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How to Deliver Your Baby Without Your Spouse by Your Side

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How to Deliver Your Baby Without Your Spouse by Your Side

Considering events recently, there have been some unlucky circumstances where women have had to face labor and delivery on their own. The Coronavirus pandemic has forced hospitals to take severe precautions when it comes to moms and babies and some of that has been the ban of support partners. While this may not be the information any mother wants to hear—especially a first-time mother—it may be the scenario with your hospital. Labor and delivery without support seems scary and unfair, but because of health factors, hospitals must be vigilant in their care of patients and this means no additional people...

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Mommy Selfcare 101: Tips for Taking Care of YOU Too

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Mommy Selfcare 101: Tips for Taking Care of YOU Too

Parenting is absolutely exhausting. Being a new mom or even a mom of three is a constant battle from sunup to sundown of feeding, changing diapers, arguing with miniature versions of yourself, bedtime routines, etc. By the end of the day you have used all your energy to keep the tiny humans alive and you are spent—you are ready to go to bed and do it all over again tomorrow. But what about you? What about taking a moment—be that 5 minutes or 1 hour—to really focus on your own needs. As mothers, we tend to forget our own identity...

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A Nutritional Guide to Eating While Pregnant

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A Nutritional Guide to Eating While Pregnant

During pregnancy, your body is doing remarkable things. For a solid nine months, you are growing an entire human and that takes a lot of energy and the right nutrition to ensure baby grows strong and healthy. While you are not necessarily “eating for two”, you do need to keep in mind that your nutrition is far more important during these months. So, let’s go over what you should be eating and some foods or drinks to avoid during your pregnancy. You need specific nutrients! While you are carrying baby, you are going to need more calcium, more iron, more...

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What to Accomplish While Baby Sleeps: Making the Best of Your Quiet Time

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What to Accomplish While Baby Sleeps: Making the Best of Your Quiet Time

You’ve probably heard the saying “Sleep when the baby sleeps”, right? But, once your baby is on a good sleep schedule throughout the night and you are getting enough rest yourself, there are plenty of tasks you can accomplish during the day to make the most of the baby’s sleep time. Napping varies depending on the age and disposition of each child, but you’ll most likely have anywhere between 2-4 hours of time to yourself throughout your day at home. Naptime is a sacred time for mothers. This is a time where you can relax and unwind, but also get...

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Top 10 Reasons to Consider Using a Doula

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Top 10 Reasons to Consider Using a Doula

If you are looking to head into your birth with a solid support system, both physically and emotionally, then you may be seeking the help of a doula. While we all have expectations and a birth plan in place, the unexpected almost always occurs. What can remain constant through your preparations and labor is the support that can create a positive environment for your birthing experience. Whether you are about to embark on parenthood for the first time or you are ready to welcome baby #3, a doula can give you the guidance you need from start to finish on...

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