Sibling Tours

* We understand that many of you may be concerned about the spread of the new coronavirus disease (“COVID-19”) and how it may impact us here locally. Out of an abundance of caution and in an effort to protect the health of our Brazos Valley community, all sibling tours of our labor and delivery suites are canceled until further notice

At St. Joseph Health, we understand that when your family is expecting a baby, your other children don’t know what to expect. Making big siblings feel informed and included can go a long way toward generating good will about your coming baby.

When taking our Sibling Tour, big brothers and sisters-to-be can strap on a cool free backpack full of all sorts of neat stuff, get all their questions answered in a personalized tour of our labor and delivery suites and watch a video that teaches them what to expect and do when there is a new baby in the house.

It’s all designed to make them feel informed, included and excited about the coming addition to your family—and take a load off your mind.

These tours are designed for children ages 2 - 8 and parents must accompany children.

Registration for this free tour is required and can be completed easily by filling out this online form.

Sibling Tours are held on Tuesdays, begin promptly at 5:00 pm in the hospital lobby and last 40-50 minutes. An RSVP is required to join the tour. Please complete form to RSVP.

If you have any questions about registration or technical issues, please call Healthy Communities at (979) 731-1231. If you have any questions or concerns on the day of your tour, please call the Nursery at (979) 776-2560.


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