Moving in Pregnancy for a Better Birth

We have families ask us all the time, “what can I do to prepare for birth?” Preparing for birth involves so much more than a birth plan, it involves eating well when you can, exercise, your support system, a

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Let's Talk About the Four Month Sleep Regression

The four month sleep regression! Parenting seems to go something like this… your baby starts to become familiar to you, you develop a system and then suddenly it’s not applicable anymore and you have to figure what your baby’s new schedule will be.

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Ways to Get Labor Going

So you have reached that point in your pregnancy where you need or want to get things going and you are wondering what your options are? While we as Doulas cannot prescribe or specifically recommend anything we can tell you what might help get your labor going.

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Lactation Support for Winchester Families

Did you know that we now offer Lactation Services for families all over Loudoun, Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley?

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Twins on the Way?

Expecting one baby is a big transition for your family, whether it is your first or second child. Expecting multiples can be a whole different ball game!

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The Moment You First Meet Your Baby

Birth photography covers those moments of labor, of calm, of laughter, of question, it captures it all. The journey of the day you became parents to this particular baby will forever be captured and stored as a precious memory to visually look back on.

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Berryville Breastfeeding Support Options

During pregnancy, much of the focus is on a birth plan, preparing for the baby such as clothes, a crib and baby registry, a good prenatal provider, OB and Birth Doula.  The focus is often on the birth and baby stuff

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What to Do When Your Baby Hates Swaddling

You've been told swaddling is the thing to do! "swaddle the baby and they'll love it" but your baby seems to hate it. "when they are fussy, swaddle them and they will calm down." but your baby seems to get angrier when you try to swaddle them to calm them. 


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Postpartum Doulas, Newborn Care Specialists, Night Nannies and more

Coming home with a little one is full of feelings of excitement, joy, maybe some concern, most likely lots of questions and the desire to make those early days and nights easier! This whole parenting thing can be tough, but is so much easier with an extra set of hands by your side through the days and nights.

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