3 Ways To Find Comfort When Your Baby Is In The NICU

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3 Ways To Find Comfort When Your Baby Is In The NICU

Posted on04. Dec, 2012 by .

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When your child is in the NICU it can be a very emotional time for your family. It’s incredibly hard on your entire family both mentally and physically when your baby is born prematurely. The questions, the not knowing what’s in store, and the time spent in the hospital can take a toll on those […]

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3 Ways To Get Your Pets Ready For A New Baby

Posted on14. Nov, 2012 by .

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For those of us who have pets, they are really like an extended and integral part of our family. We care for them like they were our own children and we want nothing more than for them to be happy and well-adjusted when the new baby arrives. While some pets will take to the newest […]

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4 Postpartum Symptoms To Expect After You Deliver

Posted on01. Oct, 2012 by .

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As if having a baby wasn’t enough, you’re not done, mama. There’s still the postpartum part of delivering your child that you need to be concerned with. If this is your first child then you may not be aware of what to fully expect once you bring your bundle of joy home. Fear not, though. […]

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6 Super Sneaky Ways To Get Your Pre-Baby Body Back

Posted on21. Sep, 2012 by .

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Getting back to your shape after giving birth varies for all moms. Some of us bounce right back in a matter of weeks while others are still dieting a year later. Instead of making it a big production, tricking your body back to its pre-baby shape is a great way to go. You won’t have […]

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4 Things No One Tells A New Mom

Posted on05. Sep, 2012 by .

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As a new mother, you have enough on your plate as it is, never mind hearing she-said he-said advice from others. However, it’s important to point out some things that those closest to you may have overlooked while they were endlessly handing out baby advice when you were pregnant. Here are four things you might […]

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Recovering From A C-Section: What To Expect

Posted on15. Aug, 2012 by .

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Recovering from a C-section isn’t like recovering from a vaginal delivery. There is a lot more caution to be had in your recovery and you’ll likely be in more discomfort for a little while longer than if you were to have delivered your baby vaginally. Recovery from any major event is always easier if you […]

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3 Ways To Help With Healing After A Vaginal Delivery

Posted on13. Aug, 2012 by .

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Delivering a baby is hard work, there’s no argument there. But you may be wondering how the healing happens in the days and weeks following your labor and delivery. Your body has a great healing process it goes through after labor and delivery but that doesn’t mean you won’t be sore from the ordeal. Here […]

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3 Common Reasons Babies Cry And How You Can Help Soothe Them

Posted on01. Aug, 2012 by .

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It’s never any fun to see your baby crying and uncomfortable. And sometimes we don’t always understand exactly why they’re crying, rather we just assume there’s a simple fix to the noise and unhappiness. But that’s not always the case. Here are three reasons why our babies may be crying and what we can do […]

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4 Ways To Love Your Post-Baby Body

Posted on21. May, 2012 by .

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It’s easy to feel like your body will be not your own after you’ve delivered your child. But, trust me, that’s not the case. Your body just went through some major changes, don’t forget that it did create, grow, and nourish a human being for nine months. That warrants some huge body overhauling if you […]

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Caring For Your Baby’s Umbilical Cord Stump

Posted on14. May, 2012 by .

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Sometimes it can be tricky if this is your first baby. You bring your bundle of joy home from the hospital – that’s life changing enough as it is – but now you also have to care and look out for their umbilical cord stump. Not sure how to do that? No problem, here’s some […]

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