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Leslieville Moms and Dads


Leslieville Moms and Dads

To start, I'd love a group where we can post about anything and everything - activities in the neighbourhood, opportunities for picnics and playdates, info re: babysitters, daycare and nannies, and anything else that comes up!

Location: Leslieville
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Comment by Janice Leanne Holsmer on August 26, 2014 at 9:28am

Growing Baby Prenatal Classes Toronto

Our prenatal classes are fun and informative. Join other expectant parents and learn about what to expect during labour and birth, baby care, breastfeeding and the transition to parenthood. Learn through discussion, hands on practice, videos and charts. Our classes will give you all the information you need to feel more prepared and more confident about the birthing process and taking care of your new baby. Please call or e-mail to register or to inquire about classes.

All couples registered for this class will have a package of handouts to take home as well as packages of newborn diapers!

A baby massage class is included in the price of the prenatal class!

- Signs of pre-term labour
- Onset of labour and pre-labour signs
- When to call your midwife or the hospital
- Stages of labour & what to expect emotionally and physically
- Partner support
- Alternative pain relief
- Comfort measures and relaxation such as labour massage & breathing
- Medications and interventions
- Baby care: Diapering, bathing, soothing, safety, communication and more
- Breastfeeding basics
- The transition to parenthood

Find us on Facebook!

Toronto prenatal classes run out of the Queen Street East Presbyterian Church located at 947 Queen Street East @ Carlaw in Leslieville Toronto.

Janice Holsmer
Growing Baby

Comment by Kelly Leahan(mino) on August 25, 2014 at 6:05pm
Hello Leslievillians! I am opening a home daycare on Queen street across from Jimmie Simpson Recreation Centre. It is a commercial space I am using solely to run my daycare. It has a separate sleep room for your little ones to get a good rest and is close to wonderful parks and libraries. I have my degree in Psychology from Trent University and have been a nanny in the area for 6 years. I have up to date CPR including child and infant CPR and a recent police check. I will be ready to open Monday September the 8th. Lots of wonderful references upon request :) PM me for details.
Comment by Lisa Lebeer on August 20, 2014 at 9:34am

this is for Rachel

we're about to start lessons with Felix's swim school in September. I've only heard good things. I also hear good things about Jack of Sports. they operate out of Monarch Park pool (coxwell south of danforth) and a pool at danforth and jones. we did a few rounds of parent & tot with Beach Swim school but opted not to return. feel free to PM me if you want more info

Comment by Kelly on August 19, 2014 at 10:01pm

{mybirth} prenatal classes begin Sept 10th at the Toronto Birth Centre!  Registration is open. 

The {mybirth} Workshop thoughtfully combines pregnancy yoga and childbirth education. The 4-week course was developed on a simple premise: pregnancy, birth and parenthood requires your body, heart and mind to be connected and ready.  

{mybirth} focuses on all three and uses yoga postures and class discussions to help prepare you for an active and informed birth.  

For class details and registration, please visit

Comment by Rachel on August 19, 2014 at 8:54pm
I'm looking for swimming lesson options for my 2 year old. I've done lessons at Bloorview Holland and loved them, but they have not scheduled any classes for 2-3 year olds on the weekend. I'd also love to find something closer to Leslieville.

I'd love some recommendations. I tried to get into the City of Toronto lessons but had no luck last session so I'm looking into private options. Has anyone tried Felix Swim School?

Comment by Alison Porter on August 19, 2014 at 5:24pm

Just got a great comment from one of the first Lovenotes moms! She brought her first daughter and she'll be bringing her 2nd and 3rd to class soon too!

"I love your classes so much and it gave my daughter an amazing foundation in music!  I have been to so many other music classes and none really compare to yours."

Nuture your child's potential with the gift of music - now in 4 east end locations!


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Comment by Ann-Marie and the Movement Lab on August 11, 2014 at 3:32pm

We're hosting our popular open house upstairs at the Circus Academy this Saturday. Feel free to join us and get a taste of all the great kids' classes happening in the building.

RSVP at:

Comment by Jones Branch -TPL on August 8, 2014 at 4:59pm

Sick of summer in the city? Come to our "Learn to Camp" program Tomorrow at Jones Library. Learn all about camping from the experts at Ontario Parks. Sat. Aug.9th at 2:00 - 4:00 pm

Comment by Jason Vanstone on August 8, 2014 at 4:52pm


Artists’ Play is Turning 10 years old!

- Come celebrate
- Try some classes
- Meet our Teachers
- Open to all ages.

It will a great way to start the weekend.

10:00am to 1:00pm. 

Full schedule is available here:

See you there!!


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