Posts tagged virginia doula
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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Settling in Once You Arrive At the Hospital in Labor

You park and finally make it to the labor and delivery room doors and you sit ( or stand if you’re laboring intensely) to check in! Maybe you have a Doula there helping you manage contractions while your partner checks you in and helps you answer the questions. She occasionally rubs your back or applies counter pressure to keep you comfortable while you manage between the excitement and questions.

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Morning Sickness Hacks for Surviving the First Trimester

Well, first let’s get this cleared up, morning sickness is more like… all day… night time… anytime of day… sickness that some how ended up termed “ morning sickness”. 70-80% of expecting people experience morning sickness in their first trimester (first 12 weeks) of pregnancy!

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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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