Labor of Love - Free Pregnancy Perks!

 

Expecting a baby is an exciting and life-changing journey. Lovelace would like to make your pregnancy experience as memorable and as stress-free as possible.


No matter what your insurance or birthing plan is, join our Labor of Love program for access to free prenatal yoga classes, a mini mommy massage and a special meal after delivery, and more. We will even help you find a doctor and insurance if needed.

As you plan for your new baby, plan on Lovelace’s Labor of Love program.

Labor of Love Program Benefits:

Albuquerque

  • Free prenatal and Mommy & Me yoga classes every month
  • Mini mommy massage after delivery at a Lovelace hospital
  • Baby’s first photo shoot and a photograph
  • New Parent Support Group
  • Free copy of the book "The Story of You" given after your baby is born
    • The Story of You is a story book that includes photos to highlight what a child will encounter during their lives, from family to geography to animals to careers. The book also allows families to include their own personal memories.

Roswell

  • Assistance finding a doctor and insurance
  • Free copy of a prenatal education book after you take a formal birthing center tour
  • Special menu for moms after delivery at a Lovelace hospital
  • Meal ticket for one guest
  • Special gift for mom & baby
  • Weekly pregnancy and parenting e-newsletter
  • One year family membership at Explora Science Center and Children's Museum (if baby is delivered at Lovelace)

 

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