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Myths About Motherhood

March 7, 2022  |  baby, mom tips, moms

For first-time mothers, the first six weeks after delivery are a joyous and stressful time.  

Myths and falsehoods about motherhood and how your baby will (or should) act only further complicate this chaotic time.  

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Music During and After Pregnancy

January 24, 2022  |  baby, music, pregnancy

It’s safe to say, your baby is listening in on you. Many mamas think that they should play music to their babies during pregnancy. While music is helpful, the best thing for your baby to listen to is the sound of mama’s voice.  

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Water Birth 101: What to Expect

A Step by Step Guide to Waterbirths

Over the last ten years, waterbirths have dramatically increased in popularity.  

It’s always up to Mama how she brings her baby into the world. Today there are more options than ever to help Mama give birth the way she is most comfortable.  

In a previous post, we very briefly outlined why some mamas choose a waterbirth.  

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A baby sleeps against her dad's shoulder. Text reads "Baby boot camp for new moms and dads."

Baby Bootcamp: How to Prepare and Train for Your Coming Baby

November 22, 2021  |  baby, birth plan, birth support

Your baby is coming and there is much to do.     Your body is changing, life is growing more hectic, and you know your life is going to be forever different after your baby arrives. It can almost feel

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Items You Need for When Your Baby Arrives

November 8, 2021  |  baby, baby fair, diaper bag

Your life is about to change.     Whether you’re a single mama or you have a co-parent, when your baby finally comes, you will need a lot of stuff to keep them happy and healthy.     You can use

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doula with family after birth

The Birth Partners Role

Birth partners are important in helping labor go smoothly as they can provide both emotional and physical support.   While everyone that probably comes to your house or meets up with you from the time they find out Mama is pregnant until months after the new baby arrives only wants to know how Mama and baby are doing - your role is important. 

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