Am I Making Enough? Common Concerns About Breastfeeding

Am I Making Enough? Common Concerns About Breastfeeding

If you are worried about how to tell if your newborn baby is getting enough milk while breastfeeding, we share the two most reliable signs that you are doing just fine! We also talk about some of the most common questions we get about breastfeeding in the early weeks.

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Understanding Your Bishop Score

Understanding Your Bishop Score

If you are considering starting your labor by induction, your doctor or midwife might mention your Bishop Score to you. This score is a way for them to decide how ready your body is for labor, if it makes sense to try to start an induction now, and what medications they might use to start out.

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Beating Cabin Fever: Indoor Play for Older Siblings with a Newborn at Home

Beating Cabin Fever: Indoor Play for Older Siblings with a Newborn at Home

Worried about beating the winter blues with toddlers and preschoolers while you are pregnant or nursing a newborn? Here are our favorite indoor spots that feature enclosed play areas that allow older (but still little!) siblings to run off some steam while you can kick back and relax a little bit.

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Understanding the NICU

Understanding the NICU

The NICU can seem like a mysterious place if you haven't been there before. Here is some information about the NICU in honor of Prematurity Awareness Month to help dispel some of the mystery, and help you figure out life with a preemie in the NICU.

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How Do Doulas & Midwives Work Together?

How Do Doulas & Midwives Work Together?

Have you ever wondered what the difference is between a midwife and a doula, and if you could benefit from both on your team? Here we dispel some myths, and talk about the ways that midwives and doulas work together to provide your growing family with complete care.

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