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JPMoms

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Available Membership Types
  • New Member
Requirement for Membership

Members must be a parent living in the JP area. Most of our members have children under 5 years old, but all JP parents of young children can join

JPMoms is an on-line extension of a face-to-face community of parents in Jamaica Plain and immediately adjacent neighborhoods of Boston. Created in 2003, this grass-roots list was organized by JP mothers who wanted to stay in touch as their babies outgrew the Jamaica Plain New Moms’ Support Group. Although our group was started by mothers, JPMoms is open to parents (mothers, fathers, and guardians) and expectant parents living in Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, West Roxbury, Roxbury, Hyde Park and Mission Hill.

JPMoms aims to promote an open, accepting, and supportive space for parents to connect with the local parenting community. The on-line community of JPMoms is a resource where local parents and expectant parents ask and answer questions, share concerns, provide support, and exchange information related to parenting. Since the listserv represents a geographic community of parents, member interactions are similar to the way a group of parents would interact at a playground, school open house, or community picnic. All posts are signed with the poster’s first name and child or children’s first initial and approximate age. Members are encouraged to actively participate in discussions, answer questions, and provide information and support to other community members.

The group is not open to individuals who want to join to promote events, services or products, nor is it open to those who wish to use JPMoms for marketing or research. JPMoms is not open to nannies and daycare providers unless said providers are parents of small children and reside in our designated geographic area. We ask child care providers and all local business owners to wear their ‘parent hat’ when participating on JPMoms, not a ’business’ hat.

Upcoming Events

Baby Boot Camp Strollfit Class

Wed May 25, 2016, 9:30–10:30 am EDT

Baby Boot Camp is an innovative stroller-based fitness program creating a FUN & unique mom group for soon to be and current mommies to Bring Your Baby and Get Fit.

Visit https://babybootcamp-brooklinejamaicaplain.frontdeskhq.com to sign up to try your first class for free!

Toddler Yoga!

Wed May 25, 2016, 10:30–11:15 am EDT

Join me for this adult/child class where we stretch and strengthen our minds, bodies and imaginations while flying like a butterfly and hanging like a bat! Register at www.coolidgeyoga.com

Baby Boot Camp Strollfit Class

Fri May 27, 2016, 9:30–10:30 am EDT

Baby Boot Camp is an innovative stroller-based fitness program creating a FUN & unique mom group for soon to be and current mommies to Bring Your Baby and Get Fit.

Visit https://babybootcamp-brooklinejamaicaplain.frontdeskhq.com to sign up to try your first class for free!

Start with Music: An Intergenerational Music Class

Fri May 27, 2016, 9:30–10:30 am EDT

Join us for a special kind of music-making! This class combines all the elements of a
regular music class, but it is set in a senior living facility, where the residents
participate with us by singing, playing instruments, or simply watching. The class
allows for and encourages interaction between the children and the seniors. With
rhythm instruments, songs, play materials and movement, we create a rich musical
experience for everyone.

Mama Yoga (Babies Welcome!)

Fri May 27, 2016, 12:15–1:15 pm EDT

Come meet other mamas, bond with your baby, and enjoy some much needed self care! Join us on Fridays from 12:15-1:15 for this drop-in yoga class. Come when you can, no need to sign up in advance!

Babies welcome!

http://www.mymamaandme.com/baby-me-yoga/

$15 drop in | $140- 10 classes

Recent News

JP Moms Group News News

JPMoms Mission Statement

6/25/2012 (4 yrs ago)
JPMoms Mission
JPMoms is an on-line extension of a face-to-face community of parents
in Jamaica Plain and immediately adjacent neighborhoods of Boston.
Created in 2003, this grass-roots list was organized by JP mothers who
wanted to stay in touch as their babies outgrew the Jamaica Plain New
Moms' Support... read more »