Dancing around with scarves on their head and imagining they are characters from Frozen. That's the life of these beautiful little toddlers while their moms and baby siblings are chatting at their Little Peppers meeting. I snuck my way around the room searching for cute little moments with these beautiful moms and their two children. I've been going to lots of PEPS groups and it's so fun to seeing some of the older kids at the Little Peppers meeting because you get to see the relationship that the toddlers have with the babies and the moms have a totally different perspective since it's their second child. I love working with PEPS and I highly encourage all new moms and dads to get involved with this awesome Seattle organization! Thank you so much to this Little Peppers group for inviting me to your meeting. I hope you enjoy your photos and I'd love to photograph any and all of your families in the near future!! Thanks so much again :) xoxo Chamonix
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WHAT IS PEPS?
"Since 1983, the Program for Early Parent Support (PEPS), a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization has helped parents connect and grow as they begin their journey into parenthood. PEPS parent support programs educate, inform and create community. We've become a vital resource for new mothers and new fathers in the Puget Sound region, with parent groups serving thousands of families annually.
Each session of 12 weekly PEPS meetings brings parents together to share the joys and challenges of parenthood, and develop confidence in their own abilities. PEPS stands apart from other new moms groups or dad support groups by providing ongoing neighborhood-based resources and peer education, facilitated by trained volunteers. During one of the most vulnerable periods for new parents, PEPS provides immediate and accessible support, creating "extended families" that often last a lifetime."
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