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Princeton Public Library Parent Support Group

Following Baby Storytime on Thursday, June 29, early childhood experts Krista Gervon and Jillian Best Adler will lead an informal discussion and support group for parents of infants and toddlers. This parent-led event, held at the Princeton Public Library’s Story Room, will begin at 12 p.m. and end at 1 p.m. Advance registration is not required, and additional summer dates will be posted.

Gervon and Best Adler will be available to provide guidance in the areas of infant care, lactation, and formula feeding, as well as early childhood development, sleeping, potty training, starting school, and other key transitions. They can also answer questions on postpartum challenges such as postpartum physical recovery, nutrition, family adjustment, sibling adjustment, and emotional support.

Best Adler is an early childhood expert, teacher, coach, facilitator, postpartum doula, parenting doula, and the mother of three young children. She holds a master’s degree in child development from the Erikson Institute and has two decades of experience working with young children and families. Learn more at

Gervon is a full spectrum doula, reproductive health advocate, childbirth educator, lactation peer counselor, and reproductive health counselor. She co-produced the film Don’t Talk About the Baby, which explores the cultural and historical silence surrounding pregnancy loss and infertility through a tapestry of personal stories and expert interviews. Gervon is a mom of three boys. Read more about her work at

Princeton Public Library is located at 65 Witherspoon Street.

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