us know.
Join a local Parent and Baby/Toddler Group. Most groups meet weekly. Parent and Baby groups can be an invaluable source of information, a great way to meet other parents and chat about the ups and downs of life with a baby. Its great to be able to talk to other people in the same situation as you because no matter how great your friends are, unless they have a baby themselves, they just aren’t all that interested in how baby sleeps or when to wean! Most groups meet weekly, check out our Parent and Baby/Toddler Group listings for more information.
Some cinemas in Dublin including Movies @ Swords, http://www.movies-at.ie/swords/reelparents.php hold weekly parent and baby screenings. You can catch up with the latest releases, bring the buggy and not worry about baby disturbing other cinema goers. With a bit of luck your baby will fall asleep on your lap and you can sit back and enjoy the movie! Other cinemas like UCI Coolock & UCI Blanchardstown will allow you to bring your baby to most films before 7pm and you will not be charged if the baby is on your lap!
There are a growing number of classes throughtout Dublin North County for parents and babies, including introducing to baby to music and movement, baby massage and yoga, search our baby and toddler classes for further information.
Go Swimming. Most of swimming pools and leisure centres in Dublin North County hold dedicated times for parent and infant swims. Search our swimming pools for more info on locations and times.
Do keep an eye on our events pages, there are regular events for new parents across Dublin, including new parent coffee mornings in certain department stores, showings and screenings.
Check out our family friendly eateries and places to change baby in Dublin North County, always good to know when out and about with baby! Or maybe you have twins, have a look at our Multiples article.