How Do I Know If My Baby Is Getting Enough Milk With Each Feed?

An important question many new moms find themselves asking… is my baby getting enough milk? And this IS an important question to be asking. Today we will talk about some ways to find answers to this question.

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Benefits of a Postpartum Planning Session for Postpartum Recovery

Postpartum planning is so important. We spend a lot of time in pregnancy preparing specifically for the BIRTH and the BABY. We hire birth Doulas, we write birth plans, we find the best OB or Midwife, we find a pediatrician, we get all these baby clothes, we focus on bringing the baby home and birthing them.

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Breastfeeding Support Group in Winchester, VA

Virginia is for Doulas fully supports all parenting choices, we support you non-judgementally in the parenting philosophy that fits your family’s needs best. Through that part of what we do is offer a breastfeeding support group that is open to expecting parents, those who are breastfeeding their babies, pumping for their babies or doing mixed feeding.

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VBAC Support Group for Winchester and the Shenandoah Valley

Virginia is for Doulas is beyond thrilled to bring you our cesarean/vbac support group to the Winchester area! We want families who are considering or planning a VBAC to have a safe, open place to discuss VBAC options and find support along the way.

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When it Comes to Our Postpartum Support, What Can You Expect?

Virginia is for Doulas began in 2015 with excellence in mind. We are comprised of team members that have been serving families anywhere from 3-9 years as postpartum specialists with several hundreds of hours of postpartum doula support under their belt.

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Why We Adore Attending Births at Culpeper Medical Center

There are many birthing options for families in the Warrenton, Culpeper, Rixeyville and surrounding areas, but The Family Birthing Center at Culpeper Medical Center is by far one of our top choices!

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Introducing a Pacifier to your Baby

Introducing a pacifier to your baby is not always an easy take! Some babies take a few tries to take it and some need to be given help as they learn to keep it in their mouth.

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Sleep hacks for the fourth month sleep regression

 So, your baby was a great sleeper and then all of the sudden, they started waking up constantly, you tried feeding them, rocking them, and before you know it a month or two has gone by and there are still constant wake ups.

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