Posts in Parenting
Sleep Coach for Winchester, Va Families

We have all reached that point in parenting where we have asked, " when should my baby be sleeping better?" and your pediatrician might respond, well, now, they should be sleeping better now. You sink a little in disappointment, your baby is now 5 months old and they are still waking up every 1- 2 hours or not going down as expected.

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What to Expect: My Firs Week With A New Baby

Welcome to our What to Expect series on pregnancy, birth, parenting and beyond! For our first post, we want to chat about what to expect in your first week with a newborn!

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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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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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What's Next for Front Royal Families?

Since the announcement of the closing of the L&D at Warren Memorial, families in Front Royal need to know what their prenatal support options are and what they can expect for current and future pregnancies.

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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: 3 Tips to Pick the Best Newborn Photographer

Let’s face it – the photography market is an abundant one these days, and it can be hard to find a high quality, experienced newborn photographer.  

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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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ACOG Updates Cord Clamping Guidelines

Delayed Cord Clamping was not standard in all hospitals and parents had to request it be done after the delivery of their newborn. However, new guidelines released by the American Congress of Obstetrics and Gynecology (ACOG) on delayed cord clamping

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