Share this post Nutrition in Pregnancy My name is Amanda and I am going to take you on a tour of nutrition in pregnancy and how they can have a positive influence on your bodies and babies! What a wonderful
Share this post Breastfeeding Rates in the United States of America: Our Largest Public Health Issue By- Holley Freeman Breastfeeding is the normative standard for mammals, including we humans. Breastfeeding is not “better than” anything else- it just is.
Share this postEvery May is International Doula Month. It is a time to celebrate the dedication it takes to be a doula and a postpartum doula, and the significant benefits these professions offer women. Doulas and postpartum doulas make a
Share this post Feel in Control of Your Labor, in Water You set up the candles, grab a book or (and!) a glass of wine, splash some bath salts or essential oils into the water, turn off the lights and
Share this post 30 Uses for Aromatherapy During Your Fourth Trimester Essential oils can be an appropriate, effective and safe way to treat many of the ailments that families face after birth. With correct use and safety precautions, they can
Share this post The Lifelong Immunologic Impact of Breastfeeding Ashley Worthen One of the greatest concerns of new parents is the health of their newborn child, and rightly so. These tiny new bodies are at greater risk of severe complications
Share this post A Birthing World For many people that may think they are not involved in the “birth world,” they may have little or no concern for the actual process of birth. In actuality, birth surrounds everyone, everyday.
Share this post PLACENTA THERAPY Shianne Pineda is a Doula, Breasfeeding educator, Certified Belly Binder and is currently working towards placenta encapcelation certification. What’s with all the placenta talk?! If your a fan of celebrity blogs, reality T.V or even
Share this post Benefits of movement during childbirth The benefits of movement during childbirth can be highly beneficial to the mother and baby during labor. The mother with or without an epidural can and should be able to move during
Share this post Doula Care for the Modern Woman Hospitals in the north east Ohio area are seeing an increase in the use of doulas in the delivery room. Prenatal women are choosing to hire doulas, because they recognize the