What advice do you have for expats having a baby in Toronto?
We asked expat moms who gave birth in Toronto about their experiences and advice they have for other moms to be. They said...
"1. Make sure to research the different types of healthcare available to you and your baby, such as midwives, doulas, and hospitals. 2. Consider joining a local parenting group or online forum to connect with other expat parents and get advice. 3. Take advantage of the many free or low-cost resources available to new parents in Toronto, such as parenting classes, breastfeeding support, and baby-friendly activities. 4. Make sure to apply for a Canadian birth certificate and social insurance number for your baby as soon as possible. 5. Consider enrolling your baby in a daycare or preschool program to help them adjust to their new environment. 6. Take time to explore the city and find activities that you and your baby can enjoy together," commented one expat who made the move to Toronto, Canada.
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What advice do you have for expats having a baby in Toronto?If you live in Toronto, newcomers to Toronto would love to hear your answer to this question.