I had a baby. When can I start seeing relatives in person?

As vaccination levels rise and Covid infections drop, the pandemic is undoubtedly entering a more hopeful stage. Still, you may be contending with a range of concerns when it comes to new babies and in-person visits—particularly due to the fact that little ones under 12 are not yet able to be vaccinated. In making decisions on in-person visits, you’ll want to think through a variety of factors from all sides of the equation in order to find a

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A Self-Care Message from PSP Headquarters

Hey All,

It’s been a few weeks since I’ve checked in with you all. My social worker brother always seems to come through when I am grappling with my feelings, so maybe you’ll get some comfort from this too (I hope so). He told me about the term crisis fatigue, which pretty accurately describes the state of the world and how we’ve all been constantly pumping cortisol for the past 3 months. As this Wired article points out:

“You might at this


Expectant Parents Mental Health Check-In with The Motherhood Center

Park Slope Parents and The Motherhood Center held two mental health check-ins in 2020 and 2021 for expectant parents. Thanks to everyone who came! Here are some takeaways from both sessions that may be relevant to all of you.

For more, check out the Park Slope Parents Birthing Toolkit, which has tons of resources and words of wisdom to help you through pregnancy and delivery in the time of coronavirus—including a full section on Caring for Your

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A Message from Park Slope Parents

Park Slope Parents stands in solidarity with BIPOC communities in Brooklyn and all over this country. As a community we must stand up for the injustice happening around us to say “Black Lives Matter” and “we see you.” This did not start with George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, or Breonna Taylor; they are just the most recent in a long line of injustices.

To our families of color, we'd like to reaffirm our commitment to you by providing a safe and


COVID-19 Resources

Your one-stop shop for PSP resources and advice on life in the time of coronavirus.

For the most updated links, please check out our full Covid Resources section!