3 Ways A Postpartum Doula Can Help You

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3 Ways A Postpartum Doula Can Help You

Posted on16. Apr, 2012 by .

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On the fence about hiring a postpartum doula? Don’t be. They’re so useful for any new mom to have that their services and support systems are virtually indispensable. A postpartum doula is a helper who comes to assist you in your home after your baby is born. She is there to lend her support to […]

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3 Easy Ways to Transition Back to Work after Baby

Posted on11. Apr, 2012 by .

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Having to go back to work after you’ve been spending so much time with your bundle of joy can be a hard time for some moms. There’s that never-ending ache to make sure that your tiny baby will be safe and well taken care of. Here are three ways to help ease the transition from […]

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5 Do’s For Natural Childbirth

Posted on30. Mar, 2012 by .

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Envisioning how you want your labor and delivery to go is something that you should give a lot of thought to. Deciding to go about it naturally is a wonderful goal to keep in mind. Studies show that natural childbirth is beneficial to both mother and child as it allows for the both of you […]

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4 Tips for Dealing with Cradle Cap

Posted on26. Mar, 2012 by .

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Cradle cap is when your newborn has dry, flaky skin in patches on their scalp. Some cases can be worse than others, but it rarely ever gets to the point where it becomes a problem. Luckily, cradle cap is easily treatable and goes away fairly quickly. It isn’t bothersome to your baby either, so it’s not something […]

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3 Ways to Prevent Diaper Rash

Posted on21. Mar, 2012 by .

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Diaper rash occurs a lot in babies, but it doesn’t have to. Most parents don’t know that using things such as baby powder, corn starch, and diaper rash creams are a great way to help prevent and treat problem diaper rash from starting in the first place. Following a few easy preventive measures will help […]

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3 Fabulous Mother And Baby Activities To Do Together

Posted on19. Mar, 2012 by .

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Sometimes you may wonder what to do with baby while it’s just you and her? Are there age and developmentally appropriate activities that mother and child can do together? You bet there are! Babies love getting out with their caregivers and seeing the world outside of their own home regardless of their age. Here are […]

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What to Expect at Your Postpartum Check-Up

Posted on14. Mar, 2012 by .

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After you deliver your child, you will then be seen by your doctor or midwife anywhere from 4-6 weeks postpartum to ensure that you are healing correctly from your labor. If you delivered via C-section, then you will be seen sooner than the 4-6 weeks so that the doctor can examine your incision to correctly […]

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Choosing A Guardian For Your Child

Posted on09. Mar, 2012 by .

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Although it may be something that you’d rather not think about, choosing someone to be your child’s guardian in case something happens to you is a very important decision to make. And it’s one that shouldn’t be dealt with lightly but, rather, one that you and your partner make collectively and with much attention to detail. Here […]

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4 Ways To Cope With Postpartum Depression

Posted on07. Mar, 2012 by .

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Having a new baby around can be extremely overwhelming. Some families adjust effortlessly while others need some help settling into their routine which now includes a brand new baby. With all this change happening, postpartum depression can set in for some new moms. Postpartum depression is not something that should be taken lightly. It’s a […]

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4 Ways To Keep The Romance Alive With A Newborn

Posted on29. Feb, 2012 by .

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Perhaps romance is the last thing on your mind after you’ve just gotten settled with your newborn. But that doesn’t mean you should forget about how you and your partner came to having this baby in the first place. No one likes to be neglected or have their needs pushed to the side, so keeping […]

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