Posts tagged classes
Dreading the Transition Back to Work

Some women are whisked back to work after a few short weeks and other new moms have several months! Regardless how long your maternity leave is, most of us have to head back to work eventually and it's definitely not fun.

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Navigating Your Induction Birth

Induction might be intimidating with all its medical lingo and your nerves running frantically, but your labor doula is here to make sure everything stays on track to encourage your baby's healthy arrival. Induction birth often comes with many questions.

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What's Up With These Braxton Hicks Contractions?

You might experience contractions of your uterus and as your body gears up for birth that will occur more often. These are known as Braxton Hicks contractions. This sensation is quite literally your uterus "working out" to prepare it's muscles for birth.

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Bringing Home Your Second Baby

Getting your home perfect and prepared to bring home baby is stressful, even if this isn't your first time introducing a baby to your space. Having your second child with a growing little one at home isn't for the faint of heart.

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Dads: You Have A Baby on The Way

You've received the exciting news that a baby is on the way! Maybe you're a mix of excited, nervous, cautious, and ready to go all out. All of those feelings are okay! This is a big transition and while you are not growing the baby, you'll be there the whole time as your partner's main support person.

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Why Do I Still Look Pregnant?

These changes are normal. After you are cleared for exercise postpartum you can begin to build your work out routine up again. However, there is something we also recommend considering to help your postpartum body recover:

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Comfort Measures for Labor Class

Prepare for your birth, your way! Are you looking for a fantastic childbirth class to help you and your partner prepare for your birth? Look no further, our comfort measures for labor class will blow you away. Put the fun back in preparing for the birth you want. Tiffany, a birth doula of four years has been teaching childbirth education since 2012.

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