New York, NY, May 01, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- NYC Baby Fingers is a collection of classes and webinars aimed toward aiding the development in young children, while increasing communication between families. Baby Fingers focuses on a combination of American Sign Language and music to allow parents to communicate more fluently with toddlers before they are able to verbally articulate their wants and needs. Baby Fingers has just made an announcement that all their specialty, “Mommy and Me” classes are open to Dads too. Fathers are invited and welcome to participate in any class on the ongoing schedule.
Baby Fingers has partnered with NYC Dad’s groups to offer their classes to Dads as a group, or Fathers on their own, opting to join in on classes close to home. Baby Fingers says,
“I grew up at a time when gender roles were much more traditional, and dads were less involved in daily child care. Today, there are fewer traditional families, more same gender parents, ethnically and culturally diverse homes, more women at work, and more dads present for their child’s milestones. While my own husband has a fairly traditional work schedule, he is far from the Leave it to Beaver dad. He coaches our kids in little league, helps them with homework, plays music with them, outwardly shows affection, does much of the shopping and housework, and he is incredibly supportive of my career.”
Dads are encouraged to sign up for ongoing classes to spend quality time with their young children, and to experience their learning and development first-hand.
For more information on Baby Fingers “Mommy and Me classes visit, http://www.mybabyfingers.com/