Seeking Daddy Group

Updated on March 28, 2008
A.C. asks from Los Angeles, CA
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My husband does daddy daycare with our 11 month old five days a week while I work. He is doing an amazing job but I think he may be needing more contact with the outside world. I know there are other dads out there who are stay-at- home. Does anyone know of a group where dads and babies meet to hang together and support each other? We are close to Silverlake/Echo Park/Downtown-ish

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T.S.

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Hi,

Our friend Matt Cohen runs a group in Orange County and a discussion group on line. He may have good leads on resources for your husband. Matt Cohen <[email protected]____.com>.

Good Luck,

T. S-B

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R.E.

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You could try going to meetup.com and starting a daddy group. See who else is interested or if one already exists!

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D.B.

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are you familiar with the center for non-violent education and parenting?
they have great daddy groups as well as family groups.
have a look:

http://www.cnvep.org/new/english/home.html

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K.J.

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Glendale Community College has non credit (free) Parent Education classes. Basically they are Mommy & Me / Daddy & Me. Me & my 2 year old daughter love going every week. We often see dad's in our class but I think they have specific classes just for dad's. Many of the people in our class live in the Silver Lake area, so the commute isn't bad.

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