Posts in Postpartum Recovery
What you need to know about sleep shaping

Sleep shaping is one of our favorite tools to help new families while we help them as Postpartum Doulas or as they adjust to life with a newborn. We have spoken a lot about normal newborn sleep patterns, what to expect in your first few weeks with a newborn. Life with a newborn can be challenging and full of unknowns, but when parents have a better idea of what to expect and how to be better prepared.

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How Winchester Families are Getting Sleep with a Newborn

Understanding what to expect when it comes to babies, sleep and the first few months of parenting is key to not feeling overwhelmed or like you are doing something wrong. I think the most common questions new parents get about their baby is, “How are they sleeping?”. Most of society has forgotten what it is like with a newborn or that most babies (basically 99%) of them sleep like normal healthy newborns when you first bring them home.

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Our Top 3 Must Dos for New Parents

Becoming a new parent is often largely focused on the baby, and we want to enjoy babies and focus on them, but we want to share our top three must dos for new parents to not for get about YOU.

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Newborn Routines: How to Get Your Daytime Routine and Schedule Set Up

Not all families want a routine or a schedule with their new baby when they arrive, if you do want a routine, read on! Getting your baby on a schedule and setting a routine that works for your family, can be wonderful. A schedule for your newborn can make life more predictable and give you a chance to get more done with your time and rest easy with some predictability.

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Support for After your Baby Arrives

Resting after your baby arrives might seem impossible, but experts such as Postpartum & Infant Care Doulas or Newborn Care Specialists can help you achieve all of your goals. Yes, all of them!

Keeping the house organized, pumping, breastfeeding, getting sleep, and being emotionally healthy after your baby arrives are of the utmost importance to you, and us.

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Placenta Encapsulation for Front Royal Families

We spend a lot of time preparing for the birth of our babies, we pick an amazing care provider, a birthing location, a doula, a whole nursery set up, a birth plan and baby clothes, preparing for postpartum recovery, could use more attention. Becoming parents, is not always easy, it is a big transition that needs grace, support, and patience

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How to Help a Family with a New Baby

We all get so excited when the new baby has arrived, we want to go meet this new baby and snuggle them and ask all the questions about the baby. What can you do that will be helpful for this new family AND allow you to soak in the new baby snuggles?

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Guest Post by Valley Pelvic Health: Bringing Sexy Back

Let’s go there and I mean “down there”. We all know having a baby is a miracle, but boy does it take a toll on our bodies. Let’s chat about 4 common postpartum issues that are related to the pelvic floor.

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Postpartum Recovery: How to Handle Sore Nipples While Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is natural, but let's be honest "natural" does not mean walk in the park all of the time. Breastfeeding comes with challenges physically, such as exhaustion form energy output, sore or cracked/bleeding nipples, inverted nipples,

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