Parent and tot group continues bonding for Halloween

Cloverdale moms get together with their tots for mommy-baby group's annual Halloween party.

The Cloverdale Baby and Me Group gathered for neighbourhood Halloween party for their kids.

More than 15 local moms gathered together for their mommy-baby group’s annual Halloween party in Cloverdale Thanksgiving weekend.

Shana Vanderark, one of the local moms, said the party was an opportunity for the babies who grew up together to continue to bond, play and learn from one another. The tots also got to fill their sweet tooth with tons of candy and jump around in a haunted bouncy castle.

“A new baby, a different lifestyle, and various adjustments to our home can be overwhelming,” Vanderark said, “however, we all took the opportunity toparticipate in the Baby and Me Group at the Cloverdale Public Health Unit and it was the best decision we made.”

The Baby and Me Group, located at 17536 58 Avenue, gives moms the opportunity to meet other new parents, get advice from weekly speakers – and direct access to nurses at the Cloverdale Public Health Unit, part of Fraser Health (604-575-5100).

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