What Makes You Different?

  • August 17, 2017

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Benefits of Babywearing

  • August 9, 2017

Benefits of Babywearing There are a number of reasons why we babywear, here are a few below: First of all, what freedom to have your arms back! Babies who are worn cry less Ditch the stroller, making it easier to travel and grocery shop Effortless bonding with baby Safer for child to be strapped in a carrier then on the hip (falls, child abduction) Parents can keep the baby warm I would encourage parents to give babywearing a try. Its cozy and your baby is close to you.  Everyone is different and there is a carrier out there for everyone. What carrier do you think would...

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Giving Birth Upright.

  • August 1, 2017

When you think of a woman giving birth, you imagine her lying on her back and pushing her baby out with great difficulty. Out of all the positions you can think of, giving birth standing up, walking, or squatting is not what usually comes to your mind. Humans have tried many different positions, and lying down is a relatively new position. Throughout history, you can see depictions of women giving birth upright – holding on to other people as support, using a pile of bricks as a birthing stool, or holding on to ropes hung from trees. As the process of giving birth moved from homes to hospitals,...

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Studies Indicate Sperm Counts Declined

  • July 31, 2017

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Why should you wear your baby?

  • July 19, 2017

Why should you wear your baby?   Natural Instinct Babywearing adheres to our biological nature Babies are born with the natural grasping reflex to cling to their mothers. Babywearing fulfills this natural instinct .     Lowers Incidence of Illness Studies have shown that babywearing is linked to lowering the incidence of SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), behavioral disorders and postpartum depression in mothers   Advances Social Development Infants are physically closer to people and intimately involved in their caregiver's environment....

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The Saftey of 3D Ultrasound

  • July 13, 2017

Safety and 3D Ultrasound. Is 3D ultrasound safe? I asked myself the very same questions when I was first considering this business, and as a certified doula in my province, I am naturally skeptical of a lot of modern practices and technology, so I did a fair bit of research on the subject, trying to remain as unbiased as I could. The main concerns historically about ultrasound have been about two physiological effects that have been demonstrated from the procedure. One is from an increase in temperature in the tissues, and the other is from the physiological effects of the actual...

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Benefits of the Vernix Caseosa During Pregnancy and Delivery

  • June 28, 2017

Labor and delivery is a time of mixed emotions. You may be scared and nervous. Some women describe birth as the worst imaginable pain. But rest assured, those feelings will be forgotten the moment you lay eyes on your newborn. The minutes after the birth of a baby can seem like a blur. Mothers and babies enjoy a little cuddle time and skin-to-skin contact, but it isn’t long before a nurse scoops away newborns to check their weight, body temperature, and the circumference of their head. It's also not uncommon for newborns to be bathed soon after birth, often within the first two hours. A bath...

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Bouncing Back After Baby

  • June 27, 2017

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The Most Popular Baby Names for 2017

  • June 27, 2017

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Little Ones Think Yogurt is Suncream

  • June 27, 2017

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